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From time-to-time, my mind gets cluttered with stuff that does not quality for an editorial, but certainly worthy of being addressed. News comes at us so fast these days and we are often overwhelmed and don’t take time to consider or examine what is really happening and why. Here are a few issues that have me curious:
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We are about to welcome in a new year and with it comes, well, who knows what! One thing is certain, some things will not change and may in fact, become more pronounced. As a nation divided, there are numerous issues facing us and I question if any of them will change for the better in 2019. What I’m presenting is nothing new, but I feel compelled to address a few of the issues for posterity sake. Who knows, someone might put it in a ‘time capsule’ for a future generation to read and grimace, questioning how we could have allowed ourselves to get to this point.
It’s often confusing trying to understand the difference between Islam, Islamists and Muslims based on how they are presented and referred to in various articles and the media. As someone who lived and worked in two Muslim countries and understands their religious mindset, I still find it difficult to determine exactly what we are being told and why. The simple fact is: There is only ‘one’ difference between all Muslims, the language they speak (based on their country of origin). That’s it! They all follow the same religion, Islam.
Until I created a meme last week to make a point about the Second Amendment, I had never considered the significance of why God had written the Ten Commandments in ‘stone’. The more I thought about it, the more it intrigued me and sparked my interest. Papyrus paper was widely used in Egypt for writing and recording information and the Israelites escaping from Egypt would have known that. God could have easily told Moses to write the commandments on papyrus, but he didn’t. Why was that?
The Patriot’s Editorial: All of us have heard the saying: ‘One man’s junk is another man’s treasure’ and that is certainly true when it comes to ‘Crumbs’! Nothing could have put this into perspective more than the recent political statement regarding company bonuses immediately following the tax cut. So, I thought it might be enlightening to examine this ‘junk versus treasure’ comment to determine what was really said and why.
When I first heard about this a couple of months ago, I couldn’t believe my ears. It’s difficult to fathom the reality and seriousness of what I’ve been reading. The left is claiming Toxic Male Masculinity is a disease and must be eradicated with great haste. Wow, really? Do I have it?
I recently read a Facebook post that was asking why do we need semi-automatic and automatic weapons. Well, the first thing we need is some education on the difference between those two types of weapons. Individuals that own and love guns as I do, know and understand the difference. There are three types of weapons and I will explain each one and show how they actually operate and why some are legal to own and others are not.
They Kiss Babies, Then Steal Their Formula!
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