The Death Penalty, Abortion, and Morality
Every person is a product of their environment. If they are fortunate enough to be brought up in an intact family, that family and their beliefs form the basis of one’s beliefs. This writer was raised a Catholic and I confess that as I grow older, I am relying more that faith. Thus, I would say that I am likely a product of my Catholic upbringing to some | Read More »
Recently, a piece of human scum was executed in Texas- Humberto Leal. To restate his crime, he was convicted of murdering and raping a 16-year old in 1994. Not only did he rape her with a stick, which he left in her bloodied nude body, but she was bludgeoned with a 35 pound piece of asphalt. The US Supreme Court, in an unsigned opinion, decided | Read More »
Understanding Narcissism is Understanding Obama
It’s often quite difficult to talk about once having been an abused spouse because it elicits expressions of sympathy and overshadows the point of the posts or articles. It’s not about sympathy for me but looking out for my country. I’m okay. We are not okay. There have been a few times when I’ve said that Obama reminds me of my ex-husband. My ex-husband is | Read More »
Pointing a finger at the enablers of Jose Ernesto Medellin’s execution.
Never mind that he was convicted of raping and murdering two teenagers (14 and 16); the International Court of Justice and the United Nations both wanted Medellin not to be executed, and what is the State of Texas to argue with them? Well… it’s a State in the USA, which means that it actually has rights that the federal government is not in fact empowered | Read More »