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‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’ Invites Everybody to be Better Neighbors

Posted by on Dec 1, 2019 in Movie Reviews | 0 comments

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is a movie for the whole family, and it’s another way to celebrate the impact and legacy of Fred Rogers. There isn’t enough kindness and empathy in our world today, so this story helps to fill that void just a little bit more. As younger audiences continue to be exposed to who Mister Rogers was, and why he’s essential, we’ll all be better off.

Train Wreck At Mark Penn Station

Posted by on Nov 26, 2019 in Christianity, Impeachment, Media, Politics, Polls | 0 comments

the amorality of a political consultant like Mark Penn seems startling in a nation that so prides itself for wearing its ideology on its sleeve. There are — seemingly –now only about two positions in the country: it’s a Dimmycrat PLOT against our Chosen One, else, Donald Trump committed bribery and extortion of a foreign leader beyond a treasonable doubt.


Posted by on Nov 24, 2019 in 2020 Presidential Election, Democracy, Family, Holidays, Religion, Society | 0 comments

Thanksgiving is my favorite ritual meal. The myth surrounding this celebration is uniquely American. Its sacraments are pluralism and tolerance of others. It contains the catechism of American democracy. For 364 days, we routinely stray from its principles, but for one day, one delicious day, we try our best to absorb its lessons by simply getting along with one another, and, if possible, reveling in one another’s idiosyncrasies.