Paul Griffith

We seem, ever more, to loosen the intellectual bonds that define a Christian life. Now, Paul Griffith has been forced out at Duke Divinity School for putting his priorities as a Christian scholar (of no small repute, by the way) above that of political correctness.

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How to fire someone and not look back

From Kurt Schlicter on the firing of James Comey,

We always knew Donald Trump was brassy, but until he sent half-stepping ex-FBI Director James Comey packing, we didn’t know that his manparts were made of brass. You gotta be hardcore to step up to that sanctimonious tool, that Kasich-With-A-Badge, and cut him off at the knees in the face of the inevitable monsoon of fake news media panic, girlish Democrat howling, and sputtering Menschian Russianoia.


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Yay For Science

Even the best scientists recognize and accept new findings. Here we have Bill Nye before the latest scientific findings on Gender.

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Should This Be An Impeachable Offense?

In Today’s Washington Post:

Business the Trump Way

By the time he took office the President “was wealthy primarily because of real estate — renting and selling his vast holdings.” Interestingly, “his renters or purchasers could [and often did] include foreigners.” Moreover, even after taking office , “the president received constant reports from his nephew and subsequent managers and wrote to them at least monthly…”

Indeed, one letter written shortly before taking office deserves scrutiny given the current debate surrounding presidential emoluments. It now turns out that the President wrote to a United Kingdom official, Arthur Young, asking whether he (Mr. Young) had connections with people who might be interested in business opportunities. More interestingly, as reported in the Washington Post today, the President asked that their correspondence be kept strictly private writing that “in the opinion of others, there [may] be impropriety” in this solicitation.

Question: Does “the Constitution limit a president’s management of, or benefit from, his existing business ventures.”?

Read the entire article if you care about what’s happening to this country.

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