On Trump

Donald Trump. The man is a phenomenon. He has toyed with the idea of running for president for years, but almost no one took him seriously. He was always the real estate mogul, the Apprentice boss, and America’s billionaire. Now he truly is running for President of the United States. Not only that–he is on … More On Trump

Obamacare: Separating Fact from Fear

Throughout our nation’s history, Americans have had to spend large percentages of their income on essential goods and services. Essential food takes thousands out of one’s income. Rent or a mortgage takes even more. Education has become only more expensive over the decades. Health care costs have skyrocketed over time to levels far more than our … More Obamacare: Separating Fact from Fear

A Nation at War with Itself: America’s Gun Violence Crisis

Aurora, CO. Charleston, SC. Newtown, CT. San Bernadino, CA. The mention of these cities brings certain memories and emotions to almost every American’s mind. Sadly the list could continue almost indefinitely, and our country is experiencing this phenomenon alone from every other advanced nation. The almost daily addition to this list of communities affected by … More A Nation at War with Itself: America’s Gun Violence Crisis

“I’m offended!”: America’s Struggle with Political Correctness

“I’m offended.” “You’ve hurt my feelings.” vs. “America is a nation of cry babies.” “Everyone is too politically correct.” These phrases are familiar to all of us in America in modern times. We seem to be fighting a war over what should be the limit of respecting other people’s feelings. There are many facets to this … More “I’m offended!”: America’s Struggle with Political Correctness