Monthly Archives: June 2013

On Argument and Why Men Should Never Show Their Legs in Public

“He that complies against his will, is of his own opinion still”1 Argument is an intrinsic part of our interaction with other creatures. The first recorded argument is found in the book of Genesis, Chapter 3: 1 Now the serpent … Continue reading

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Song: Holy Spirit, Pray for Me

Holy Spirit Pray for me Sing a song though I can neither hear nor see Say the words that lift me to eternity Holy Spirit Pray for me Holy Spirit Lead the way Show me everything God has for me … Continue reading

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Is Television Good or Bad For American Society?

Gin thu neuere leuen alle monnis spechen, Ne alle the thinge that thu herest singen; You must never believe all that men say, nor all the things you hear sung. (Alfred, 1907) As individuals living in the twenty-first century, we … Continue reading

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My Testimony

I would like to begin by quoting from the book of Romans , Chapter 7 and verse twenty one. “So I find this law at work: When I want to do good, evil is right there with me. For in … Continue reading

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The Bill of Rights at Home and Abroad

In our post-republic era, much is made of the U.S. Constitution and its accompanying Bill of Rights, even though it is clear that the government and the courts rely less and less upon their unconditional application, and more upon political … Continue reading

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Doing Drugs in High School

Greetings fellow students! Louis Rose here, Class of ’71. Sorry I’m forty years late. Maybe they’ll write me a pass. I want to tell you about the drugs I used at Sleepy Hollow. I never planned to use drugs, it … Continue reading

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