The Change of Greatness

We want to believe everything they promise and hope that the world will change the way they say it will. They somehow are in tuned with all of our hardships and trials and they act as if they want to listen to our concerns. They seem genuine and honest, they even make us feel like they understand and can relate.  They are always going to make a change and always going to make things great again. If only they had to run for re-election more often. As much as I hate the negativity and the empty promises, the campaign funding and volunteers calling me on the weekends. Maybe if they knew we had control more often maybe they would be less likely to forget the lies they told to earn our vote in the first place. That’s the other thing, give us control and make our votes count not some electorate who doesn’t have to follow the popular vote cast by We The People. Continue reading

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Who is pushing who?

In the spirit of what Martin Luther King Jr. fought and died for, let us remember he protested peacefully and his message carried far beyond his own life and inspired men, women, and children of all races. Sometimes our anger for what seems unfair clouds our own judgment and makes us no better than those who created the injustice. Let us not push so hard for racial justice that we become racist ourselves. We also must try to resist the influence of the media, question not authority, question all that you read, see, or hear because the media is merely a point of view that may not necessarily be yours to own.