It appears like my kids are binge-watching, but they're doing their homework. Coronavirus is changing our world, and I personally hold deep concerns at how easy it was for the world to turn … [Read more...] about How Coronavirus Is Changing Education
By "philosophy" I mean how to think and how to live. These are my deepest and most cutting thoughts. Don't venture lightly, and don't be easily offended.
For those who have experienced trauma, The Shack (the novel and now movie) is a profound story that has extreme power to heal. But to some, The Shack is heresy and evil. Let me explain the conflict … [Read more...] about The Shack Is About Trauma, not the Trinity
Mixing "fake news" into your media intake is like watching a nasty debate round. To me—a teacher of debate and persuasion—it's obvious what Fake News is, how it is used to manipulate you, and how it … [Read more...] about Fake News Is About Deception
Two images impacted me last night. The first was of the widow of William Ryan Owens, special operative who gave his life for his country last month in an unfortunate attack in Yemen. Carryn looking to … [Read more...] about The Most Memorable Images of the Joint Session
I just returned from a speech tournament in Colorado Springs where I judged Extemporaneous Speaking. The hovering reality of "fake news," I believe, has forever changed the event. Some are bemoaning … [Read more...] about The Days of Lazy News Reading Are Over
Advertisers hoped to persuade the Super Bowl's 111.3 million watchers. Though both companies tackled the same issue of immigration, good for Anheuser-Busch, bad for 84 Lumber. Here's why. … [Read more...] about Score: Anheuser-Busch wins, 84 Lumber loses