Parker’s Perspective: The Untimely Death of the First Amendment

Parker’s Perspective: The Untimely Death of the First Amendment

There is no other amendment to the United States Constitution with more worldwide appeal than the first amendment. Sensing potential problems with keeping the new country afloat, and not wanting to repeat the mistakes of the past, the first amendment addressed problems associated with being under English control: a freedom from state religion and a […]

In the Arena: Veritas

In the Arena: Veritas

For thousands of years people have struggled in their effort to determine what is true, what is truth. The ancient Romans more than two millennium ago had a Goddess Veritas. She was the Goddess of Truth and the daughter of the God Chronos – the God of Time. This seemed a natural progress. Over time […]

Stewart’s Blog: Tallahassee Democrat Editorial is “Race-Baiting”

Stewart’s Blog: Tallahassee Democrat Editorial is “Race-Baiting”

The article published by the Tallahassee Democrat editorial board entitled “What’s going on in northeast Tallahassee”, is “race-baiting.” Merriam Webster  defines “race-baiting” as “the unfair use of statements about race to try to influence the actions or attitudes of a particular group of people.” Also, in his new book, “Race-Baiter”, media critic Eric Deggans – […]