Category Archives: Politics

Thought for Today (07/22/2020)

Late last year CBS put out a list of the 65 most murderous cities in the US.  Since they rated them by the number of murders per 100,000 people, these cities might not have the most murders, just the highest … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (07/15/2020)

Today, I watched a few videos.  One was a little boy who had lost not only his father when he was 4, but his mother when he was 6.  He then went to live with his aunt.  While living with … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (07/10/2020)

This age thing, along with the onset of forgetfulness, sucks.  Everyday, while doing other things, I have thoughts and think I want to share them later when I have completed whatever I am doing.  Then, when I sit down at … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (7/1/2020)

It is ironic that so close to Independence Day the Democrats are trying to attack our (in America at least) 2nd Amendment Right to bear arms. The claim is that by passing more laws, gun violence will decrease.  That is … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (06/27/2020)

What, if anything, do we as individuals owe our community, state, and country? I have spent close to a week pondering this thought.  Do we owe our societies at local, state, and federal level; or does society owe us? I … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (06/13/2020)

45 years ago today, I reported in to Great Lakes Naval Training Center in Illinois to start my military career.  It was the first time (growing up in rural Iowa) that I met and made friends with people of other … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (6/2/2020)

After days of protests, riots, and looting all over this nation and around the world, it is time to stop.  What happened to George Floyd by Derek Chauvin is horrendous and cannot be tolerated. Was it race related?  Unless someone … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (05/19/2020)

Have doctors succumbed to mission creep?  For many, the first thought is “What the heck is mission creep?” According to Wikipedia, which is amazingly accurate in this one definition, “Mission creep is the gradual or incremental expansion of an intervention, project … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (04/18/2020)

Today I am seeing the extreme left saying government (both federal and state) are reacting too slow and we all need to be basically under house arrest.  The extreme right is saying that if we don’t get back to work … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (04/17/2020)

This morning I woke up to a poll on a local radio show asking if it is time to open up the state again.  With more and more cases being discovered (yesterday 168 cases and 2 deaths from one factory … Continue reading

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