Kavanaugh nomination: how the Left brandishes extremism

Originally posted on Churchmouse Campanologist:
Yesterday’s post was about the Kavanaugh nomination and ritual defamation. Ritual defamation is a term coined by Laird Wilcox, who researches political fringe movements and is the founder of The Wilcox Collection of Contemporary Political Movements, in the Kansas Collection of Kenneth Spencer Research Library at the University of Kansas.…

Was it theft, or acceptable creative borrowing?

Many years ago, I watched one of those court shows. In it, a young girl in her teens was suing an established author. I believe the girl had won a contest (sponsored perhaps by the author) and won mentoring from this lady author. The girl sued the author because the author ended up writing the […]

Inspiration: Advice from the Beatles

I once read an article about the Beatles- an interview with Paul McCartney. He said that at first when they were starting out, their songwriting wasn’t very good. But because they loved it, they stayed with it. After awhile they became quite good at songwriting! (Ya think?) When the Beatles were at their height of popularity, […]

I GUESS THERE ARE SOME THINGS MONEY CAN’T BUY…

True Story: An acquaintance said she heard someone pounding on her front door… she didn’t say knocking, she said ‘pounding!’ She went to answer it and a determined woman was there who demanded, “Where on earth did you get your mail box? I’ve been looking all over for the past 2 days and I can’t […]

Beware of The Grinch in YOU!

The Grinch may be closer to you than you realize, whispering crazy things like how you NEED this or that! All the while, he pretends he is a fictional green creature in a cartoon… Many of us have a little bit of the Grinch inside who takes over not only Christmas, but every good thing we can […]