If we follow the letter of the speech, then I must honor St. Crispin’s Day. One of my Clements ancestors …Read the Rest
An interesting piece, debunking the historical existence of Jesus of Nazareth is making the rounds, to be embraced by atheists. …Read the Rest
What if the person who helped for the Church in Rome (yea, THAT church) was a woman? Her name was …Read the Rest
This is (I promise) the last of the series on modesty, cowboys, and clothing. I was only planning one part …Read the Rest
It isn’t very often that I get to use my favorite things in a blog – the Wild West & …Read the Rest
This is the response to the comment I submitted, dealing with the article about censoring cowboy culture. Stephanus Blignaut is …Read the Rest
NOTE: For more information on fashion during the Biblical era, The Far Right’s Manly, Sexy Jesus. For a history of …Read the Rest
I’m not a strong advocate for sex outside of marriage. I am certainly no advocate for adultery, which I think …Read the Rest
“…When I think about my clothing choices in college it simultaneously convicts me of immodesty and helps me understand the …Read the Rest
So-called ‘Christian’ Modesty is a strange critter, at best. There is absolutely nothing wrong with any group implementing a dress …Read the Rest
This is the second of two parts about the disaster that is Peter Gelb. We are living in the Golden …Read the Rest
Jerry Boykin, a so-called manly man if ever there was one, according to him, wrote the forward for Stephen Mansfield’s …Read the Rest
Nothing annoys me more than historical ignorance being spouted as fact, lapped up by an equally ignorant audience. One of …Read the Rest
Revisionist historians are at the top of the list of things that frosts The Pink Flamingo’s cookies, even more so than Democrats.
The Pink Flamingo owes King Hal and St. Crispin an apology. I forgot. St. Crispin’s Day is October 25. I blew it.
I always try to remember St. Crispin’s Day because I had an Clements ancestor (I share with Sam, Mannen, Jep, and Wes Hardin) who was knighted that day, by Henry, for saving his life!
The usual Henry Haters are at it again. Anne Curry, who has made a career out of damning Henry V, says the French did not have all that many troops, and the lopsided battle was all a lie.
Fortunately, cooler heads prevail.