I read an interesting article about preparing for an emergency in the Wall Street Journal today. Here’s a link to it, although you may not be able to read the entire thing unless you have a subscription. The tail end of the article is reproduced in italics below:
A friend re-posted something from Heather Cox Richardson recently. The comment suggested that “… someone needs to take Leadership 101.” Here’s the story — you can follow the link if you want to read the whole thing. I encourage you to read it, so you’ll understand what follows here.
I came across this link from PragerU today in my Facebook feed.
“If there is no God, murder isn’t wrong. You may think it’s wrong, but how do you know it’s wrong? Without God, all morality is mere opinion.”
As I’m accustomed to do, I paused and thought about that for a moment. And it really began to irritate me.
I have grown weary of watching the illogical people of the world as they buzz to and fro, talking and writing, saying very little with very many words. That’s OK, I suppose — we all do that sometimes. [In fact, maybe I’m doing it now. Bear with me, please.]
And it can’t stay that way. I understand the need to flatten the curve, but we will all starve to death slowly if we let the economy destroy itself. Sooner or later, we have to get back to work.
Yes, a lot of people are going to die. But ya know what? A lot of people were going to die this year. They still are. Life is fatal. We are all going to die.
On the Equality of Men and Women
Long, long ago, in a faraway land, a young Shaolin monk named Kwai Chang Caine was troubled about the notion of “equality.” He had heard many people say that we are all equal, yet he saw differences that made him wonder about that. So, he requested an audience with Master Po, the wisest man he knew.
This highlights the insanity of Massachusetts gun laws with a bit of satire.
First post. I am disgusted by the way the liberal media is piling on to our President. If they had pursued Hillary Clinton with one tenth as much ferocity as this, she’d be wearing prison stripes right now.