Nobel Prize Overdue

I mentioned in a previous post how much I enjoy making the transition from sleep to fully awake most mornings by listening to National Public Radio’s Morning Edition. Several days ago, a [...]

Guardians of Morality

Full disclosure: I am a Judeo-Christian who struggles to profess, witness to, and worship Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior; and I also wrestle with how to serve all my brothers and sisters in [...]

Inappropriate Conflation

I rejoice with my Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) brothers and sisters now that the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has ruled same sex marriage is a [...]

Faithfully Remember the Past

Astute historians caution us about applying modern sensitivities to past cultures. For instance, we should not condemn the Roman Empire for its warlike proclivities, its version of slavery, and [...]

The End of the Beginning

My family owned a tailor shop in LaGrange, GA. My paternal grandfather, “Daddy Mike” Frosolono opened the shop in the 1920s. My father, Cecil Frosolono, and my paternal grandmother, [...]

Religious Freedom

Why do so many American Christians feel they are being persecuted as a result of the current furor over same sex marriage? The fervent “religious” opposition to same sex marriage and [...]

What’s Wrong With Our Educational System?

Public and private schools contributed to my formal education. My conservative brothers and sisters may insist that the public school experiences contaminated me and resulted in my liberalism on [...]

Teaching to the Test

Texas—where I live—and many other states place great value on so-called “high stakes testing” of students throughout the public school system. In these states, such tests have become the primary [...]

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