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Stand Up

The media loves to keep us divided. Covering the ‘Kneeling’ issue is a perfect example of the media keeping us distracted from the true issue in order to suggest that we’re all a divided country. See, the issue is not … Continue reading

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On Ferguson

I am really trying hard to stay open minded and understand all the lessons coming out of Ferguson, but I keep going back to the security video I saw of Michael Brown stealing cigars from a minority store manager/owner in … Continue reading

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Safe Travels and Media Control

As Patty and I were preparing to leave for Greece and Turkey a few weeks back, ISIS was a growing concern.  News coverage of beheadings, street protests, Muslim extremists, Syrian refugees and NATO air strikes near the Turkish border all … Continue reading

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Amanda Knox

I finished the audiobook Waiting To Be Heard by Amanda Knox, the gal who spent 4 years in an Italian jail, wrongly accused of killing her roommate. I’ve been contemplating how we go about making good or bad decisions in … Continue reading

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Lauren Silva

I had a nice surprise at Houston’s Bayou City Art Festival this past weekend.  While strolling past the booths that featured lots of talented artists in all media forms, I heard a band playing at the stage near the back … Continue reading

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Steel Van Man

I don’t normally read murder-mystery thrillers, but this one surprised me. I couldn’t stop reading! How does any normal person deal with life after they’ve been a victim of a crime? How does an innocent and powerless child attempt to … Continue reading

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Missing The Target With Gun Control

“It’s the perennial desire to make a more complicated life because of a handful of guilty, rather than focus on the guilty few.” I get disgusted when I see politicians, the media and citizens feel compelled to try to solve … Continue reading

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