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How’s the political world treating you these days? Do you feel as though the “other side” is working with a completely different set of facts? Do you feel as though “they” have constructed their own reality and will do whatever it takes to protect it? Do they make no sense and refuse to acknowledge clear […]
I’ve seen it over and over again. On Twitter. In the comments. On Facebook. This idea that it would be better to stop an entire group of people from being in this country because, well, some of them are dangerous. Some of them are criminals. And this is true. Even with a vetting process that […]
On Saturday, 4 million people around the world marched in what was the largest peaceful protest in the history of the planet. And we were there. My wife, my daughter, my son and I made signs, packed snacks, and drove to the state capitol to stand up for something. But what? You know what? Let […]
You may know who Keith Munslow is. Certainly if you have been hanging around this site for a while you will remember. He wrote Edward’s theme song. He drew us a picture. He is generally amazing. And he has a new album out. This time he is joined by Bridget Brewer, which is appropriate as […]
Something is coming. Can you feel it on the wind? That biting chill that comes just before devastation? Can you see it? The shadow on the horizon is growing. It’s not far off anymore. In fact, it’s here. That void, that nothing, is on its way to destroy. Things will be dismantled. Comforts will be […]