Monthly Archives: November 2015

Keep the detainees where they belong – at Gitmo

With just a little over 18 months left in his presidency, President Obama is pushing hard to fulfill his campaign promise to close the joint detention facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. On Aug. 13, a Pentagon survey team, dispatched by … Continue reading

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Standing where ancient civilizations once lived

October 1, 2015 One thing I always loved about traveling was that I could stand on the very ground where ancient civilizations once lived. Being at the very spot where historical figures or history was made always brought a sense … Continue reading

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Bending over backwards to please special interests October 15, 2015 I have to ask a question. Do our representatives in government, whatever level, actually represent the opinions, social desires or the will of their constituencies? I have to add one … Continue reading

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Perspective and what happens when things get out of hand

October 22, 2015 I don’t know about any of you all, but things seem to be getting out of hand, as of late, and I am not sure people know just how good we have it here in the good … Continue reading

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We don’t need more federal gun laws

                             November 5, 2015 President Obama was in Chicago last week speaking at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) conference. He took the opportunity to praise and thank law enforcement for the tireless efforts, and specifically defending them … Continue reading

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