As most know, my brother Dale passed away on June 29th. We had his funeral on July 3rd. His gravesite is just a couple miles from the funeral home and as the procession was headed toward the cemetery, we passed a little side road that sparked a memory. I made a mental note to follow […]
I have been asked by several people about concealed carrying of weapons. Where I carry, what I carry, how I carry it. No I am not going into detail. OPSEC. People who know me know. But here are some thoughts on the subject. If you haven’t trained, don’t carry. Just like yoga pants, just because […]
These numbers came from CBS News (for what it’s worth). Couple of surprising tidbits at least to me. Detroit, Michigan and Chicago Illinois are dropping within the top 10. Los Angeles, California is a lot further down the list than I would have imagined. Texas, for all it’s self hype and the chest thumping bad […]
…and you celebrate on Independence Day, you are a hypocrite of magnificent proportions. You are celebrating a day that was gained because our citizens were armed to the teeth and had the will to shoot and kill anyone trying to take their weapons. So this Thursday, you get to sit at home and eat kidney […]
My sister, Cassandra, and I lost our brother Dale today. Please, don’t post condolences or pouty faces. Yes, we will miss him. Deeply. But let me tell you why I don’t want a bunch of sadness. 1. Dale was one of the happiest human beings on the planet. Always. 2. He was born in 1946. […]
The problem is rarely the school system. The problem is unlikely to be the curriculum. The problem is definitely not the teachers. The problem isn’t the lack of prayer in the school. Based on my outside looking in perspective. The problem is that parents are not involved in their child’s education. Period.