Commune

It’s funny how life works out, from slamming into rock bottom to standing on your tippy toes attempting to reach and grasp that golden rung that you’ve been working so hard to achieve for so long. Everything in between can seem awful or delightful, depending on your outlook at the time. The passersby and the …

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Speak Freely

Speak, speak, speak, the more that people speak freely and speak their mind on a daily basis the better off we all will be. The more people that speak up and the more that speak out freely the more we all will know. The more we know, the easier and easier our choices become. Why …

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In Memoriam

Thank you to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice, for us. Thank you to the families that lost their loved ones, you are stronger than all of us and for that, thank you. Thank you to everyone who ever served and is currently serving, you make it possible for the rest of us to …

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Sexual Harassment and Racism

Accusing anyone of either sexual harassment or racism is very unique in the fact that the reception is the only allowed, encouraged and accepted aspect when deciding guilt. Accusations of either can be absolutely devastating regardless of accuracy or intent. The other aspect of both, is that it would appear that only “minorities” and a …

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Harden Target

The label says it all, it is a target. How many of us remember high school? You either loved your high school years or hated them. I think this whole school shooting topic is not being discussed honestly. I am in no way absolving the cowards that shoot, kill and maim innocent people. Now, most …

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Stern Disapproval

From school shootings, to opioid addiction, public discord and general disagreements. We are always lectured on what is currently right and what is now wrong. Halloween costumes and lewd comments. Child abuse and child protective services. Experts and professionals. The wagging fingers and the dirty looks that are received from simple disagreements. The idea that …

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1CD, 2BCT, 1-5CAV, A1-3; M, M, B, G, H, V, C II; 19 May 2007, Amiriyah, Baghdad, Iraq

Catastrophe, death and mayhem. In the moment, it is impossible to look farther than what is happening right in front of you. Witnessing the direct action which causes the death of loved ones, is unforgettable and practically unforgivable. Looking back, it seems incredible that time continued to pass. That’s exactly what does happen, the world …

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Programing Children

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is yet another example of feminism destroying the mentorship and leadership program that trains boys to grow into men. The old adage that all the good men are taken, has been said over and over again ever since the sexual and cultural revolution of the 1960s. These “women” are …

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Questions for Elected Representatives

Anyone running for elected office must realize and come to the realization, that if they do win the seat that they are competing for, their personal lives end and they are now our indentured public servants. Too often they only mingle with us during their campaign, even then the time that they spend with us …

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If Racism is Outlawed, Where Will All of the Racists Go?

Racism, it’s a powerful word and label that scares many people. Racism is construed as hate, and many profess to hate racism. Hate, goes both ways, people are people no matter where or when. The confederate flag is now a symbol of hate, at least in the mainstream it is. White pride, black pride, gay …

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