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Guilty (an acrostic poem)

Grace without conditions was what was needed

Unless justice was allowed to prevail

I sat there, the proverbial gavel in my hand

L… 39 more words

Acrostic Poem

Joe Arpaio explains Senate run

Former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who was convicted of criminal contempt for defying a court order, discusses his run for the US Senate and his… 16 more words


Adnan Syed's guilt or innocence?

Have you ever felt everything go into slow motion, voices in the background, ears buzzing, heart racing and your eyes glisten with tears unwillingly? How about sitting in a courtroom about to witness the worst day of your life. 1,180 more words

Sheriff pardoned by Trump runs for Senate

Joe Arpaio, the Republican former Maricopa County sheriff known for his hard-line immigration tactics and received a pardon from President Donald Trump, says he’s running for Senate in Arizona. 59 more words


Living With Sir Edwin Watson

It’s been a while.  The little guy has been keeping me busy.

Sir Edwin Watson (aka Eddie) is highly food motivated, and sometimes that gets him in trouble. 11 more words

Are men accused of harassment being denied their due process? Or are the victims?

(Source: www.vox.com)

On Friday, the New York Times published an op-ed by the writer Daphne Merkin mourning the death of due process as a result of the post-Weinstein… 1,218 more words


Building in God #5 Staying Humble


I want to share the following passage with you today:

“Better a dry crust with peace” than feasting with strife” Is a passage that has come to me over and over again. 237 more words