Watching the videos of a street preacher being harassed, wrestled to the ground and dragged in the Seattle Antifa-controlled “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone,” is confirmation of just how your freedoms of speech and religion will be handled under militant leftist groups if they are allowed authority. Under the claim of being anti-fascist, they are fascist.…

Read More

We are living in a culture where activist shout down, try to cancel out, and label people who don’t agree with them. For example, anyone who believes that black people should be treated equally and fairly in society, cannot possibly support President Trump. Recently, a former professional football player said that those who support Trump,…

Read More

It was sometime in April 1968 and Dad and I were headed home from another horse-buying mission at Oscar McWilliam’s ranch near Sedalia, Missouri. By that time, the by-pass around St. Louis was complete, but the signage was tricky. We missed it and took the main street through the city. Below the bridge over the…

Read More

On my office wall is a team picture of the TC Williams 1971 Virginia State AAA Football Champions signed by most of the members of the team. They were thrust into the highly charged racial environment with forced integration of three rival schools and a hotbed of violence that erupted in Alexandria, Va., after the…

Read More

The Old Gray Lady, AKA, The New York Times, continues its downward spiral with fake news and editorializing passed off as news. It is now surfacing that the story the NYT wrote that the Bush family—the former president and his brother—were not going to vote for the reelection of President Trump is patently false, made…

Read More

I suffer from a mild form of prosopagnosia, also known as face blindness. For as long as I can remember, I have had trouble consistently recognizing faces. There were times in my career that I would have to take high ranking politicians around a room and introduce them to people I had only met minutes…

Read More

A comprehensive Harvard study of police data indicates that police are less likely to use lethal force against black civilians, but target black civilians with non-lethal force at a significantly higher percentage than with white suspects. The study of a 15-year period on police data regarding racial differences is contained in AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF…

Read More

As Dad was getting on in years, breaking horses became a bit more challenging. After his champion stallion died of old age around 1986, Dad wanted to always have a horse project, a horse he could just hop on in the morning and ride around the farm. He had a fancy for Appaloosas even though…

Read More

Over the past week, there have been a lot of comments coming to my in-box about race, racism, the problem, how to fix it, or just that it is not a problem. Opening dialogue on this issue is a good thing. I stand with Galatians 3:28, “There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither…

Read More

President Trump holding a Bible in front of the rioter-torched St. John’s Episcopal Church across from the White House has sparked a riot of words. Democratic Party leaders trashed the president for hypocrisy—once again accusing another of exactly their own actions. But the faith community also piled on Trump, as the Bishop of the Episcopal…

Read More