The Caterpillar that did not Die in Vain: A Progressive Parable

When I picked up my daughter Katherine from school the other afternoon, her class was on the playground. From a distance, I noticed that she and a number of her preschool classmates were huddled around something. There was so much shrieking and hullabaloo that at first I wondered whether the throb band One Direction was […]

When Media Tragedy Overtakes the Man in the Mirror

I know a man whose job exposed him so constantly to the abominations and dark recesses of the human heart that one day he looked in the mirror and could no longer recognize himself… There are thoughts inside me that I have wanted to open up for public consideration for some time.  However, each time […]

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