This is from 2011's Left Turn by Tim Groseclose:
If President Trump gets re-elected tomorrow, it will be because of clarity. And not the way the learned Professor Groseclose prescribes in later in this chapter. Instead of journalists getting to know the places in America where the true political center resides, journalists will have been completely exposed for the biased activists they are. There will be a few center-right media figures partially responsible, but the vast majority of
I grew up in Southern Baptist churches, so Premillennial Dispensationalism is deeply ingrained in my belief system. Except I'm not sure I believe it. If you don't know what I'm talking about, here's a brief explanation from Infogalactic Planetary Knowledge Core:
My problem is I've never heard a convincing interpretation of what those passages mean. Obviously, tribulations have already happened, but which one was The Tribulation? No one has been able to explain that to me.
But the re
Happy all Hallow's Eve!
One of the most ubiquitous songs played on this night is Warren Zevon's Werewolves of London. Great song. Been around for a loooong time. I had the single on 45 when I was a strapping boy of eight. And that's the thing about Zevon: his appeal could be summed up by answering the question 'What songs do men eight to eighty want to hear?". The B-side to Werewolves was Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner. Question answered.
Zevon had an instinct for adventure in hi