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Location: Yardley, PA (Bucks County), United States

Monday, October 12, 2015

Constantly Blaming Others - Bucks County Courier Times October 17, 2015

     Most violent predatory killers aren’t mentally ill and the vast majority of those with mental illness aren’t dangerous.  We have a profound value-of-life and a severe chronic national character problem and not one of gun ownership.  But if we must blame mental illness then those afflicted are easily identified.  They’re the ones constantly attacking the law-abiding gun owner for the behavior of criminals and relentlessly blaming the NRA for protecting the most fundamental rights of all Americans.
     Way too many feel the need to shift the responsibility of the failures of an individual to an inanimate object incapable of independent thought or legislated policy rather than to hold them accountable for their actions.  The first step to solving this problem, then, would be to determine which of our own behaviors are creating the environment that we’re all concerned about and stop seeking a nation of even more helpless victims that’s becoming increasingly more dangerous.

Our Extraordinary Failure - Bucks County Courier Times August 25, 2015

     Where we are today on the most fundamental premise of common decency should remove any gray area of why our nation is in such a shambles.  Even our own elected officials are writing opinion pieces in support of an organization that would make even Mengele blush.
     At the very core of our being is the value that we place on life.  The recent expose of Planned Parenthood placing a scissors into the chin of a fully gestated baby and cutting through his or her face to remove the brain for resale makes every one of us no better than those of Nazi Germany.
     While you carry on with your “golden calf” worship you can be assured that nothing in your empty lives will change until you stand in awe of life in its most basic form as the foundation from which everything else originates.  The extraordinary failure is ours with predictable results that speak for themselves.