Hello.... Hi there... I'm Cynthia Gee, and I'm creating this as a mirror of my other CommonSense blog at HomeschoolBlogger. I am copying the first several articles from over there, and moving them here in their entirety, complete with reader's comments. So if you see your comment HERE, and remember posting it over THERE, relax. You're sane.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

On the Lighter Side....Shakespeare's ""Who's on First???"


Monday, January 14, 2008 "Moderate Leader Says Huckabee Lied About SBC Statement on Wifely Submission"

by Bob Allen

Baptist Press reported that Mike Huckabee said he "stands by" a Southern Baptist statement on wifely submission, but a moderate leader says the former Arkansas governor misrepresented what the statement really says in last Thursday's GOP presidential debate in Columbia, S.C.......Read more....

Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Well Worth Considering.... this article,
Newsletters Finally Reveal Why Racist Hate Groups Support Ron Paul
January 8th, 2008 by Chris Jones
"Ron Paul is my Congressman. He has been my Congressman for as long as I’ve known what a Congressman is. Like many of Paul’s constituents I didn’t really know much about him ....."

Read more, visit:

....the links in the article take you to pages from the Ron Paul Political Report, the newsletter Paul published back in his libertarian days.
For more on that, go here:

(you know, there just may be a reason that racists and white supremacists are flocking to this guy like flies to a honeybucket!)

......and, there's also this:


Thursday, January 03, 2008

Kinism Goes Mainstream

The following exchange occured recently on the "Sound of Grace" list:

C------- wrote:
"Thanks for the reference C----. I really had no idea such things were going on in the church. I also agree with the blogger that it is far more evil than racism because kinism does divide the body of Christ. Absolutely, amazing..."

To which J----- responded:
"Be careful of reading only biased views on the subject. While I do not adhere to kinism, that article is highly inaccurate.
And it is not prevalent in the church. There are only a handful of people who believe in this."

I'm not so sure of that anymore.

Follow me:


Nice, huh? I got there from this site:

... owned by her husband, an Anglican seminary student.* Very mainstream, nice folks.

I got to HIS site from here, his wife's other site:

*****And, I found the link to her site HERE, at her former site: ******

(Read her "About Me" bit at the top...)

And finally, I got to "Larswife"'s site from HERE:

So kinism is not very widespread?

I wonder. Looks like it's turning up in the most surprising places, like the living rooms of nice, mainstream Anglican seminarians. *

*author's note, added Jan. 7, 2007: About that seminary... I recently learned that one of the faculty members is Right Reverend Ray R. Sutton, who, I am told, claims that the Reconstructed Biblical theocracies would be "happy" places, to which peoplewould flock because "capital punishment is one of the best evangelistic tools of a society."
.............................Not so nice or mainstream after all, huh? Go figure.

***** Larswife's "Heartofherhusband" Blogger site, where she identifies herself as a "Five-Point Calvinist, Kinist, and Heart of her Husband", writing from the "Occupied South", has disappeared, replaced by her newer, sanitized site. You can still view it from the Google cache, here , for the time being, at least. Note also the profile to which the site links...

******update, 3/18/2008 It has come to my attention that a number of links on my blog are no longer working, including the GoogleCache link to Larswifes' original Heartofherhusband blog, above.
Also, her husband (whose profile was linked to Larswife's original kinist blog) wrote to me several weeks ago; saying that Mrs. Jones no longer subscribes to Kinist beliefs. He indicated that he wished to discuss the subject in depth, but I haven't heard from him since.

Wednesday, January 02, 2008

What Color is your Feather?

Dear "Nom",

The invitation stands as issued: a civilized discussion on a neutral, moderated site, open to public commentary, in mid to late January.

Bring it or leave it.