Neal Pollard Somehow, I was unaware of the existence of a document which Abraham Lincoln drafted and had endorsed by every member of his cabinet, though unseen by them, and which remained sealed until November 11, 1864. These were not only dark times for the nation, embroiled in civil war for over three years at … Continue reading Abraham Lincoln’s Memorandum Of August 23, 1864
Jackson Davidson Who here likes wasabi? Who here even knows what wasabi is? It's a spicy, green plant used in or with many Japanese foods like sushi, and chances are, you've never had the real thing. Only thirteen percent of wasabi is the real thing. Most is just horseradish colored green. And the reason that … Continue reading Having Real Wasabi
Neal Pollard When it comes to caring for the physical body, I have a lot to learn. While I work out nearly day, my most developed muscle is the table one. I will be working to use that muscle far less this year. But judging from all the new faces in the gym this morning, … Continue reading The Best Thing To Do For The Body This Year
Neal Pollard At the hospital, attending a surgery At home, hosting a family or families and getting closer to the sheep Hosting and attending church activities In private meetings with hurting, needy members In meetings together, praying over and discussing the needs of the sheep Spending time with their wives and children, nurturing that needed … Continue reading WHERE ARE THE ELDERS?
Neal Pollard Suddenly, it has become imperative that bathroom concessions be made for those who are struggling with gender identity issues. The comprehensively consuming coverage it has garnered, the blistering backlash against any opposing of this baffling blurring of the lines, and the preeminent priority this has become for a problem pestering a puny percentage … Continue reading The Logical Progression Of The Line
Neal Pollard The percentage of Americans who identify as atheists doubled from 2007 to 2014 (Michael Lipka, Pew Research Center). But that hardly tells the whole story. Our culture is drowning in a political correctness that stigmatizes Christian Values and that makes nearly any public stand or statement regarding what Scripture says about such things … Continue reading Five Facts About A Faithless People
Neal Pollard Karl Friedrich Benz invented the first true gasoline-powered automobile in Germany in 1885, a 3-wheeled, 4-cycle internal combustion engine (via lib.gov). The vehicle has come a long way since then. To date, the fastest car on record (0-300 km) is the Hennessey Venom GT (13.63 seconds, guinnessworldrecords.com). The Bugatti Veyron Super Sport achieved … Continue reading NOT WHAT HE MADE IT FOR
Neal Pollard On this trip to Cambodia, there have been insights into some things I did not know and reminders of things I did know. Polygamy is routinely practiced in the villages, trafficking of minors to wicked and perverse men is a problem, and promiscuity is getting more common. Some of these issues are matters … Continue reading SEXUAL DEVIANCE