In today's episode, I have to open with more revelations from the head of the Texas State Police, Steven C. McCraw. One of the teachers who died was still alive after being shot. She called her husband to tell him that very thing and when he tried to advance, he was stopped by other officers,… Continue reading Uvalde revelations get worse, a two-tiered system, gas tax gimmick and disconnected media
Today's episode begins with a discussion of Memorial Day. It is an American holiday that started off as Decoration Day after the end of the Civil War. The day evolved and eventually became a Federal holiday in 1971. It's important to remember that Memorial Day is a somber holiday. We are so used to saying… Continue reading Memorial Day and more on Uvalde school shooting
In today's episode, I am able to get into more details of the mass-shooting that took place at Robb Elementary in Texas. This is why I always prefer to wait a few days before diving into details, because I know it takes a few days before we start to get a clearer picture. Today I… Continue reading A hero, an idiot, a villain, and an empty chest
In today's episode, I can't believe I have to open with an explanation of inanimate objects. To illustrate, I took my handgun out recently, put it on the table and yelled at it. I called it names, I mocked it, belittled it, made it feel inferior and unloved. No matter what I tried, I could… Continue reading Inanimate objects Second order solutions and Vitamin D
In today's episode, I am going to attempt to discuss why these mass-shootings keep happening. It's not what I had planned. But, it is something capturing the attention of much of the country, if not the world. It always does when we have a senseless act like what just happened at an elementary school in… Continue reading Why do these mass-shootings keep happening?