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Social Media – The Walk-off Buzzer Beater

Yesterday, I posted a meme of a statement from President Trump where he, more so the many other politician in history, has been treated terribly.  to paraphrase, he is the most persecuted politician ever. Below that quote was a picture of Nelson Mandela behind prison bars. I figured, enough said. No need to bring up… Continue reading Social Media – The Walk-off Buzzer Beater

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The Day After Tomorrow

Wednesday morning Americans will wake up with a new President-Elect. Though there may be legal challenges, the truth will still remain, it will be either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump as next President of the United States. People who go to work today, and who go to work tomorrow, will also still go to work… Continue reading The Day After Tomorrow

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The State of Today

Every morning we wake to a barrage of news that seems to shock, appall and overwhelm us. This current election cycle in the United States has seemed to take that reality and skyrocketed this barrage to an entire different level. We wake up to what Donald Trump said years ago, what he allegedly did years… Continue reading The State of Today

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Religion & Politics

Does the religion and/or moral beliefs of political candidates matter? Here in the United States we have what we call the “separation of Church and State.” Though excellent in concept, and mostly true, but when it comes to politics, it simply is not the case. In a wonderful election year, everything from a candidates religious… Continue reading Religion & Politics