A friend of mine emailed me some pictures of billboards going up somewhere in Tennessee for a certain political party. Two of the billboards suggested that if we choose their political candidate, America would have “Religious Freedom”.
I don’t want religion. Do you? Continue reading →
By John Ed Mathison
Director, John Ed Mathison Leadership Ministries
How many rules do we need to function as a society? Are we overdoing it with rules? Continue reading →
A fellow blogger, friend and lover of the English language, Brenda Bernstein at The Essay Expert, asked me to write a guest blog.
I blogged about 10 grammar rules we no longer have to follow. They are obsolete. As writers we are no longer shackled by these once-cast-in-stone axioms that gave our blue-haired English teachers delight when they stroked them with their red pens.
Mrs. DeLong, this blog is dedicated to you.
Follow this link to The Top 10 Obsolete Grammar Rules. Enjoy this humorous stroll through these outdated rules we can all enjoy breaking now with impunity.
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