“…ensure that deadlines for mail-in ballots are early enough so that the counting stops and the results are clear on Election Day,” posts the Wall Street Journal, July 31, 2020. No, we don’t want to delay the election, we just … Continue reading Delay the Election!
“Normalize Eating Ice Cream For Breakfast” — the most unique sign displayed yesterday at our Back the Blue rally in Brea. We were at the corner of Brea Blvd and Imperial Highway for two hours standing up for our police. It was not … Continue reading Stand Up
They want to lock you down now! Shut down everything and control your lives. Is your state among the 21 states? Florida (with a staggering 48.1 new daily cases per 100,000 people), Louisiana (46.2), Mississippi (43.5), Alabama (39.1), Arizona (36.6), Tennessee (34.1), … Continue reading Red Tippng Point
“So I say to you, walk with the wind, brothers and sisters, and let the spirit of peace and the power of everlasting love be your guide.” John Lewis leaves us with words of “peace and… everlasting love.” He penned … Continue reading Peace and…everlasting love
Come celebrate at the Back the Blue rally this Thursday night in Brea to express our appreciation for our police When: Thursday, July 30, 2020 Where: Corner of Brea Blvd/Imperial Highway in Brea Time: 5-7pm Plenty of parking plus several … Continue reading Back the Blue Rally
“Celebrate America’s Constitution,” says Pastor Jack Hibbs of the Calvary Church in Chino Hills in his Fourth of July message. 56 men in one room—wealthy, successful, smart—gave up their comfortable lives to establish a new way of life. The United States is great … Continue reading A Pastor Speaks Out!
As the observance and commemoration of John Lewis’s life resonate throughout our nation, I reflect upon Dr. Martin Luther King and his effect on me. There were many heroes and mentors in my life, women, and men whose actions and … Continue reading A lifetime honored
Our pastor ruminates about the Puritans “invading” the United States because they were escaping religious persecution. The myth becomes toxic as the Puritans excommunicate those not living up to their standards and cruelly taking native Indians’ land. Injustice pervades Christian history! … Continue reading And Forgiving
That’s a lot of money! But only the beginning for Covington Catholic High School student, Nicolas Sandmann, as his suits against news organizations that misrepresented an incident at the Lincoln Memorial in 2019. A total of 13 different news organizations may … Continue reading 250 MILLION DOLLARS
There’s a hole in the sole of my socks Made by bumps in my sole of my crocks Plain to see that four months’ inactivity Effected my poor brain’s declivity So enjoy the lighter side. Costco always has more socks … Continue reading Hole in the sole