Neal Pollard Pewaukee is a small city in southeast Wisconsin, home to a high school whose most famous alumni is probably Houston Texan NFL superstar J.J. Watt. But the high school is not in the news due to the recent philanthropic gesture of Watt in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, but for another decision that … Continue reading PEWAUKEE’S DRESS CODE
Neal Pollard Lance Corporal Francis Ledwidge, a 26-year-old Irish soldier, was one of 10 million people killed in World War I.He died July 31, 1917, in Belgium. He was a poet, and he wrote the following before the war: And now I'm drinking wine in France, the helpless child of circumstance. Tomorrow will be loud … Continue reading THE LITTLE GRAVES THAT HAVE NO NAME
Neal Pollard Have you ever heard of clothing that puts you in the hospital? A 35-year-old woman in Adelaide, Australia, had to be treated at the Royal Adelaide Hospital for loss of circulation. She was on an IV for four days! Why? The official report used scary words like “hypoattenuation,” “oedema of muscles,” and “myonecrosis.” … Continue reading Dangerous Clothing!
Neal Pollard In 2008, M. Gigi Durham wrote a blunt book entitled: The Lolita Effect: the Media Sexualization Of Young Girls And What We Can Do About It. Durham is not at all writing from a Christian worldview, being a militant, secular feminist instead. In the book, she writes about several myths created by the … Continue reading THE MEDIA SEXUALIZATION OF OUR GIRLS
Neal Pollard On January 5, Veronica Partridge, “Christian Blogger,” posted an article entitled, “Why I Chose To No Longer Wear Leggings.” Her essential answer was that she did not want to dress in a way that would potentially make someone other than her husband to “think lustfully about” her body (www.veronicapartridge.com). How do I know … Continue reading Veronica Partridge’s Proclamation