Monthly Archives: May 2009

The Economy

I was recently checking a few other blogs the other day and came across the one from a collegue in Minnesota. I posted a link here if you are interested. Mr. Neal talks about tough choices he has had to … Continue reading

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Officer Memorial

Trooper Kyle P. Barber, 46, of the North Carolina Highway Patrol died on May 19th as a result of injuries he sustained when he was struck by a vehicle on January 2o, 2007. Trooper Barber was assisting another trooper who … Continue reading

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Remember Me

These days, most people see Memorial Day as the first 3 day weekend of the year. It would do well to consider that Memorial Day is just that, a time to reflect on those who have sacrificed and gave of … Continue reading

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Memorial Day

Please take time today to remember those who have given their lives in sacrafice to keep us safe and free.

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Mother’s Day

This is the first Mother’s Day without my mom. We went to church and listened to the platitudes of motherhood and watched as all the kids went back to their parents after the kids’ sermon and told their moms and … Continue reading

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I Am An American

I am an American. A product of a proud legacy of the struggle of an ever changing republic founded on principles of democratic governance and the rights of the individual and the common good of the many. Our path has … Continue reading

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Collateral Stress

I recently attended a recognition for the heroic efforts of those survivors who have been victims of crimes. There was time to remember those who have suffered from violence and those who have lost friends and family to acts of … Continue reading

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