No, this isn’t another “me too” story. It’s an OMG, I’m so over the nonsense that is called news media! Unless it’s something that is breaking, like someone attempting to ram the security perimeter at NSA’s headquarters in Maryland or another, horrible school shooting, every single channel is filled with nothing but a lot of … Continue reading I’ve Been Quiet for Too Long
What a Pumpkin Can Say About You
As a child, I really was never a big fan of church. I never got the whole point of it other than to socialize with other like-minded people. As I got older and understood things clearer, I came to rather enjoy the sermons and their story formats. Some stories were more striking than others but … Continue reading What a Pumpkin Can Say About You
The First Amendment, the Press & Congress
How invested are you in the outcome of all of the testimony that’s taking place on Capitol Hill? It would appear that everyone in the media wants to make sure that you can see it anywhere and everywhere possible. Not sure how you feel about this entire situation, but it’s looking more and more like … Continue reading The First Amendment, the Press & Congress
The old adage, “Are we there yet?” is often applied to discussions of happiness, as if a person works towards happiness and one day “arrives.”
We Don’t Talk To Each Other
We have to stop shouting past each other and listen to why so many of us are pained by what we’re witnessing.
Let’s Talk About Guns
When you observe the safest states in America you will find they generally have the most open gun laws in the entire country. On the other end of the spectrum the states with the strictest guns laws in place tend to rank the highest in national crime statistics. Is this a coincidence?
Pushing Through Without Excuses
The atmosphere both online and in person in some cases, has become so toxic that we blind ourselves to reason. We have to get back to teamwork, trace our steps and communicate effectively to others.
Distinguishing Anger from Sadness
With a headline line that, it must sound completely illogical that anyone could mistake the two positions. Both are quite emotional and both can lead a person to act in an extreme way. But here’s how they can evolve into one and the same.
Your Good Word for the Day
A speaker held up a $20 bill in a room of 200, he asked, "Who would like this $20 bill?" Hands went up.
Facts Without the Snark, Please!
...the media, I think to myself as I watch it, what happened to your civility, honesty and true journalism? Some of the programming that I consume is so condescending that I'd rather flip the channel to a commercial than listen to what's being said.
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