• Who put the NRA in charge of our national security?

    December 11, 2015

    “I have supported legislation in the past which would place reasonable and careful restrictions on the use of firearms, and I am co-sponsoring S.1…I believe this bill would impose necessary controls without unduly curtailing the use of firearms for legitimate sport shooting or hunting, and without curtailing the lawful activity of sport gun clubs. “Basically… [Read More]

    The most wonderful time

    December 10, 2015

    Black Friday has come and gone. The Thanksgiving leftovers are either frozen or thrown out. The Christmas decorations have gone up and the wish lists are out. Yes, fellow Americans, it’s the wonderful time of year. The Christmas season brings out the best in everyone and it’s here. For the past 11 months people have… [Read More]

    Game on!!

    December 10, 2015

    If you have not noticed it as of yet…we are already in the political season for 2016 and that is saying it mildly. For many it seems that we just finished the last cycle only a few months ago. And with each passing day it appears that someone is always running for some public office… [Read More]

    Week 4: A grateful heart

    November 20, 2015

    “Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.” – 1 Thessalonians 5:18 The Apostle Paul admonished the church at Thessalonica to give God thanks in all circumstances. When one expresses thanksgiving to others, they are offering grateful acknowledgement of benefits or favors. When thanksgiving is given to God,… [Read More]

    It’s okay to feel good

    November 20, 2015

    Are you feeling good? For some reason people in the world have an aversion to feeling good. We find all kinds of reasons to keep from feeling good and enjoying life. We create problems out of situations and let the past rule our present. Well from now on, I am here to officially say, “It’s… [Read More]

    We are united

    November 20, 2015

    Student protests on college campuses are not something new in America. Throughout our history, there have been numerous college student activities that highlight their dissatisfaction with a political, social or academic issue. As a result, students have mobilized on their college campuses to demonstrate and voice their dissatisfaction to the college administration. A number of… [Read More]

    Educated for poverty

    November 6, 2015

    If a lion takes his cub to the antelope and tells him to raise him to be a lion, what do you think the antelope will do? Will the antelope raise the lion to be a fierce hunter? Is it in the best interests of the antelope to have the cub grow up to be… [Read More]

    Living along the margins

    November 6, 2015

    In the minds of many, the standing of any great nation should not be found in how large its economy becomes, the projected power of its standing military, the amount of scholars it produces, the size of its manufacturing base…but should be measured by how it treats its people regardless of their socioeconomic status. Regardless… [Read More]

    Love kindness

    October 26, 2015

    By: Mike Robertson Special to the Milwaukee Times What exactly do we mean when we put these two words together? How do we identify Kindness and how do we show we actually Love kindness? In this case Love is a verb which requires specific action. So, as we begin this column let us realize that… [Read More]

    Misery and addiction

    October 22, 2015

    People have an unnatural addiction to misery. This is one reason CNN and MSNBC report news constantly without interruption. They are supplying misery for consumption by the viewer to satisfy their need. The viewer is the addict and media is the dealer. The media isn’t the only suppliers of misery. Misery is big business and… [Read More]