Inauguration Day

Trump’s Day One Today is the day that President-elect Trump becomes President Trump.  The Obama’s are out and the country is bracing for what the next four years will hold. To-date, I have lived through five American Presidents – each with their pros and cons, and none without flaw or error.  Donald Trump certainly has … Continue reading Inauguration Day

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Monster, or the Aftermath of Election Day

I've purposely avoided social media and WordPress for the last 48 hours.  I wanted to see what was going to happen after the election results came in and Donald Trump was named the President-Elect of the United States.  I didn't vote for either candidate of the major parties, but here's the thing: in American elections, … Continue reading Monster, or the Aftermath of Election Day

Be the Medic: An Opinion on Christianity & the 2016 Presidential Election

Are you voting for Donald Trump?  What about Hillary Clinton?  Do you plan to vote Third Party; an Evan McMullin, Gary Johnson, Darrell Castle, or Jill Stein?  Will you watch the system burn down from the comfort of your home, sitting on the couch wearing flannel pajamas, eating Chocolate Trinity ice cream because it helps … Continue reading Be the Medic: An Opinion on Christianity & the 2016 Presidential Election

Dear Church, or Losing My Religion

Editor's Note: July 4, 2016 This post was originally written on my phone during a plane ride and posted later that day after five hours of driving.  As a result of the time restraints I only had time to apply headers before posting.  Therefore, in this update I am adding source links to claims that … Continue reading Dear Church, or Losing My Religion

A Divided House, or Faith in Politics

If you've followed me for any length of time then you know that there are two things I am quite passionate about: Jesus, and Political discourse/activism Now don't get me wrong, I enjoy many other things as well.  I love to spend time with my family, I like writing, I'm currently enjoying the shows Chuck and The Man in … Continue reading A Divided House, or Faith in Politics