“Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.”
– John Adams, Argument in Defense of the British Soldiers in the Boston Massacre Trials, Dec. 4, 1770. http://www.john-adams-heritage.com/quotes/
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I just saw a video I would encourage you to watch. It’s only four and one-half minutes long, but it deals with a very important topic.
This is a promo video I developed for my novel, “The Great Adventure.”
Working on the video gave me the opportunity to use animation tools
and AI voices for the narration.
Let me know what you think.
If you haven’t read the book yet, I would love to have you check it out.
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I went to the grocery store this morning to pick up some items and noticed Christmas music was playing in the background. Some people still like to hear Christmas music.
I don’t know what songs you listen to this time of year, but I’d like to share a couple of Christmas songs I enjoy. In fact, I like them so much I play them throughout the year.
“Mary did you know?” by Mark Lowry.
“O, Holy Night” sung by Andy Williams.
I hope you have a great Christmas. Remember the great gift God has given us — His son.
John Adams thought the American Constitution was designed for a moral and religious people.
Was he right?
Letter from John Adams to the Massachusetts Militia, October 11, 1798.
We seem to have lost the ability to talk with one another, to treat one another with civility and with respect.
As for our politicians … normally I would say they are worse than we are, but the fact is … the American public today is far worse than our politicians.
That’s saying a lot and it’s not good news for our society.
“From Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Rush, 23 September 1800” National Archives