Even lead a Christian life
Speaking of the assault on order. Our good friends the Helbachs are expanding the Jesus lunches they began a few years ago, off-campus, on a public park near Middleton high school. They’re now in Verona and across from Madison Memorial. Of course, the nanny left cannot abide the plurality in the public square; one size WILL fit all, comrade. Yes, Annie Laurie Gaylor is on her high horse. It’s so DIVISIVE!
Could we have some tolerance, liberals?
Only because the political Left knows not about Live and Let Live. These lunches are held a block or two off school premises, chaperoned by responsible adults, and are voluntary. You don’t want to hear the name of the founder of Christianity? Loiter somewhere else. Check a few parked cars for keys in the ignition until the class bell rings.
The Capital Times quotes Annie Laurie Gaylor (its PR client) this way: “What these mothers are doing is terribly divisive and opportunistic.”
Jesus was divisive, no question. Upset the apple cart and the lenders in the temple. Gaylor bleats that the Jesus Lunch organizers are taking advantage of a “captive audience” (“Captive.” It’s off campus!) by offering food to hungry students with the aim of pushing religion. Kind of like Jesus the Christ Himself. Lured the unwashed in by feeding them fishes and loaves. Next thing y’know — thus brainwashed — you’re ministering to the sick and elderly.
How education has been politicized
Three out of every four conservative college students take pains to hide their political views in order to protect their grades. Think of it this way: You made it to Harvard graduate school. Your doctoral professor is Jennifer Cheatham. Are you going to risk throwing away that doctorate in education by disputing her culture of victimization? “I’m a conservative but my essays are very liberal.” Read & Weep.
Coach Blaska’s Ball Five
The strange thought occurs that the Brewers could do this without Christian Yelich. Talk about a gut punch (or being knee-capped)! Next man up and all that but watching the Moose yank one out of nearly empty Marlins ballpark Wednesday night on the Philco, Boo-yah! Brewers do have a lot of tools, esp. when Keston Hiura returns. Brent Suter? Who knew?!
Can baseball survive in Florida? Admittedly, the Marlins are awful but trading away Yelich and other great young players made them that way. Result: attendance in the Brewer series is around 7,000 per game. Wednesday night, Lo Cain hauls in the last out of the inning and turns around to throw it into the stands, as is customary. Only problem, no one in the bleachers to receive it. Cain eats the ball.