Monthly Archives: December 2012

It’s the most wonderful time of the year — you just don’t realize it…

So this isn’t meant to be a lecture or a sermon – to be perfectly clear. What it’s meant to be is an opinion, an observation, how I am feeling this time of year and a sharing of what life … Continue reading

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Maybe we should learn a lesson from our little children?

Tomorrow will mark one week since the shootings in Newtown claimed the lives of 26 people including 20 children. So what has happened since? There have been funerals, protests, talk shows on gun violence nearly all day, every day. The … Continue reading

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I think Newtown has finally drawn a line in the sand when it comes to guns…

It’s been less than a week since the tragedy in Newtown. Twenty small children gunned down in their school by a guy who had serious issues. I have heard the news coming out and yet every day I hear it, … Continue reading

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When does the death and destruction end? Will it ever end?

We have all had this debate before. Guns. No guns. Tougher gun control laws. Less restrictive gun control laws. And then more people are gunned down. A movie theater in Colorado. A mall in Oregon. This time an elementary school … Continue reading

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The cops in Wichita, Kansas need to lighten up…please

Hey Police Lt. Joe Schroeder – what happened to you? Did you not get something for Christmas one year and now you’re bucking to be the nation’s ultimate Scrooge? I am all for logical law enforcement and making people follow … Continue reading

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Another photo rocks the newspaper world…and leaves people outraged

Today there is an argument raging in New York. And it involves a decision by the New York Post to publish a photograph of a man struggling to pull himself up to a train platform after being hurled to the … Continue reading

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