There are a few companies that stand against the tide of stupidity and kudos to anyone who is willing to put their livelihood on the line to support balance and common sense instead of the current trend of lunacy.
One of the people was surprised that a church group would buy the camp and then limit scouting groups from using it. That ain’t very Christian is it? Well I agreed. It is not very Christian.
The clarity of which I understand their misunderstanding brings a smile to my heart.
I simply want a common sense conversation here that doesn’t involve adding a crippling tax burden to my children for something else that doesn’t solve any issues that we are facing.
…it represents the first year that more US residents read my blog than everyone else in the world combined.
I haven’t written in a while but this man is one of my favorite people in the world. His writings have helped me find balance in spite of his occasional unbalance; perhaps because of it.
why not give strangers access to all your info on FB? What could go wrong?
I cannot sit idly by and watch a government strip me of my right to perform my most fundamental duties, and I cannot sit by when another person says that I should.
I can’t even identify half the junk he has back there but he is probably going home to weld together some great modern art for some city council to burn tax dollars on.
council meetings were more like a quidditch match at Hogwarts than anything that resembled a municipal governing body