Category: gun control

What happens in Vegas: it will never be the same

It’s been months since I have written a word. Maybe it’s because I have been too disgusted with the world we are living in these days that has rendered me silent. But this, this latest in the trend of the “largest mass shooting in US History” has caused my writers block to dissipate. I call... Read more »

San Bernardino Shooting: when is this ever, ever going to end?

San Bernardino Shooting: when is this ever, ever going to end?
Just another day. Sitting in my office as it grows dark on what was a gloomy winter day, door locked and nervous to go outside. Ridiculous I know – why would I be afraid to walk outside here? Why wouldn’t I be? Trying to get some work done on my computer as the news flashes... Read more »

Trayvon Martin and Cory Monteith: having cancer as the world swirls around me

Trayvon Martin and Cory Monteith: having cancer as the world swirls around me
By now it’s fairly well known that I am dealing with a second case of breast cancer. It’s not known around the world or anything such as that, it’s known within my circle of friends and family and those kind enough to read this blog. The past few weeks have been like a surreal dream.... Read more »
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Gun control and the hypocrisy of celebrities: we should demand that ends now

Gun control and the hypocrisy of celebrities: we should demand that ends now
Just a few days ago I had gone to see the new Quentin Tarantino movie “Django Unchained”. Following the Sandy Hook tragedy I have been very sensitive to anything shooting related. Going to see the movie was of course a huge mistake as it was filled with shooting death after shooting death, so much so... Read more »