The Saker writes; 'Today I am going to touch upon a subject which frankly saddens me, but which I cannot ignore, if only because so many others have also noticed this and asked me about it: what in the world is really wrong with Russia Today and Sputnik (RT&Sp)?!'
RT is one of my three for headlines and another half-dozen, bother . . .
Strengths overdone are our weaknesses. Exemplified in some. Donald Trump a classic. Redeemable stands on the way to Prezville firmly pushed over into crashing error. The basis for this, is fantasy about the world. With 'faith' and corresponding baggage. For better or worse, for richer or...? Makes what odds?
Don't particularly . . .
In Bush junior's late period, natter among Govt. high-ups wasn't kind toward conservative evangelicals. Anecdotal evidence came out eavesdropping the lowdown. How 'they smile in your face/all the time they want to take your place/the back stabbers'.
White House visits pleased neo-con-ish Christian's snug with Jesus in . . .
BBC unveils George Orwell in bronze, outside their fake-news outpost. How post... modern of them. Especially considering the quote;
The quotation is from a proposed preface to Animal Farm, which was never used: "If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear."
Jennings says . . .
What I like so much about the Bible is it fits and especially to those in trouble. Why like so much. For instance, having material and/or possibly social disadvantages, downtrodden -- in luck or otherwise -- is yet, a blessed opportunity. Low us becomes a form of exalted. Where failure becomes an entrance, humility the highest virtue.
And . . .
Think it's important errors are admitted. Easy to pretend to forget, said blah-blah-blah and got it wrong. And, would we ever... get to drop, the false, off the flag?
Wondered if we'd ever see this and an altogether genuine looking stand-alone terror-able. No question. At least with less bells that we cannot pretend . . .
Uncontrolling Love: Essays Exploring the Love of God, with Introductions by Thomas Jay Oord.
Told someone would review this while specifically asking they not re-tweet or what have you, conceivably signposting TS among the open theist crowd.
Put in sufficient effort and discipline might likely warrant passing on in making some reasonably . . .