A great deal of the news of the week just past has been about people seeking justice in seemingly unjust situations. Justice is a funny thing – sometimes it is hard to know what it is and how to obtain it But one thing is certain, justice has a source, and it is not the courts and not the media:
Psalm 103:6 – The Lord works righteousness and justice for all who are oppressed.
Justice comes not from us but from God. Yes that makes us weak, but God remembers our weakness:
Psalm 103:14 – For he knows our frame; he remembers that we are dust.
The key to finding justice is not to demand it, but to rely on its source. God can see more than we can see; He knows more than we can even begin to know. I, for one, do not know what is justice in Charlotte or Tulsa – but I do know that God is at work for it. Therefore, with the Psalmist, I choose to bless the Lord: Continue Reading
Thanksgiving college basketball tournaments have become a staple of sports viewing, but Thanksgiving 2017 promises something extraordinary. Check this out:
OH how I am hoping Butler and Ohio State get paired…
HH: I’m now joined by my longtime friend, law professor at the University of Tennessee, Glenn Reynolds, the Instapundit, who has for 15 years been at the forefront of internet free speech, who is now himself the victim of censorship by Twitter because of a tweet that he put out two nights ago. Glenn Reynolds, welcome, Professor, good to have you.
GR: Hi, good to be here.
HH: What happened?
GR: Well, you know, I actually tried to figure it out. I woke up and just found out my account was suspended, and didn’t know why and couldn’t find an email from them. It’s apparently a tweet I put up last night. They had a thing about how protestors were stopping traffic and surrounding vehicles on the interstate, and I said, perhaps a little too pithily, but it is Twitter, “run them down.” And apparently, that’s why, I don’t actually know that’s why they did it. but I assume that’s why they did it, because that’s what everybody’s talking about. I’ve heard nothing from Twitter. Continue Reading