“If I could hear, my mother pray again, if I could hear, her tender voice as then. How glad I’d be, would mean so much to me, if I could hear my mother, pray again.”- Old Gospel Hymn “If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again” I have a confession to make. I love Rush Limbaugh’s […]
In the shadow of Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, a spiritual sickness flourishes. Courtesy of the Jefferson Madison Regional Library (JMRL) system and the Charlottesville National Organization for Women, library patrons and their children are being exposed to a panopoly of explicit sexual practices placed alongside a provocative array of abortion desensitization and normalization propaganda. All who enter […]
The difference, it would appear, is in first things.
The need for public spaces — parks, libraries, and the like — is and should be a common feature of a republican landscape.