My first professional job when I graduated from Western Michigan University was an editor position with a bi-weekly newspaper in Dearborn, MI. I loved being a part of the media. … Continue reading Shame on the media
There are 2.1 million people in prison in America. We have more people incarcerated than any other country in the world. I wonder how the rest of the world interprets … Continue reading With liberty and justice for all?
One of the great things about living in America is the freedom to protest. This government claims it will defend your right to do just that. I have to say … Continue reading Do you seriously care about causes?
We live in a time that has the phrase “fake news” circulating through our language. Most of our country looks back at history and tries to cover up the wrong … Continue reading History and truth need validation
Choice is an act of decision making or selecting when faced with two or more possibilities. It’s given to everyone regardless of race, color, creed or gender. Even though there … Continue reading You always have a choice
So Labor Day is coming and many will be off work, probably barbecuing and just simply relax. We deserve a day. We work hard. There was a time in our … Continue reading We need another labor movement
The problem with Christianity today is that the Christian understanding of religion is played out in hats. What I mean is we process Christian traits like wearing a hat. So … Continue reading Way too many hats
We all have this inner God complex. It’s where we get some of our best ideas, it’s where our compassion grows, it’s where forgiveness begins and it’s where our unconditional … Continue reading Getting your God complex under control
Abortion is like unto a woman who had a horrible back itch. She tried very hard to scratch that itch for years without success. Many people saw that she needed … Continue reading A parable of abortion
Every time there is a mass shooting eventual the conversation turns to something being done about mental health. But nobody is really talking about making meaningful mental health legislation no … Continue reading Our mass shootings are home grown
This Independence Day I thought we could quickly discuss one of the longest living forms of abuse — corporal punishment! Whenever this subject comes up some one quickly says, “Well, … Continue reading Let’s make freedom for all … for once
I’m not exactly sure when it happened but fathers have been given a bad deal when compared to their counter parts for decades. The trend seems to follow how dads … Continue reading Restoring virtue back in Father’s Day