One of my fondest memories from college is of my History of the Reformation class meeting at my professor’s apartment. She would provide various treats
There are no political parties in heaven. The fires of faction didn’t rage in the pre-fall minds of Adam and Eve. There were no “hit pieces”
Primary/caucus voters and convention delegates should treat the oath of office as a litmus test for all presidential candidates. If a candidate couldn’t find the oath in the Constitution, then the candidate should not be nominated by a major party.
I’m grateful that we sang “Ah, Holy Jesus” tonight at Beckwith Hills. What a wonderful song. On Maundy Thursday, it’s especially helpful to meditate on the
Michael Barone, Senior Political Analyst for the Washington Examiner, analyzed the election returns in Iowa and Michigan, two states with a significant Dutch-American population. In Iowa