Showing posts with label freedom of speech. Show all posts
Showing posts with label freedom of speech. Show all posts

Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Protests This Friday, Lafayette Square

One of the issues in my long-running dispute with perjuring priest Bob Malm and Grace Church is my First Amendment right to speak out about perjuring priest Bob Malm’s conduct and that of people in the church and the diocese.

With that in mind, and mindful of the need to support BLM and First Amendment rights in the face of Donald Trump’s appalling use of force to clear Lafayette Square in order to conduct a photo op, I will be on Lafayette Square this Friday, peacefully protesting.

The day will be hot and uncomfortable, as I will be wearing full protective gear to avoid infection with COVID-19. That said, I will be bringing water, snacks, and first aid supplies for anyone who needs them. I plan to be close to St. John’s, which is the church where I was legally married.

All are welcome to join me.

Sunday, March 31, 2019

More Correspondence from Tenth Presbyterian

Today I received more correspondence between Tenth Presbyterian and Phil Snyder. None of it’s pretty, and it thoroughly underscores the lack of a genuine Christian ethos among leadership at the church. Further, I’ll add that Liam Goligher sounds disturbingly like Dysfunctional Bob Malm, including the allegations that Liam has committed perjury. Needless to say, I am dubious about the long-term prospects for any church where this sort of behavior is acceptable. I also question where the good Christians of Tenth Presbyterian acquired the notion that they are authorized to restrict First Amendment rights on public fora, like the sidewalk in front of the church. And, like Bob Malm, the seeming lies about threatening and harassing conduct reflect a thoroughly broken ethical reference point.

I’d also point out, as I have apropos Grace Episcopal, that friendly is not faithful. Bob Malm, and likely Liam Goligher, can be quite personable and engaging, But that doesn’t mean that he has any real faith, and it’s important to recognize the difference. If you support a clergyperson because you like him or her, without regard for their conduct, you are simply worshiping an idol. And turning a blind eye to perjury and other misconduct is to make oneself equally culpable.

Moreover, like Bob Malm and his perjury, the only thing that Tenth Presbyterian has accomplished is to increase awareness of its apparent propensity for bullying and its inept handling of allegations of sexual misconduct. Plus, the church all but guarantees that there will be additional protests and leafleting at the church.

Stupid.






























Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Where’s Bob Malm When You Need Him?

As an unabashed liberal, I am in fear for my life!

Oh, wait. Local law enforcement determined there’s nothing illegal about the sign.