Monthly Archives: October 2016

Donald Trump, Sadness, and Loving Kindness

I heard some of Trump’s speech at the Al Smith Dinner last night, and I began to feel truly sad for him. As he was booed over and over again for inappropriate remarks about Clinton and could not seem to … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to the Fraternal Order of Police

Dear Members of the Fraternal Order of Police, I respect that you use democratic processes within your union to select which candidate you choose to endorse for the Presidency of the United States. I disagreed with your decision to endorse … Continue reading

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My Prayers for Oklahoma’s “Oilfield Prayer Day”

Oklahoma’s Governor Fallin has declared October 13, 2016 to be “OilField Prayer Day.” Here is the full text of the official proclamation: Whereas, Oklahoma is blessed with an abundance of oil and natural gas, allowing the state to be a … Continue reading

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The Case for Clinton

I have spent a great deal of time and effort giving warnings for why one should never vote for Donald Trump or do anything that would make it more likely for him to get elected, but the election is not … Continue reading

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