Exit, stage left…

Well, another satisfying and stimulating workweek has drawn to a close. I look forward to a restful and relaxing weekend, in the bosom of my beloved ones. Tonight we will probably hang out around Andrews Park for a little while, before it gets dark. Retiring to our home to lounge around with books and Nick … Continue reading Exit, stage left…

Three articles, concerning The Passion…

New Film May Harm Gibson`s Career – Mel Gibson`s provocative new film, “The Passion of the Christ,” is making some of Hollywood`s most prominent executives uncomfortable in ways that may damage Mr. Gibson`s career. `Passion` film draws large crowds in Oklahoma City. – The much-anticipated opening of Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ” drew … Continue reading Three articles, concerning The Passion…

Court Says States Need Not Fund Journalism Studies

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled today that state scholarship funds may be denied to students pursuing careers in journalism. The decision follows yesterday`s 7-2 ruling (Locke v. Davey) allowing Washington to prohibit disbursement of state scholarship money to a student who was aiming for a devotional theology degree – in other words, training for vocational … Continue reading Court Says States Need Not Fund Journalism Studies