True Diversity

What do we mean by the word diversity? In our day and time the word diversity means many different things and to many different people. In fact, one might add that the word “diversity” is an ambiguous term. Perhaps a definition from a dictionary may assist us with moving forward; here are a few examples: … Continue reading True Diversity

Amnesty: A slap in the face to all of us, not just to #Fruitpickers and #Bedmakers

I did not watch Pres. Obama's speech for a number of reasons, the main one being that I simply could not stand it. Instead, I read the transcript. Leave it to the lawyers and experts on the Constitution to duke it out, but, no matter how you cut it, this was a flagrant violation of … Continue reading Amnesty: A slap in the face to all of us, not just to #Fruitpickers and #Bedmakers

I’m Old Enough to Remember when referring to those who “Pick our fruit and Make Our Beds” was Racist

Is it just me or does Barack Obama's justification for amnesty deriding the "hypocrisy of a system where workers who pick our fruit and make our beds never have a chance to get right with the law?" sound less like King's: "I have a dream" or LBJ's "and we shall overcome." and more like Al … Continue reading I’m Old Enough to Remember when referring to those who “Pick our fruit and Make Our Beds” was Racist

If the Law is “Broken” it’s because people are breaking it

Last night the President went on TV to announce executive action on Amnesty to people who have violated immigration laws. The argument that we keep hearing is that the law is "broken" or immigration is "broken". Now I've seen power supplies broken, I've seen toys broken, I've heard of hearts "broken" but how does a … Continue reading If the Law is “Broken” it’s because people are breaking it