We have a pervasive problem in this country of unequal treatment, disparate levels of justice, and an attitude of entitlement. I’m not talking about some
outrageous views of poor, uneducated, law-breaking minorities. I’m talking about specially trained, majority, law enforcers who act without vigilance for justice. And we don’t want to talk about it. We want to limit the conversation to a couple of hashtags. You know the ones: #AllLivesMatter and #BlackLivesMatter.
I heard someone the other day chide that, in case we forgot, this day is Memorial Day, it is not National Barbeque Day.
We give thanks today for those who have served our country in the cause of freedom.
That’s true in the same way that Christmas is not Santa Claus Day and Easter is not about a bunny, Thanksgiving is not about Football, Independence Day is not about fireworks and Labor Day is not about marking the end of summer. Continue reading
Once upon a time, there were two single women. They were successful in their professional lives and admired by their friends. Each was given the same role of honor and
Some things only appear to be the same. Sometimes a mask conceals an underlying ugly truth.
responsibility in caring for her widowed and ailing mother. One chose to dishonor a relationship and hoard her power. The other chose to honor a relationship and share her power. Continue reading