December 17, 2013 By Rick
Pope Francis’ message is one that he also lives daily by eschewing fancy digs, fancy wheels and the excesses of wealth. He talks it — and he walks it. But it would be wrong to assign a political philosophy to his profound demonstration of faith.
December 6, 2013 By Rick
The newest media push is polyamorous relationships, which I’ve now witnessed being depicted on several specials and news reports as a reasonable alternative to traditional marriage. Many find it difficult to understand us “Neanderthals” who bristle at the thought of constantly having to accept new lifestyles. ABC news, for example, asks us to “have an open mind” and consider whether “they have a point.”
November 27, 2013 By Rick
The “knock-out game” is anything but a game. And from what we’ve seen so far, it may be a wave of hate crimes. We have to stamp out these acts of pure cowardice, and police need to focus not just on the attackers, but on the videographers as well.
November 21, 2013 By Rick
I’ve always believed that George Zimmerman and OJ Simpson had much in common, but it became crystal clear this week when I heard his girlfriend tell 911 operators that “he knows how to do it, he knows how to play the game.”
October 30, 2013 By Rick
Why is Andy Lopez dead? One look at him reminds me how he could be my son, or yours. He could be any kid in America — and he should be alive. Andy Lopez is a victim of our own exaggerated media-driven fears to which even grown men and women in uniform have succumbed.