The History Of American Thanksgiving
Note: This post was originally published on November 20th 2018. The history of American Thanksgiving is a rich one, and is very illustrative of our nation’s Christian roots. As early as the 16thcentury, there were days of thanksgiving held by Spaniards and French people on our soils.
But We Have Forgotten—9/11/01
Note: “But We Have Forgotten—9/11/01” was first published on http://www.roytroyer.com on 9/13/2018. Today we observe the 19th anniversary of the attack on NYC by Islamic terrorists. Most of us do not spend every day thinking about it, but when the anniversary comes around, many of us remember that day very well. There are other times some…
Let Freedom Ring!—Independence Day USA
Happy Independence day folks. I hope this day finds you celebrating and enjoying time with those you love. As you barbeque, socialize, and watch parades and fireworks, join me in reflecting on bits and pieces of the history of the holiday we are celebrating.
Turning The Tables—Draining The Swamp
For over two years of the Trump presidency we forgot about draining the swamp. Most of what we heard was a tidal wave of hatred and accusation against Trump from his opposition—including the media. There was also the ongoing investigation into whether or not Donald Trump colluded with Russia to interfere with the election. This…
Truth Has Stumbled In The Public Squares
Justice is turned back, and righteousness stands far away; for truth has stumbled in the public squares, and uprightness cannot enter. Truth is lacking, and he who departs from evil makes himself a prey. The Lord saw it, and it displeased him that there was no justice
A Culture Of Death And Darkness
Many in our nation are weeping, mourning or lamenting in the wake of another political attempt to solidify our standing as a culture of death. I am one of them. It saddens me but I am not surprised. With the track record New York state has because of its heavy influence by New York City,…
A Quick Kavanaugh Recap
It seems fitting to add my own little bit to the storm that raged in the political landscape for several solid weeks. I may be a bit later than most news outlets to weigh in on the matter, but one of the things I want to bring to light, is the silence that has followed…
More SCOTUS Happenings
Wow, what a week at our highest court. SCOTUS made some excellent rulings earlier this week. Three weeks ago I wrote about the SCOTUS Cake Shop Decision, so it seems we are on a roll here.
SCOTUS Cake Shop Decision
As you have probably heard by now, the Supreme Court reached an important decision on Monday June 4th2018. They were hearing the case of Masterpiece Cake Shop vs. Colorado Civil Rights Commission
Alfie Evans: The Story And Tragedy—What We Can Learn
Alfie Evans was born in Liverpool in May 2016. He was healthy when he was born, but according to his parents, he was a bit agitated. Nothing too unusual. Later though he showed signs of impairment. He could not lift his head very easily, his limbs jerked occasionally, and his eyes rolled back at times.