We The People…

Prompted by some dialogue recently, regarding the kneeling during the National Anthem, I took some time out to read the Constitution. I recommend everyone takes some time out to do the same. I think Thomas Jefferson had a great idea when he wrote it. A system, constructed of the people, by the people, for the... Continue Reading →

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Proverbs 29:25

At times, it's easier said than done, to put aside the fear of what humanity can exact on you. When I take time to think of what some of these type of scriptures entail, it doesn't always evoke the warm, fuzzy feeling inside. For example, how easy is it to put aside the fear of... Continue Reading →

Tragic: Deidra Del Angel

There is a different angle given to reading when the author is a friend. When you read, it's like you can hear their voice and then there are times when you can read parts of their presentation and know that they are actually putting themselves on to paper. I'm in no doubt that this book... Continue Reading →

Samuel Adams vs. Colin Kaepernick

On December 16th 1773, Samuel Adams, et al, dressed as Native Americans, threw 300+ chests of tea into Boston's harbour. They felt the tea was representative of injustice and, risking the outbreak of war, they threw $552,000 ($18,000 in 1773) into the sea. Today, they are considered heroes. It needed to be done. They had... Continue Reading →

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