There have been 150 shootings, classified as "Mass Killings" in this country so far this year. I'm not sure what the qualifications are for the title of "Mass Shootings." Any way you want to slice it, that isn't calming. I pulled the data below and verified it with multiple sites. The chart strips out everything… Continue reading What Is The Number?
History is made of every moment of every day and never stops. History is like a giant database capturing everything all the time. Our whole existence, in some way, will be directly or indirectly impacted by history. We live in just a small slice of the record of history and specifically the history of where… Continue reading Death Of A Party
We are living in some challenging and complicated times. Back in the day when I was growing up, you could turn on the news and feel comfortable with the reporting. It could be Cronkite, Jennings, or Brokaw. News shows like 60 minutes were a standard to get to the point with several influential reporters like… Continue reading Trust
Financial Aid Crisis In America I’m writing to you as a concerned citizen and parent. It is no surprise, and I’m sure you are all aware of the significant financial burden that is growing in this country. The financial aid crisis concerns not only the federal government but also the citizens of this country. “There… Continue reading An Open Letter To The Congress And Senate
Well, it is day 17 I have been home, and three full weeks I have been working from home. What more can you say at this point? It is odd working all day with no social interaction, at least my wife and son are home to take short breaks to talk. It is not hard… Continue reading Quarantine Week 3 Day 17
Not much can be said about the daily activity when you don’t leave the house. The routine is the same, and I am very fortunate. I work for a great company that has fabulous work from home policies and infrastructure. Working with the team is unchanged; we are all able to talk and see each… Continue reading Quarantine Week 3 Day 16
I was giving this some thought the other day, I actually wrote a paper on it many years ago in college. Recently I read a story about an athlete that took her own life in this manner. Her name was Marieke Vervoot, she was Belgian. She had a condition called reflex sympathetic dystrophy. It progressed… Continue reading Should Euthanasia Be Legal?
Americans may 'take democracy for granted' amp.cnn.com/cnn/2019/12/31/politics/john-roberts-judiciary-democracy/index.html I couldn't agree more. Young people are losing the knowledge of the branches of government, and what they mean, or why they were created in this specific way. It is easy to get lost with the overload of information and all the social media platforms. When you lump… Continue reading John Roberts : Supreme Court Article