Month: August 2019

College sure has changed, and I think that might be a good thing

College sure has changed, and I think that might be a good thing

This past Friday, I participated in a community fair for incoming freshmen at the college I allegedly attended 31 years ago, Georgia Southwestern. (I’m told I have a record there, though I’m not sure if it’s in the administration building or with campus police.) I was there to promote The Fuller Center for Housing, where these new students could put in some volunteer hours or just serve their community — here at home or around the world. I was advertising […]

Since we can’t agree on guns, can we just get everyone to #BeBest?

Since we can’t agree on guns, can we just get everyone to #BeBest?

It looks like the new fad in America — at least for white men (and boys) — is to take your guns and rifles to the store to scare a bunch of folks or kill a bunch of folks. Once someone is stocking up on ammo and body armor while ranting in online forums about the evils of Jews, Hispanics, blacks, the IRS, cops or whomever, there’s not much you can do for them. They’ve already fallen off the deep […]