It’s been a year since the mass shooting at the El Paso Walmart. The Austin American-Statesman published the following as an op-ed … Continue reading Words Create Worlds
What sad news to hear that Peter Steinke, esteemed pastor, writer and church leadership consultant passed away on July 13, … Continue reading The “TCA” Interview with Peter Steinke
This question – posed with the assumption that Trump had lived in pre-Civil War America – is much easier to … Continue reading Would President Trump Have Been a Slaveholder?
One-hundred years ago, economic and social inequalities dominated in America. The Gilded Age (1870-1900) of John Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie … Continue reading Confederate Monuments and Inequality
With today’s (June 18, 2020) Supreme Court ruling denying the Trump administration’s desire to dismantle the Obama-era DACA policy, I’m … Continue reading DACA, Immigration Reform, and a just a little bit more Sarcasm
Colin Woodard’s American Nations: A History of the Eleven Rival Regional Cultures of North America (Penguin, 2011) was late to … Continue reading American Nations – Book Review