My not so good, not quite terrible day

The other day I woke up early, a not uncommon occurrence, and flipped on the news. The weather reporter said it was "dense" fog. (dense fog here means less than half a mile visibility. I can remember foggy days in my youth where you could hardly see more than a few yards. Dense is subjective.) … Continue reading My not so good, not quite terrible day

Winds of Desperation – Chap 14

Chap. 14 Monday morning brought a return to the mundane world.  After the chaos of the previous week and a long weekend spent delving into the supernatural world, the return was almost welcome.  If only it didn’t involve insurance paperwork.  Star glared at the forms she had down loaded from the insurance company’s site.  “I … Continue reading Winds of Desperation – Chap 14

Parents Have a Fundamental Right to Know What Schools Are Teaching! — The Family Foundation Blog – The Family Foundation

Should parents be barred from providing input on the kinds of curriculum a school offers their children?   This has been an important question for Virginians over the years, and certainly the past sixteen months, as school boards across the state have become the epicenter for parents opposed to teachings incorporating the core tenets of “Critical … Continue reading Parents Have a Fundamental Right to Know What Schools Are Teaching! — The Family Foundation Blog – The Family Foundation

Reblog – What I Saw at My Son’s Middle-School Orientation

BRINKMAN: Sex and Revolution: Middle School Orientation Day, 2021Ideological Propaganda Adorns the Walls of a Northern Virginia Public School by Nathan Brinkman By now, most of us have probably lost count of stories about the culture wars being waged in our nation’s public schools. Whether it’s footage of school boards mired in debates over the … Continue reading Reblog – What I Saw at My Son’s Middle-School Orientation