Blogger holds a theological degree and a doctorate in Counseling Psychology. Taught Psychology for 32 years and is now Professor Emeritus. Is a board-certified psychologist and was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award in his profession.Ministered as a chaplain, and pastored Baptist and Episcopal churches.Publications cover the integration of psychology and theology.Served in the Army, the Merchant Marines and the Peace Corps.

Friday, July 29, 2016

Krauthanhammer and the Trump Trap

  Charles Krauthammer said on "Special Report"  that Trump set a trap, and the Clinton campaign fell right into it. He explained that the Clinton campaign statement said it would be a "national security issue," which contradicts Clinton's repeated assertions that the missing 33,000 emails were all of a personal nature, not work-related.

"If that's what's really in the 33,000 emails, then there's no national security to be involved at all," Krauthammer said. "So the Clinton campaign ends up admitting that perhaps there really is work-related - if not classified - stuff on the emails which she deleted."

Krauthammer said that could be grounds for a charge of obstruction, declaring that the Clinton campaign has been caught in a complete contradiction.  From Fox News Insider

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Vent Page 108

Here we are at vent page number 108.
Vent pages are handy for posting of off-topic posts, rants, raves, rages, etc, which might not be appropriate on other threads where adults are having serious discussions. Childish rant? Need to call another poster a name? Just feel like spouting off? Or even if you have something to say and there doesn't seem to be any other logical place to say it....THIS PAGE IS FOR YOU! AND NOW WE OFFER A SPECIAL LOW PRICE, NO FRILLS VENT PAGE!

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

"Raise Your Hand If You Will Not Promise to Support the Winner"

The sore losers Bush, Kasich, and Rubio, after agreeing they would support whoever won, are nowhere to be seen at the convention. My first reaction was disgust. However, as each state’s roll call was given, I began to think, "Hey if I were any of them, I think I would be hiding out too."
If your name was Jeb Bush, you would only hear it for four votes, and everyone would know, you spent $32.5 million per vote.
If you are Kasich, you would only hear you won 161 but 66 of those were your own hometown folks. You would also hear from the chair that it would be appropriate if he gave the Ohio votes up. How humiliating!
And Rubio, the most petulant of all would be asked why, in an unprecedented move, did he hold on to his paltry 172 even though he had quit.
I was going to include a picture of babies with their thumbs in their mouth but that would have been cruel.

Friday, July 15, 2016

Ginsburg, Hillary, Lynch: The New Normal for Our Leaders

Justice Ginsburg: I knew I should not have dragged the court down into the partisan political mud when I praised Hillary and trashed Trump, but I just did it anyway.
Hillary: I knew I should not have jeopardized the life of our agents in the field by having an unsecured server, but I just did it anyway.
Attorney General Lynch: I knew I should not have let Bill Clinton on my plane when I might have to indict his wife, but I just did it anyway.
(Paraphrasing what they all said publically.) 

Looks Like It Is Pence for VP

Sunday, July 10, 2016

StatisticsYou Need to Know About Cops Killing Blacks

 Read this article  Below are excerpts from the article:
1. Cops killed nearly twice as many whites as blacks in 2015. (Even though blacks commit much higher percentage of crimes).

Thursday, July 7, 2016

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Today's Wall Street Journal Worth Buying For Front Page and Editorial Page Alone

  "This is not to suggest that in similar circumstances, a person who engaged in this activity would face no consequences. To the contrary, those individuals are often subject to security or administrative sanctions," (Comey admits)
"So there it is in the political raw: One standard exists for a Democratic candidate for President and another for the hoi polloi. We’re not sure if Mr. Comey, the erstwhile Eliot Ness, intended to be so obvious, but what a depressing moment this is for the American rule of law. No wonder so many voters think Washington is rigged for the powerful."
"By a reasonable person’s standards, Mrs. Clinton’s decision to use a private server, to give her aides access to it, to email classified information on it, to fail to secure it, and to use it in hostile territory was grossly negligent. We can’t wait for the next minion prosecuted for mishandling secrets to invoke the "extremely careless" defense".
"We almost wish Mr. Comey had avoided his self-justifying, have-it-both-ways statement and said bluntly that he couldn’t indict Mrs. Clinton because the country must be spared a Donald Trump Presidency. It would have been more honest and less corrosive to democracy than his Clinton Standard."   Gleanings from   WSJ  editorial. Blogger's emphasis.