Enough is Enough

Where do we draw the line between freedom of speech and hatred? I asked myself this question several times over the past few weeks, and have still not found an answer. There are pros and cons to the First Amendment. The pros are that everyone has a voice, and has the freedom to state their … More Enough is Enough

Good will toward men

We forget so easily about the power of peace during times of war. Few people remember the peaceful leaders and idolize the ones that start wars. Heroes are not people who kill senselessly because their government told them to. They are willing to fight for something in which they believe. Not because they were told … More Good will toward men

United We Stand

Yesterday about an hour before I was to go into work I logged into Twitter and started reading a series of tweets that horrified me. Newton, Connecticut has become the only thing the news deems worth of reporting since a 20 year old man named Adam Lanza killed 26 people in Sandy Hook Elementary School. … More United We Stand

Wake Up and Smell the Common Sense

It seems that in the last few years (especially since Obama’s election in 2008, for some reason), more and more Christians are speaking out against simple changes. Every time someone mentions taking “one nation under God” out of the Pledge of Allegiance, hoards of Christians flock to defend the idea that America was founded on Christian principles. … More Wake Up and Smell the Common Sense