*The Surgeon General of Florida—according to published reports--posts some unpopular medical information on the Wuhan Virus (Covid 19) to a social media account and is banned from doing so because his ‘information’ does not ‘fit’ the popular media narrative. Regardless of whether he eventually gets his account access back, the damage has been done.
*Parents—who are the REAL authorities over their OWN children—are held to be a threat to the very school systems and scho
“But evil men shall wax worse and worse, deceiving and being deceived.”
--II Timothy 3:13 KJV
“Give advice: IF people don’t listen, let adversity teach them.”
One of the best quotes I heard to sum up modern liberals comes from Dr. Thomas Sowell, in his description of social justice. According to Sowell: “Envy plus rhetoric equals “Social Justice”. Think of this the next time someone (or something) gets ‘cancelled’ by the ‘woke’ generation. People are sooooo envious of an
“While the white reds (Communists) were renting apartments and sub-letting them to Negroes to stir up racial bitterness and hate such as existed in Stuyvesant Town, in New York City, they carefully avoided living in a Negro community.”
--Manning Johnson, Author
There is such non-stop silliness happening in our current society that I wanted to retreat to a simpler time of writing. Back in the days of in-person school when the children first got back from their vacation they had to share—in essay form--with their teacher and classmates what they had experienced (and hopefully learned) during their time off.
Of course, with much of society growling and snapping at each other like the counselors and the waiters from the classic tune “Hello Mudd
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