Masking Madness

Re-blogging here to share an encouraging piece by Michelle Malkin. As an individual opposed to wearing a mask anywhere (for lack of any substantive immunological reason to do so), I was pleased to read there’s some progress happening at State levels, where good folks are standing up to Democrat governors and their unconstitutional (and clearly political)… Continue reading Masking Madness

Fear Not

Faith is the bird that feels the light and sings when the dawn is still dark.Rabindranath Tagore Everywhere I go I’m astonished by the level of fear on people’s faces.  Even behind masks, you can see it in people’s eyes. Last week, as I was walking along a sidewalk in front of a grocery store,… Continue reading Fear Not

Back to Work, School and Life

Hugely important and relevant stuff here, especially if you find yourself paralysed by fear these days. I recently watched a fascinating video of two California emergency doctors, talking about their clinical experiences in dealing with a medical community consumed with COVID-19 these past two or three months. The speakers were Dr. Dan Erikson and Dr.… Continue reading Back to Work, School and Life

Keep on Home Schooling

With so many school-aged children at home these days due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I’m hoping many parents will consider continuing to home school their precious sons and daughters after the health risks of the virus have receded.  That’s my goal with this post. Melissa and I home schooled our children for seven years.  We… Continue reading Keep on Home Schooling