Monthly Archives: June 2015

A Good Day for a Drive…

I haven’t been out recently so following an invitation to come to Duncan I decided what the hell.  It was a gorgeous day and I was well within my budget requirements.  Yes I have mileage budgets that I pay attention to. Based on my current budget and the price of gas I can drive about […]
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Does Political Correctness Change Racism?

I was as saddened this past week as millions were when Dylann Roof boldly (I’m suppose to use “allegedly” here but he has admitted to his actions) and viciously killed nine people in a historical church in Charleston, South Carolina.  Unfortunately I wasn’t shocked which is even more saddening.  Apparently Sandy Hook taught us nothing. […]
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The Fathers Day That Just About Wasn’t

To all of the father’s out there happy Fathers Day.  My own father passed away in 1998 due to cancer so for him I always light a candle on this day.  I still miss him and unfortunately I don’t have any real pictures of him.  Fathers Day, for me, takes on a special meaning.  I’m […]
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A Long Life, A Short Illness

I have been following the Truth and Reconciliation Commission process for some time now.  Needless to say I was glued to Newsworld this morning when they released the final report.  I was very surprised to hear the final residential school didn’t close down until 1996.  That is not ancient history.  Being raised in an institution […]
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