Saturday, March 25, 2017

Watching the Movies

I've grown really tired of all the BS going on in Washington. It just seems that stuff doesn't change. I refuse to be dismayed!

I've embarked on a new pastime....watching movies!

I don't watch network news and haven't in years. I get my news through a few, select Internet sites which have not steered me wrong.

But I digress....

Movies are a perfect escape from all that ails you! Forget the news, forget Washington, forget politics. Those folks are going to do what they do no matter what you say!

It's become very apparent that no matter who goes to Washington, nothing changes!

Once again, I digress.

MOVIES, I was going to talk about movies!

It's hard to find good movies to watch, but I keep trying.

Thank God for March Madness. I'm all in, although my tournament picks are a bust!

Saturday, April 16, 2016

Help For Sleep Apnea Patients...Like Me!

Anyone that suffers from sleep apnea knows the chronic tiredness, the irritability and the overall stress of not getting to sleep and staying asleep when you need to. I want to share a video about a device that offers tremendous hope for sleep apnea patients, like me.

This device can't come soon enough! If you want to help contribute to the development of the device, you can do so by going here.

I'm not getting paid by Airing, I just want to get this device in my hands (and on my nose) as soon as possible.

Sunday, January 31, 2016

All In for Cruz!

Not that anything I say or do will change the course of history, but I need to get in my 2 cents' worth.

You see, I supported Ted Cruz when he ran for the Senate in Texas back in 2012. (The photo above was taken when Rick Santorum came to Texas to throw his support behind Ted's run for the Senate.) I liked his message of smaller government, repealing Obamacare and eliminating the IRS, among other things. After winning, Ted Cruz went to Washington D.C. and did exactly what he said he'd do, no ifs, ands, or buts about it!

It's pretty hard to imagine a politician that actually does what he says he'll do during a campaign. Ted Cruz has proven to be an exception. Consequently, I trust him to represent ME!

He's getting hammered at every turn right now, just like he was when he ran for Senate. The thing of it is, if you really listen to him or get a chance to seem him in person, you'll understand. He speaks with conviction and you can't help but like him. As a result, he weathered the storm in Texas during his Senate run, and we're much better off for it. Now, he has to do it again, but on a national level.

Ted Cruz has my enthusiastic support as candidate from the Republican Party for President of the United States! I implore you to listen to him and truly hope that you'll give him the benefit of a doubt. I do not believe he'll disappoint you!

Sunday, July 5, 2015

Where Did All the Patriotism Go?

Maybe it's just me, but I hardly saw any flags in my neighborhood yesterday. I remember a time not too long ago when every single house you see would have a flag outside on the 4th of July. Has Independence Day lost its meaning? My flag flies proudly 24-7 and only comes down in the event of a threatening storm. I light it at night and usually glance at it through the window on my way to bed.

I decided to replace the Gadsden flag with the Appeal to Heaven flag. Perhaps it will do more to inspire.

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Eric Casebolt: McKinney Scapegoat

Eric Casebolt, the McKinney, Texas Police Corporal at the center of a viral video surrounding a teen pool party, has resigned.

Corporal Casebolt was the senior officer responding to a disturbance involving multiple teens, both black and white, that crashed a private pool party. According to sources at the venue, teens disregarded a security guard's refusal to allow entry based on the fact that they were not a part of the community. In other words, this community pool is open only to paying members of the neighborhood. In defiance of the security guard, numerous teens jumped the fence and entered the pool, refusing to leave when confronted by security.

So, when the police arrived, there were altercations taking place among those attending, both invited and uninvited. What's a cop to do?

I'm not a police officer and I've never been in the military, so I have to base my impressions on common sense. I don't think the McKinney cop did anything wrong. The kids on the sidewalk were REFUSING to listen to lawful orders to disburse or comply. Why do teens love to tempt fate?

At any rate, another police officer charged with protecting the rights of those in his community has been forced to resign. When I say forced, I'm talking about succumbing to the prevailing heat, whether real or imagined.

If I wanted someone to protect my community, I'd hire Eric Casebolt in a heart beat.