Chinatown’s George Floyd Moment: The Problematics of Racial Politics: It Is A Ten Commandments’ Problem

anybody watching the news has seen the video of a male african american pushing an elderly asian man from behind down to the sidewalk in a bay area chinatown. the video is powerful. countless news stories of the chinatown violence epidemic lead with that scene. politically correct media, in many accounts, intentionally omit the allegedContinue reading “Chinatown’s George Floyd Moment: The Problematics of Racial Politics: It Is A Ten Commandments’ Problem”

Technology Affirms of the Need for the Ten Commandments

while the human experience can be improved by modern technology, this experience remains tainted by immorality. thus, thievery remains a problem. a problem of astronomical proportions. in the past centuries, humanity was subjected to pirates on the open seas. these criminals had legendary names such as blackbeard and captain kidd. presently, we are subjected toContinue reading “Technology Affirms of the Need for the Ten Commandments”

A Steal that Was Slam Dunked: A Tale of Petty Theft That Led to An International Incident: A Cautionary Tale, a Tale of Second Chances, and the Need for Educators to Embrace the Wisdom of the Bible

for a time is was u-c-l-a steal! steal! steal! instead of the traditional cheer u-c-l-a fight! fight! fight! it was a petty theft. it was a stain to one of the greatest college basketball programs in history, it was an embarrassment to one of the most esteemed universities in the world, it was an embarrassmentContinue reading “A Steal that Was Slam Dunked: A Tale of Petty Theft That Led to An International Incident: A Cautionary Tale, a Tale of Second Chances, and the Need for Educators to Embrace the Wisdom of the Bible”

Professor Evil? A Famous Lesson in Anti-Racism? Or was it a Lesson in Racism?

brainstorming is a fantastic thing. there are many ideas that don’t make the cut. while these ideas are not great, they are helpful in reaching better ones. when searching for a blog topic, i was brainstorming moment and remembered a study done by a teacher who did racism exercise in her classroom which was controversial.Continue reading “Professor Evil? A Famous Lesson in Anti-Racism? Or was it a Lesson in Racism?”

Defund The Courts? Politicians and Activists Advocating Mob Rule versus the Ten Commandments: Moses’ Father In Law, Jethro, and His Eternal Advice on a Justice Based Society: Where Do You Want To Live?

fathers-in-law are not always bad. moses’ father-in-law, jethro, is arguably the greatest father-in-law in history. he provided moses and the world wisdom for the ages.. after the exodus from egypt, it is reported in the torah that “[i]t came about on the next day that moses sat down to judge the people, and the peopleContinue reading “Defund The Courts? Politicians and Activists Advocating Mob Rule versus the Ten Commandments: Moses’ Father In Law, Jethro, and His Eternal Advice on a Justice Based Society: Where Do You Want To Live?”

Protestors, Looters and the Ten Commandments: The Racism/Wealth Excuse

when the ten commandments were provided to the children of israel at mt. sinai, it was arguably a cohesive group of people. if we were to define them by racial characteristics. they were mostly from the levantine region or canaan. the group that left egypt included other racial characteristics. the torah mandates that those whoContinue reading “Protestors, Looters and the Ten Commandments: The Racism/Wealth Excuse”

Victims of Theft: A Modest Project Proposal

in my jr. high public school, we had to attend drug education programs. tragically, this programming most likely promoted the use of street drugs as opposed to the intended purpose of discouraging it. the special guest lecturer was a former drug user who told us about the drug using life style. we were not presentedContinue reading “Victims of Theft: A Modest Project Proposal”