As we approach the beginning of a new year, and reflect on the passing of another year of our lives, we eventually realize that we are not in control of the time we have on this earth, for the most part, but can only control the way we live it. I think the biggest fear … Continue reading Dare to Be Great
Joe Palmisano had a list of 5 questions he wanted to ask the NRA on his show this week, listen to his week long odyssey of aggravation, denial and stonewalling in his attempt to wrap his head around the events that happened in last weekends mass shooting in Las Vegas and how gunman Stephen Paddock … Continue reading Common Sense Gun Laws (Podcast)
Many are arguing that players expressing themselves and their societal concerns by kneeling during the National Anthem is protected, and should be accepted, as Freedom of Speech. They are correct in that it is a protected right, and it should be supported. They would also be correct in adding that Freedom of Speech comes with … Continue reading The Right to Take a Knee!
All around us today is conflict; people hating people merely because their skin is a different color, their religion is not theirs, their politics, gender, or nationality. Neighbors too often barricading themselves in their homes and schools in lockdown mode. Except for a few instances, we are losing our sense of community, of one-ness, and … Continue reading Where is God?
The President’s remarks that provoked an unprecedented storm of hate and outrage were made at a press conference about—infrastructure. President Trump explained why our infrastructure is in such terrible shape. There’s the permitting process that delays projects for years or decades, and causes costs to double, triple, quintuple, or more. This resonated with me. My … Continue reading Building up vs. Tearing Down: Trump and Charlottesville….by Jane M. Orient, M.D.
From Berkley, Ca, to Texas and New York, it is obvious that the alt-left is willing to do whatever it takes to shut down free speech if they don’t agree with it. From speakers on campuses, to movies, books, and, yes, protests, its goal is to restrict free speech in any way necessary. If complaining … Continue reading Who is wrong?
A New Report Raises Big Questions About Last Year’s DNC Hack Former NSA experts say it wasn’t a hack at all, but a leak—an inside job by someone with access to the DNC’s system. By Patrick LawrenceTwitter AUGUST 9, 2017 The Democratic National Committee headquarters, October 27, 2016. (Sipa via AP Images) It is now a year since … Continue reading Finally!!!! From “The Nation”