Monthly Archives: December 2012

I’m officially disgusted. How about term limits?

> Like most of the rest of America, I am really tired of politics. CNN had a story this morning about the milk cliff. Really? Is this what we have come to? Will we face the gun safety cliff when … Continue reading

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Put a teacher in every gunshop

For a group that believes in smaller government and less taxes, the NRA certainly proposed a brilliant to solution to the gun safety crisis in our country. There are some 67,000 public elementary schools in America, some 100,000 public schools … Continue reading

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Of all the issues …

I find it fascinating that in just one week’s time, I have become one of the targets of those that oppose any regulation on guns, gun safety, and gun ownership in America. I am actually ok with all that — … Continue reading

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It’s been a few days since I, along with over 300 college and university presidents, shared an open letter on the issue of gun safety in America. Here’s the link to the story on HuffPost. It’s received a lot … Continue reading

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Open letter from 160+ College and University Presidents

Presidents Lawrence M. Schall of Oglethorpe University and Elizabeth Kiss of Agnes Scott College, both in Atlanta, Georgia, have released an open letter regarding gun safety legislation, co-signed by more than 160 college and university presidents from across the country. … Continue reading

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Why is it not time…?

Riding home from a meeting early this afternoon, I learned of the next horrific mass murder that has just occurred in our dear United States. The commentator offered the thought that this is not the time to start a debate … Continue reading

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I have taken quite a long break from blogging. The election cycle was exhausting and everybody had an opinion about everything. It didn’t seem like one more voice could add much of anything to the conversation. I am not sure … Continue reading

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