A couple weeks ago, we drove down to Washington, D.C. to take in the new(ish) Museum of the Bible.
When “Good Morning America” recently showcased eleven-year-old “drag queen,” Desmond Napoles, and celebrated him as “amazing” and “inspiring” I had to wonder if host Michael Strahan could taste the fetid dirt on these, his own words. Have we lost our minds, people? I mean, I can’t even sit with my eighteen-year-old son in the … More Suffer the Little Children
Last Monday, I reviewed Jodi Picoult’s newest novel, A SPARK OF LIGHT, which is little more than a pro-choice treatise impugning the privileged white man (cis male) as well as those whack-a-doodle Christians who are nuttier than Austin Powers’ coffee. I didn’t set out to follow up Picoult’s exercise in misery by reading another novel … More In the Matter of Life and Death
Bestselling author, Jodi Picoult has a plot formula that works for her. In each of her books, she tackles a specific controversial issue through the eyes of characters who find themselves in the cross-hairs of a given moral dilemma. Her latest novel is no exception. In Picoult’s SPARK OF LIGHT, characters grapple with the repercussions … More A Spark of Light or the Kiss of Death?