I had a wise father.
He passed away in 2008.
One of my children was deployed and couldn’t come home for his funeral. That was hard.
I’ve written and spoken little about the experience of losing my dad.
I’m the oldest of three siblings. I was supposed to step up.
They asked me if I wanted to speak at the funeral.
I wanted to, but what to say that wouldn’t be incomplete?
And besides, I couldn’t really let anyone know how totally devastated I was, so I declined
My brother spoke well that day and I am happy he was…
In a new story just published in the Los Angeles Times they claim that only 6–7% of the protests were violent.
The question of percentages is an easily debunkable position.
I know liberalism isn’t built on logic so for conservatives this will be easy, but if you are a brainwashed liberal not used to thinking for yourself try to follow me here. If you need help ask a conseravative friend who is used to employing critical thinking to help you sort it out.
If percentages of damage or success are relevant then Trump is 100% right when he says that…
Including the first ever publication of my WTO photos
I didn’t know what to expect on my first trip to CHAZ (Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone) on Wednesday the 10th.
I had been to the area just a few days prior (Saturday the 6th) and witnessed the crowd in a pretty surly mood. The police were still on scene then and it was tense. So as I arrived on Wednesday I was on edge, I had heard on the news and seen other reports on social media about the area being controlled by warlords and armed patrols.
What I found was…