Boston Strong: Grace under relentless pressure
The day after last Monday’s Boston marathon bombings, the former mayor who embodies the great big heart and soul of that great city was defiant and determined. They not only responded to the terror with great humanity that day he told me on Tuesday, they would come back stronger and in greater numbers for next year’s Patriot’s Day landmark event. Nobody could have yet known what the week would still hold for Bostonians, and how drained they would be by the end of it. But, thank God, it ended.
‘The Fog of Benghazi’
This is getting more attention, finally. Warranted attention.
What the Muslim outrage is really about
Power. Not a ‘dopey’ short video, which few rioters likely even saw.
Apologizing for America again?
President Obama’s comments are, of course, listened to carefully around the world. What he’s been saying doesn’t sound like commanders-in-chief who have gone before him. Slips of the tongue, or revealing ideology?
The desire not to offend
It’s given just about exclusively to Muslims these days, and that’s
no personal observation.
Media outside their comfort zone
They tend to be fine with insulting and finding fault with
Christians. But everyone else’s beliefs are out of the bounds
of serious scrutiny in our diverse and multi-cultural society.
Sheila Reports promises a perspective here that you may not be getting in mainstream media and the politically charged blogosphere. Don’t expect political correctness, because politics doesn’t determine what’s correct. This space is grounded in the natural law and moral order. And it expects civility, goodwill and an openness to truth and reason.