With a strong degree of certainty, I can assure the faithful and newspaper editors across the land that there is no need for 120 point bold headline type along the lines "The World Ends."
Kuching, Malaysian Borneo – I bought a book. A big brown book with many pages. I purchased it from the Dukun, a Malay-Indonesian shaman, who has a table between the shop houses and the road down the street. Remember, he is the one who connects this world with the unseen world.
Last Sunday was U.S. Constitution Day. This got me thinking about the rule of law. Today, as I reflect on the current events surrounding sanctuary advocates in our county, I find myself recalling the wisdom of having been taught about citizenship, the Constitution and general civics at an early age.
Natural disasters are reasonably predictable, or at least our 24/7 news cycle presents us with sufficient notice to be at least partially prepared for the worst aspects. Two recent examples, Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, offer both proof and consequences.
There weren't a lot bonafide voters in Tuesday's primary elections in the City of Frederick. One jurisdiction did legislate that non-citizens could cast ballots in the democratic process.