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Unfriended: GAP – Day 226

Unfriended: GAP – Day 226

Today’s GAP post is for attitude. I was unfriended yesterday by a long time, dear friend of mine. She sent me this message to explain: Fair enough. If you follow me on social media, you are probably well aware of my quite strong opinions as they relate to the current state of governance of our country. … Continue reading

So much to say: GAP – Day 180

So much to say: GAP – Day 180

Today’s GAP post is for attitude. I cannot believe the news we are hearing over the past week coming out of Washington. There are so many scandals blowing open all at once. The reporting on each of them is as vast as the political bias of the media outlet or pundit. I have so much to … Continue reading

The Truth on Benghazi: GAP – Day 172

The Truth on Benghazi: GAP – Day 172

Today’s GAP post is for attitude. I am just sickened over this whole Benghazi situation…. If you didn’t just click off this post, let me explain. It is amazing to me how massively political the deaths have become. From the Obama Administration, we hear that it was a spontaneous protest; the result of a youtube video … Continue reading

Don’t Tread on Me: GAP – Day 54

Don’t Tread on Me: GAP – Day 54

Today’s GAP post is for attitude. I’m not going to try not to make this post a rant… forgive me in advance if it becomes one. I have to admit that I am struggling with the current debate and actions of people and government over gun control. For the life of me, I cannot understand … Continue reading

Politics and Leadership: GAP – Day 46

Today’s GAP post is for attitude. As you already know, our legislators finally agreed on a deal for the fiscal cliff, only 1 day beyond the self-imposed deadline. I’m sure we can all appreciate that they finally figured out a way to come together on a plan that will benefit most Americans. If you know … Continue reading

These are the times….

“These are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands by it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with … Continue reading

Brutal and divisive election cycle

This election cycle has been one of the most brutal and divisive periods I’ve ever experienced. In fact, I think the divide in our country has grown significantly over the past 5 years. It seems our country has fundamentally shifted in ideals and ideology. It’s evident even in my personal life, where friendships have been … Continue reading

In a word: Disappointed

The men in this picture took their pursuit of life and liberty seriously. They believed that all men should have the freedom to live according to their own creed and merit of their efforts. Hundreds of thousands of men and women have paid the ultimate price to protect freedom, and make it available for the … Continue reading