I was able to cry for help, and they answered. But that’s not the reality for everyone. Most kids don’t talk to their parents. They don’t ask for help. Or their parents don’t want to believe that their kid can have a mental illness, even if it’s ok to struggle.
Nearly the entirety of what is coming out of Washington lately are ideas and legislation to get our economy “back on track”. Now I could go into a loooonnnnngggg dissertation as to what we could have/should have done differently, but that is pointless. The fact of the matter is: Washington is committed to fixing theContinue reading “Hey Washington – remember economics?”
https://tiny.iavian.net/19z2e This has been going on for quite a while now. Both of the major political parties try to manipulate rules to push what they want through absent any compromise or negotiation with each other. This kind of governance will keep splitting this country further and further apart.
I’ve been questioned recently about groups I support. More specifically – about a decal I have on my personal vehicle. Am I part of a far right extremist group? I support free speech. I support freedom of religion. Anyone that knows me at all knows I support the right to keep and bear arms. SoContinue reading “Am I “Far Right”?”
AM writers hard at it this morning…
I find it very disconcerting that some people are willing to roll over and give up the fight when it comes to our rights and freedoms. “I might lose friends.” “It’s just not worth my career.” Or my (least) favorite: “The government is going to win anyway.” This is not and cannot be the attitudeContinue reading “Now is not the time to become complacent!”
This may be the single most stupid thing I’ve heard…
Downtime with Ant…
let me be CRYSTAL CLEAR on this. The debt IS NOT canceled. It is merely shifted to another borrower – without their consent. I have a college degree. I paid my student loan debt. I have two daughters in college. They will pay any student loan debt they may incur. Incurring debt is a contract.Continue reading “Canceling Student Loan Debt”
In my first installment, I shared my fears on censorship of social media and the danger it presents. A danger so great it could lead to history repeating itself. So, what can we do about it? Fight! Fight as if your life depended on it. Because it might. Many have forsaken Facebook, Twitter and theContinue reading “The Danger of Social Media Censorship – what to do about it.”