Beware Det. Drebin’s March, O Trump-assassinating ‘Julius Caesar’ Troupe

How tasteless, spiteful, and gruesomely distorted of soul can progressives get? Don't answer that! Please! But, here's something scooped up from a few miles along the path. Via Newsmax, this (or if you're familiar with this news, just scroll to the end): The New York Times on Monday stated that it would continue as sponsor of New York Public Theater's production of "Julius Caesar," despite a social uprising … [Read more...]

40 Days with Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Subscribe with Me?

He may have been given us even more for the 21st Century than for the 20th. I remember reading his book, as vital here and now as it was in Germany in 1937, The Cost of Discipleship. I caught it in snippets riding busses and el-trains back and forth from northwest Chicago to Oak Park. At twenty-three, I was fresh out of school and trying to make a living during the post-Carter recession, trying my hand at the … [Read more...]