The weeds needed pulling. Branches needed trimming. Dishes and silverware had piled up on the sink board. Books, papers, and crayons—the grandchildren were visiting—littered the dining room table and needed to be stowed away before supper.
Yet there I sat …READ MORE
We’re almost through Pride Month. While many aspects of this “celebration” come off as tasteless at best, what’s truly sickening about it is the indoctrination efforts this event directs toward young children.
Public libraries, where drag queen story hours and …READ MORE
It must be hard to be a father today.
Providing, protecting, and guiding a child through life are hard enough tasks in a normal world. But throw in an environment where:
I was driving down the freeway the other day when I did a double take at a billboard rising from the side of the road. It’s blaring message read, “40% of white kids in MN can’t read either (at grade …READ MORE
The state of Florida is making a lot of waves lately, and the recent announcement that 41 percent of potential mathematics textbooks and materials were rejected by the Florida Department of Education is no exception. Critics responded with dismay, hinting …READ MORE
I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library.Jorge Luis Borges
From the bookmobile that used to park weekly on our street in tiny Boonville, North Carolina to the library stacks of my college and graduate …READ MORE