Archive for June, 2009

The Era of Infidelity

Over the past week, we’ve heard of the shocking announcements of two high-ranking elected officials having cheated on their wives. The reality of these announcements is that I found in my discussions with people that they were not really shocked. Unfortunately, we’ve all become too accustomed to these types of actions by elected officials, movie stars, and corporate executives. › Continue reading

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Monday, June 29th, 2009 Politics Comments Off on The Era of Infidelity

Today’s Tiananmen Square

If for one second anyone thinks what’s going on in Iran right now is nothing like the Tiananmen Square of 1989, you would be sorely wrong! I watched the YouTube video of a girl in Iran who was peacefully protesting with her father right before being gunned down. What shocked me was that when I watched the video on YouTube, that there were only a little over 18,000 views. › Continue reading

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Monday, June 22nd, 2009 Government Comments Off on Today’s Tiananmen Square

Why We Are Still Vulnerable

I’m sure by now that many of you have heard about the shooting at the Holocaust Memorial Museum on Wednesday in Washington, D.C. We all share our prayers and sadness for security guard Stephen Tyrone Johns, who while in the process of doing his job was shot dead by a domestic terrorist. › Continue reading

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Friday, June 12th, 2009 Human Interest Comments Off on Why We Are Still Vulnerable
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