Alexander and Diogenes by Caspar de Crayer (c. 1650) By Gaspar de Crayer - Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne, Public Domain, File:Caspar de Crayer Alexander and Diogenes.jpg - Wikimedia Commons President Donald Trump is engaged in what could prove to be an exercise in futility, hunting for an honest court just as Diogenes once hunted for an... Continue Reading →
Pennsylvania Judge Halts Further Vote Certification Steps - BloombergJudge Blocks Certification of Pennsylvania Election Results Until Friday Hearing | LifeNews.comPennsylvania Judge Blocks Further Election Certification Steps | Newsmax.comNevada judge agrees to hear Trump campaign evidence of alleged voter fraud (justthenews.com)Big Win For Trump, NV Judge Sets Dec 3 Hearing On Election (usaherald.com)
WHY WOULD ANYONE CHOOSE TO REJECT DEVINE PROVIDENCE?
The First Thanksgiving 1621, oil on canvas by Jean Leon Gerome Ferris (1899). The painting shows common misconceptions about the event that persist to modern times: Pilgrims did not wear such outfits, and the Wampanoag are dressed in the style of Native Americans from the Great Plains. (from here (wikipedia.org)) What is Thanksgiving Day about?... Continue Reading →
ELECTION THOUGHTS AND ATTITUDE CORRECTIONS
Here are some posts I thought worth sharing. Election Integrity? (insanitybytes2.wordpress.com) both displays the author's sometimes unusual humor and provides a few words of reassurance. So back in 1998, I got interested in both computers and elections. I’m a dinosaur, I remember when computers were huge, took up half a room, and it took forever... Continue Reading →