The Wandering Blog
Quote of the Day:
On Food: "The most important thing, is that there is some."
-- Tom Bourdillon, Member of the British 1953 Expedition to Climb Mt. Everest
London Review of Books
Being Grateful -- A gratitude journal
Today's hot topic: Castro & the Fate of Revolutionaries
Terrorism & 9/11
8/22/06 Flag Burning & Pedagogy
8/ 14/06 France & Lebanon
8/10/06 Arrests in London
8/8/06 War in the Middle East
Royal Watcher News
Links of the Week
The Reality of Global Warming: Canada Free press
One battle academics fight regularly is debunking the host of myths in the media and among the citizenry on various issues. Global warming is one of those. Canadian Free Press article
This Week in History -- What has changed? What hasn't?
Eccl. 7:10 "Do not say, 'Why were the old days better than these?' For it is not wise to ask such questions."
Eccl. 1:10 "Is there anything of which one can say, 'Look! This is something new?' It was here already, long ago; it was here before our time."
Jan. 15, 1958 -- Postmaster General of U.S., General Arthur Summerfield announces that the owners whose dogs bite mailmen will have to get their own mail .
Jan. 17, 1902 -- Earthquake rocks Mexico City claiming 300 lives.
Jan. 18, 1964 -- FTC announces a proposal for curbing advertisements for cigarettes
Past Scriptures of the Day
My Blog Perspective
Honestly, folks. I have not the time to keep a blog on a daily basis. This is my attempt at a commentary on a few things. I will attempt to update it on a weekly basis -- but probably no more. For those who wind up here but are not my students, I am an assistant professor of history at Harding University. The views contained here are my own and not those of Harding University. Below you will find an attempt to maintain a Christian historical perspective.