I have questions about immigration and the current state of our policies as a nation. I don't profess to have a lot of answers, but I will admit that some of the possibilities seem both obvious and disturbing. For example, what have we become?

Different Drummer: Peter Falk

One question I don't ask directly: Am I becoming increasingly self-reverential? 
Allow me to answer with links.

188: Constitutional Crisis

152: Anticipating the Bang

42: "The Morning After" for classic Made-for-TV Movies

103: The Thriller Is Gone

187: Television Debut (1972-73)

105: Press Coverage

15: Declaring War on "Just Say No"

195: Telling Your Stories (Before It's Too Late)

59: Ten Areas of Agreement about Abortion - part 1

60: Ten Areas of Agreement about Abortion - part 2

Inappropriate Conversations on Facebook

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Gameplan for upcoming Inappropriate Conversations

  • Never directly addressed immigration issues because I have more questions than answers, but it seems long past time now to raise those questions.

Walk The Earth will address new questions, too

  • Whether the film No Country For Old Men (2007) presents a theological perspective?

References:

Pride 48: New Orleans Podcasting Expo 2018

Pride 48: June 2018 Live Streaming Weekend

The Smellcast

Ramble Redhead

Vera Speaks ... For Real

Simply Syndicated: Simply Everything

The Tech Support Rich Show

Big Fatty Online

Nerd Hurdles

Books You Should Read

Greetings From Nowhere

The Satyrsphere

Movies You Should See

Hooked

Different Drummer: Claude Monet

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Far too often, discussions about politics and religion (or even popular culture) are being compromised if not thwarted by blind devotion to entrenched positions. We are becoming more segregated than at any point in my lifetime, not just along arbitrary divisions of race. It's two kinds of news, or even in the minds of some people two kinds of bakeries. Tragically, we are watching an "us versus them" siege play out before our eyes and ears. I've no doubt that I have been impacted, too. Potential listeners of Inappropriate Conversations have, for want of a better phrase, weeded themselves out on shaky religious grounds. And, perhaps, my personal policies like never "un-friending" anyone might make those suspicions seem legitimate. If we can't remain in dialogue, though, then how will we have any real conversations -- inappropriate or otherwise?

Different Drummer: Mel Blanc

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Who could resist the combination of April Fool's Day and Easter Sunday? Not me. "A Simple Yes Or No" was originally published in The Juke Joint Journal, 1986.

Different Drummer: Animal

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Whether Jesus should have washed the feet of Judas?

The Secret of Forgiveness

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