Tag Archives: Tucson Arizona

Report Card – A Brief Response to SOTU


Substance He had a few different jobs to do from a few separate perspectives. In the Eyes of the Left He had to lay out his agenda in a definitive manner and avoid digressing from the party script. He had … Continue reading

Posted in Budget and Economics, Christianity, Gun Debate, Healthcare, Immigration, Iraq, Patriotism, Political Polarization, Unity | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Lessons from a Little Old Lady – How Kinship Can Eclipse Polarization


Sunday night at dinner, as I was poking and prodding at the final remnants of my butternut squash ravioli, my grandfather turned to me and — in that matter-of-fact tone that only a family patriarch can pull off — said, … Continue reading

Posted in 2010 Midterm Elections, Gun Debate, Patriotism, Political Goings-On, Political Polarization, Unity | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

The Blame Game – Why Finger-pointing is Inappropriate in Tucson’s Immediate Aftermath


An opaque fog still shrouds the entire affair, but in the aftermath of Tucson, the fingers are already pointing. A valuable quality during times like this these — days and weeks that follow events that we wish we could do … Continue reading

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