It takes a lot of time and work to monitor the comments we get on this blog. Believe it or not, I reject more comments than I allow. There have been several folks who have been trying to post something in the comment section of this blog for years and I will not allow them to participate because they cannot bring themselves to write in a civil manner that does not include profanity, endless references to Nazis, and ad hominem attacks on me and other commentators. I just don’t have time to monitor them all.
And many of the comments that I have approved often do not reach the level of civility and dialogue I had always hoped would take place at this blog. So, once again (we’ve done this once before), I am closing the comments section for the time being.
Eleven years ago today, while sitting in the scholars residence of the David Library of the American Revolution, I started blogging about matters related to American history, American religion, politics, and academic life. We are still going strong here at The Way of Improvement Leads Home. Not many blogs last this long, so we appreciate all of your support over the years!
Here are some of the year’s highlights:
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See you in a week and a half: