Monday Open Thread

“It is certain, in any case, that ignorance, allied with power, is the most ferocious enemy justice can have.”

–James Baldwin

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  1. MADCO says:

    Good luck, Senator Leahy.

    And also good luck to you, Chief Justice Roberts. (What does 'preside' mean, anyway?)

     

    Baldwin is great.

    But I'm thinking about Franklin now.

    "If you can keep it." ~ B. Franklin

  2. MichaelBowmanMichaelBowman says:

    The Flag in the Whirlwind

    "Of course, we appreciate the support and listen humbly to the criticisms. But at the end of the day, we write for a readership of One. God is our Tower. Let the whirlwind come."

    "Out of love for Jesus and his church, not for political partisanship or intellectual elitism, this is why we feel compelled to say that the alliance of American evangelicalism with this presidency has wrought enormous damage to Christian witness. It has alienated many of our children and grandchildren. It has harmed African American, Hispanic American, and Asian American brothers and sisters. And it has undercut the efforts of countless missionaries who labor in the far fields of the Lord. While the Trump administration may be well regarded in some countries, in many more the perception of wholesale evangelical support for the administration has made toxic the reputation of the Bride of Christ."

  3. MichaelBowmanMichaelBowman says:

    Speaking of  whirl winds…

    “I never understood wind”

    Trump #StableGenius attacks windmills in rambling speech

    You might think that having a Senator from the majority party who purportedly speaks to *rump every day might have enlightened him on both the enormous benefits in his old congressional district and the thousands of Front Range Coloradans who work at the three Vestas facilities? 

    I’m beginning to think I’m under-represented in the hallowed halls of Congress. 

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