A Shooting in a Lafayette Theater

There’s been another random murder-spree shooter in America again. A monster named John Russel Houser entered a theater in Lafayette, Louisiana and murdered a 21 year old woman named  Mayci Breaux and a 33 year old woman named Jillian Johnson, and wounded several others, before killing himself. He initially tried to escape, but when the… Read more A Shooting in a Lafayette Theater

Welcoming Beth von Staats, author of Thomas Cranmer in a Nutshell!

MadeGlobal’s History in a Nutshell Series aims to give readers a good grounding in a historical topic in a concise, easily digestible and accessible way. In Thomas Cranmer in a Nutshell, Beth von Staats discusses the fascinating life of Thomas Cranmer, from his early education, through his appointment to Archbishop of Canterbury, his growth in… Read more Welcoming Beth von Staats, author of Thomas Cranmer in a Nutshell!

Yay Greece!

I support the European Union. I think it is a great idea. However, I think that predatory banking is loathsome and should be fought by all means. The Greek vote on Sunday both indicated that Greece was willing to stay in the EU but was not going to put up with any more austerity and… Read more Yay Greece!

Guest Post On Marriage Equality

From a politically conservative and wonderful friend of mine.   I was raised in what I’ve always called a southern military conservative household. All four of my grandparents, and therefore my parents, are from Kentucky. My father was military. His father was military. I married military. I was baptized, raised, and married in the United… Read more Guest Post On Marriage Equality