Monthly Archives: July 2016

The news out of Baton Rouge, Louisiana isn’t very good this evening. Three more police officers murdered from ambush. Several more have been wounded. The assassin is dead. More editorial hand wringing in the face of unsullied evil. More broken...
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How do you begin a reasonable discussion about what has happened in and to our country during this last week?  Many of the posts on Facebook about recent events in Minneapolis, Baton Rouge and Dallas are filled with enough hatred...
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“Those who expect to reap the blessings of liberty must, like men, undergo the fatigues of supporting it.” —Thomas Paine– Have you ever thought about the absolute political genius that was required to create this amazing country we call America? Freedom...
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Here’s a thought with an Independence Day theme– (This) much I think I do know–that a society so riven that the spirit of moderation is gone, no court can save; that a society where that spirit flourishes, no court need...
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