Tuesday, November 8, 2022, is Election Day. You’ve probably have heard it said before and they’ll say it […]
I wanted to give you guys the most conclusive information on the “delayed” police response to the Uvalde […]
By Ken Gulley Horrified, disgusted, broken… there are a myriad of words to describe the horrors one feels […]
At various times it has been said that a particular piece of music is the “song of our generation.” For the Boomers, it may well have been “Hey Jude” by the Beatles, or for Gen X, perhaps something like “Landslide” by Fleetwood Mac. It is, admittedly, hard to pick just one. But it is a fruitful exercise to look at the artistic output of an age, particularly its music, as a way of understanding its people, the associated dreams and hurts, and the zeitgeist itself.
Hope in the darkness, a prodigal journey. by CH The following events began on Saturday, January 8, 2011. […]
There is some real false equivalence going on online right now surrounding the supposed moral incoherence of a religious exemption for the COVID vaccine due to the involvement of aborted cell lines and (in the case of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines) human desecration and vivisection in the development of these vaccines. The truth is, there is a crucial difference between origin and later misuse that rends the arguments against religious exemption invalid.
That was a mouthful, so let’s break it down.
By Ken Gulley You’ve probably read it a few times right now, “this is Biden’s Benghazi.” As miserable […]
By Ken Gulley If you are watching the “2020 Olympics, ” you’re in rare company. Political activism has […]
By Ken Gulley A number of friends have reached out to me in hopes of hearing a Police […]
By Ken Gulley April 12, 2021 While the trial of former Minneapolis police officers continues to captivate the […]