This past week saw the taking down of the confederate flag in South Carolina and it was not without its controversies. Highlighted in that week was congressional sparring about the … Continue reading Accepted
I struggle with the evils of this world. But I’m struggling more with the hypocrisy of America. Only in America does it matter how you were killed and the circumstances … Continue reading Our hypocrisy
We are a society of extremes — and it doesn’t have to be that way. The way things are going we will of course destroy our planet and ourselves. There … Continue reading No middle ground
Some day at Christmas we won’t be far from making friends no matter what color they are. We will be color blind and our hearts will see that God made … Continue reading Some day at Christmas
In January we tried to start the year new. February was the month to build new relationships or strengthen old ones with the help of cupid. It didn’t work. In … Continue reading So what I’m trying to say is . . .
For years I celebrated Cinco de Mayo thinking that it was the equivalent of the Fourth of July for Mexico. I grew up with Mexican neighbors, I still love Mexican … Continue reading Cinco de Mayo is a celebration of victory, but for what?
February is Black History month and I guess I’m still stuck with asking the same question: Why? I mean, I guess it’s a good thing, but I would still love … Continue reading It’s February and you know what that means…
This week we honor a man who dared to buck the system and show the powers that be what they really looked like. A man who said he had a … Continue reading There are still some who can’t see the dream
President Barack Obama’s endorsement of a controversial plan to build a mosque just blocks from Ground Zero has fueled raging debates over religious freedom and sensitivities over the 9/11 attacks. … Continue reading Liberty and justice for all?