Month: August 2021

RIGHT FIGHT, WRONG TIME

“Sometimes God knocks us back a bit to remind us we’re not as big and mighty as we think.” ― Marie Arana, American Chica: Two Worlds, One Childhood   Last week, Metro Nashville Public Schools along with SCS, defied Governor… Read More ›

POLITICS OR VIRTUE?

“Why are you in such a rush?” Sophia asked, and her grandmother answered that it was a good idea to do things before you forgot that they had to be done.” ― Tove Jansson, The Summer Book   This past… Read More ›

NO SURPRISES HERE

“A journalist should never join the Establishment, no matter how tempting the blandishments. It is our job to hold power to account, not join it.” ― Frederick Forsyth, The Outsider: My Life in Intrigue. At 3pm today, Governor Bill Lee… Read More ›

WATCHING THE DETECTIVES

“Today’s headlines and history’s judgment are rarely the same. If you are too attentive to the former, you will most certainly not do the hard work of securing the latter.” ― Condoleezza Rice, No Higher Honor: A Memoir of My… Read More ›