Daily Archives: July 3, 2012

Andy Griffith; Jonathan Krohn Leaves Conservatism

I have two items for this post: 1.  Andy Griffith has passed away.  I enjoyed watching Andy Griffith on The Andy Griffith Show, Matlock, Roots: The Next Generation, Face in the Crowd, the commercials supporting Obamacare, etc.  You can read … Continue reading

Posted in Current Events, Deaths, Health Care, Political Philosophy, Politics, Roots, Television | Tagged , , ,

Pagels Tells the Story of Justin Martyr

I’m continuing my way through Elaine Pagels’ The Origin of Satan.  Over a decade ago, I read Pagels’ Adam, Eve, and the Serpent for a class, which talked a lot about Augustine.  As I read Pagels in The Origin of … Continue reading

Posted in Philosophy, Religion

This Is Herman Cain 3

In my latest reading of This Is Herman Cain, Herman Cain talked about how he saved Godfather’s Pizza from bankruptcy as President of Godfather’s (essentially, he highlighted to the public what Godfather’s was known for—-it’s quality—-rather than trying to be … Continue reading

Posted in Candidates, Economics, Political Philosophy, Politics