Monthly Archives: December 2012

On Coach Anderson leaving

I am finding myself far more bitter about Coach Anderson’s abrupt departure than I would have expected.  I am not a huge USU sports fan, though I was starting to get excited about the football program.  I am generally not … Continue reading

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RIP Robert Bork

Robert Bork, the great and controversial conservative scholar, has died at the age of 85.  Most students are too young to remember his failed nomination to the Supreme Court, a nomination that has echoed through every SCOTUS confirmation hearing since. … Continue reading

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Saint Nicholas

Many families struggle with the “Santa problem”.  What can be done to prevent all of the Santa Claus business distracting from obviously more significant events for Christians that are observed in this season?  Chesterton is not worried.  Here is a … Continue reading

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