Articles from July 2015



On Gratitude

I’m in a bit of a pensive mood tonight and finding myself the mid-shift Duty Officer, it seems as if I have the chance to get something up for us all to consider. Life indeed hands us some unexpected and downright unpleasantness. Be not troubled because He who is really in control has a plan

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Happy Belated 4th

“How can it be happy?”, you might ask, pointing rightly to the seemingly endless line of grievances, insults, defeats and crimes our beloved Republic has suffered at the hands of our enemies. To which I answer: “For the same reason any birthday is a happy occasion, no matter what the temporary circumstances might be at

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Well That’s A Relief

I was really concerned that 6th grade girls wouldn’t be able to afford birth control. IUDs are now additions to the 6th Grade Curriculum in 13 Seattle area schools. The state sets aside medicaid funds for the Take Charge program offers free birth control for a year. Interestingly enough the Take Charge web page URL

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Spitting On The Corps

Hey I’m as tolerant as the next person on the gay ‘issue’, but some things are just too sacrosanct to use as props. Here is a prime example that just sickens me. The implication that last Friday’s SCOTUS ruling can be likened to the sheer hell that our courageous Marine Corps faced taking that mountain

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