Fairness is not Fair


Image via Wikipedia The excitement for November 2nd is building, the new possibilities for our Nation, for our States, Towns and Cities. November of 2010 can be known as the day we, the citizens of America, chose to take back our Government. The day we decided that personal responsibility is more important than Government hand-outs. … Continue reading Fairness is not Fair

A conservative look at the school system


With school being out, and so much in the news about so many school districts having to cut back or close schools I thought I would offer some help to them. 1. As for cutting the over all budget follow the following steps Remove the socialistic system that hampers the teachers and the schools from … Continue reading A conservative look at the school system

The Passing of George


Yesterday was the one month anniversary of the passing of one of my best friends. He was only 8 years old, still in the prime of his life. George, my friends name, was my dog. Now some people think itโ€™s sill how some (like me) act when a pet passes. But I was devastated, it … Continue reading The Passing of George

Forgiveness


Yesterday I was able to enjoy one of my favorite pastimes, debating my faith. I love to challenge people, be challenged and to talk my Catholic Faith, with anyone willing to listen. Yesterdays debate was lively yet no harsh words or bad feelings followed. This friend was not my normal debate partner, normally when I … Continue reading Forgiveness

5 at a time


I like to read, I like reading Stephen King, Dean Kuntz (only the Odd Thomas stuff) books on the catholic Faith, general spiritual books and as of late political books. The last in the list is new to me, I never read them until last year prior to the election, now Iโ€™m hooked. It was … Continue reading 5 at a time