A time for compromise

A time for compromise

Our political differences, between political parties, are nothing new and have been a part of our history since our founding, but now it seems the Cold War, between the United States and the Soviet Union, has replaced the adversaries to be the liberals and conservatives; between neighbors, co-workers and family members. What is the end … Continue reading

Pleasant Life of Paducah – My Photography Blog

Pleasant Life of Paducah – My Photography Blog

I have loved photography for a long time, and when I decided to begin taking my own photographs for my articles, I learned that I loved it even more. Here is a link to my new Photography Blog showcasing Paducah, Kentucky and the Jackson Purchase region. Some Photographs that I have posted to the site:

A message of empathy to the far right

A message of empathy to the far right

Protecting our constitutional rights is the reason given by many different conservative groups today, and for different reasons, but the idea of freedom and rights is strong in all of us, no matter who you are. Close your eyes and imagine different groups saying that you are not entitled to the rights given to everyone … Continue reading

We shall endure

We shall endure

We have endured a civil war, multiple depressions and recessions, dreadful Supreme Court decisions, regional and world wars, a cold war, and divisive partisan rhetoric, but now it seems to some, due to our current political and economic hardships, that our government needs to return to an interpretation of the Constitution that was argued over … Continue reading

Saboteurs amongst us

Saboteurs amongst us

The attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act and to defund it by threatening to shut down the government are starting sound a lot like a faction of hired saboteurs, seduced by the love of money and power. They appear to be deluded in the erroneous belief that they are doing what is best for … Continue reading