Java Zen:Thinking Out Loud Monday, 2017.10.23
We must understand how the past affects us, we should keep the present full of
rich and satisfying experiences, and we should devote some energy each day to
building for the future. Just as a river can be said to have parts that cannot
be clearly divided, so too should we consider the whole of our time when
deciding how to spend our lives.

		Deng Ming-Dao, "365 Tao - Daily Meditations", #15

2007.07.24

Today’s Money Quote

From David Freddoso at The Corner on National Review Online:

“Didn’t the Founders talk about political speech as the most important kind of free speech? Or is the First Amendment somehow reserved for the practice of offending Christians with museum exhibits?”