Insure Domestic Tranquility

Principle #4 from the Enacting Clause (Preamble) of the United States Constitution Full Episode Transcript In the Majority Supreme Court Opinion on New York State Rifle & Pistol Association, Inc. v. Bruen, Justice Thomas wrote “. . . when it comes to interpreting the Constitution, not all history is created equal. Constitutional rights are enshrined … Read more

Provide for the Common Defense

Principle #5 from the Enacting Clause (Preamble) of the United States Constitution Full Episode Transcript George Washington, in his Farewell Address, said: “Political parties may now and then answer popular ends, but they are likely in the course of time and things, to become potent engines, by which cunning, ambitious, and unprincipled men will be … Read more

Promote the General Welfare

Principle #6 from the Enacting Clause (Preamble) of the United States Constitution Full Episode Transcript With its Decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the Supreme Court has both enabled and facilitated clear Deprivations of Rights under the Color of Law. The Thirteenth Amendment, in Section 1 is unambiguous with the statement “Neither slavery … Read more

Secure the Blessings of Liberty

Principle #7 from the Enacting Clause (Preamble) of the United States Constitution Full Episode Transcript If one would be required to sign an Informed Consent document to have a mole removed, how could the Consent of the Governed be legally undermined through the deceptive practices of prevaricating politicians that routinely target the voting public with … Read more

Citations, References, and Evolving the MLA Documentation Style

Generate First Drafts Through Artificial Intelligence Introduction To MLA Documentation Style The Modern Language Association (MLA) documentation style, a cornerstone in the realm of academic writing, offers a systematic method for citing sources within the liberal arts and humanities. Established to provide consistency and clarity in scholarly communication, MLA style enables writers to give proper … Read more

The Quintessential Curriculum

Many writers have described Aristotle’s fifth element as a kind of invisible light or fire. In the Middle Ages. The quinta essentia has evolved to stand for anything so perfect that it seems to surpass the limitations of earth. Today we generally use quintessential rather freely to describe just about anything that represents the best … Read more

Tensions are Bubbling Up at Thirsty Farms

. . . foreign firms are “mining our natural resource to grow crops such as alfalfa … and they’re shipping it overseas back to their country where they’ve depleted their water source.” Gary Saiter, board chairman and general manager of the Wenden Domestic Water Improvement District, said utility records showed the surface-to-water depth at its headquarters … Read more

Friedrich Fröbel (1782–1852)

Best known for creating the concept of kindergarten or “garden of children,” Friedrich Fröbel held that improvement of infant education was a vital preliminary to comprehensive educational and social reform. The Baroness of Marenholtz-Bülow, carried his ideas to educators in England, France, and the Netherlands. Later they were adopted by other countries. In the United States, the Froebelian movement achieved … Read more

Falling Leaves

This parable is based on the 1912 movie Falling Leaves. It illustrates the conditions of effective prayer. Watch Video Voice-Over Transcript 0:00 This is a parable nested within a movie titled Falling Leaves. It was shown in theaters during 1912. 0:04 Our story opens with Winifred on the piano as she and her younger sister, … Read more

An Augmentation Ministry

When Jesus gave us a promised helper, the Spirit of Truth, he made it possible for us to enjoy his presence continuously. This gift, from the Way, the Truth, and the Life is fully capable of leading us; along the Way, into all Truth, so that we may enjoy the most abundant Life possible; just … Read more