Archive for December 2012
Christmas has come and passed, bringing forth a week of excitement toward the new year, 2013. Christmas is a time for family and reflection. Reflect on self, reflect on the past, present, and future. Plenty of individuals use the new year to make amends, to rid bad habits, develop good habits, reach for self-made promises,... Read more »
‘Twas the night before Armageddon, when all through the shelter, Not a person was moving, only all feeling a swelter, The canned foods and dried fruit sat quietly in the 3,000 sq. ft. pantry, And radioactive jumpsuits waiting by the readied gantry. The paranoid sat, snug in their folding chairs, With images of blazing asteroids... Read more »
Gun owners defend their right to own a gun using the Second Amendment. Victims of gun violence have the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness – as do all Americans. But I pose a simple question of the supposed “altruistic utopian” that American paints for itself: As a gun owner, do you... Read more »
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