Monthly Archives: January 2019

Some Things I Know, Some Things I Don’t

Some Things I Know, Some Things I Don’t: And I Struggle to Not Allow The First to Be Held Hostage to the Second By Ken K. Gourdin There is tons of stuff I don’t know.  While most of it has … Continue reading

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Death Penalty Sought in Officer’s Murder

Death Penalty Sought in Murder of Provo UT Officer Joseph Shinners By Ken K. Gourdin Utah resident Matt Frank Hoover, 40, has a lengthy criminal record, has spent several years in prison, and was wanted on several outstanding warrants. Hoover … Continue reading

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On Purposes and Paradigms

On The Usefulness of Different Paradigms for Different Purposes By Ken K. Gourdin I just posted the following on BYU Professor Daniel C. Peterson’s blog, Sic et non, at the following thread (this and any other links last accessed January … Continue reading

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Thoughts for MLK Day 2019

Thoughts for MLK Day By Ken K. Gourdin I may be late in the rest of the world, but it is still Martin Luther King Day from where I post.  Here is an amalgamation of thoughts I have shared previously … Continue reading

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On Government Regulation

Note: I should note that I’m not responsible for the somewhat-stilted headline that overstates the case by quite a bit: I like soda. It helps me get through my current boring, repetitive days without going comatose, especially if I haven’t … Continue reading

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Death Penalty Sought in Officer’s Murder

I have no idea why WordPress allows users to post on past dates.  For this post, see the following link: https:www.//greatgourdini.wordpress.com/2019/01/25/death-penalty-sought-in-officers-murder/

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Demonization in Eye of Beholder

CNN’s Don Lemmon: It’s Only Bad When Other People Do It By Ken K. Gourdin I commented earlier on the blog on the perfectly valid reasons why someone might seek to emigrate from, say, a Central American country to the … Continue reading

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