Author Archives: sturner2
I am taking an Organizational Behavior class and this was the discussion question: Is job satisfaction over rated in the U.S.A.? No, job satisfaction is not overrated, just mis-understood. Certainly I have strong opinions of many things of which this … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged behaviors, belief, choice, conspiracy, Consumerism, decisions, Employment, Entertainment, entitlement, happiness, Job satisfaction, kgb, media, Organizational Behavior, perspective, psychology, Sherry Turkle 1 Comment
Yesterday I watched YouTube videos of testimonies at the Gun Control Hearings. Over the past weeks we have heard many debates and testimonies on gun control. These have centered on the Second Amendment, self-defense, hunting, sport shooting, and semi-automatic weapons. … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Agrarianism, Coach, fire, food, Gucci, Gun control, Jordans, Mercedes, Need, Second Amendment, testimony, tyranny Leave a comment
Be Heard, our First Amendment Responsibility
The Founding Fathers of the United States had many disagreements in developing our Constitution. Slavery was one such issue. Apparently no one spoke loudly enough against it until in 1831 a man named William Lloyd Garrison, started a newspaper called … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Actions, Bill of Rights, Citizenship, Debate, Declaration of Independence, First Amendment, Founding Fathers of the United States, freedom, Government, liberty, Nonviolence, obligation, Responsibility, Second Amendment, United States Constitution, William Lloyd Garrison 1 Comment
Arms: not specifically guns, or sporting.
While the Newtown Connecticut incident struck our hearts as an attack upon innocence, the assault on the Second Amendment is a naiveté of powers and sovereignties. The following is a quote of Kitty Werthmann as presented in an article titled, … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged AR-15, assualt, Constitution, Control, defense, freedom, Guns, liberty, Newtown, protection, rifle, Right to keep and bear arms, Second Amendment to the United States Constitution, self-defense, Semi-automatic, Shooting, Thomas Jefferson, Tragedy, tyranny Leave a comment
Where do we start?
When I read and listen to all the discussion on Gun Control I still come to the same conclusions. Guns are tools. Laws are ineffective against law breakers. Mainstream media offers mass carnage, and encourages disrespect and racism for consumption. … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Armenian Genocide, Evil, Gun control, Holocaust, laws, Legislation, marriage, Mass media, Newtown, rules, Semi-automatic firearm, Television, World Trade Center Leave a comment
In contemplating the events in Newtown Connecticut yesterday (12/14/12) I wonder, as many do, what causes a person to erupt in such a violent manner as to kill innocents, much less children. The media repeated the story all day. The … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Control, Evil, Guns, Jim Jones, Killer, Knifes, Murder, Semi-automatic, Shooting, Timothy McVeigh 2 Comments
“If we look for justice, we will only begin to complain and to indulge ourselves in the discontent of self-pity, as if to say, ‘Why should I be treated like this?’” (Oswald Chambers) What if I am… having a bad … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged apathy, caring, culture, empathy, genetics, hatred, racism, tolerance 3 Comments
I just finished reading and article by the New York Times titled, Best Friends Living Worlds Apart by Mirita Ojito. http://www.nytimes.com/library/national/race/060500ojito-cuba.html My take on this piece is what I feel is typical of our media in the United States and … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Cuba, Interpersonal relationship, marriage, Race (classification of humans), relationship 1 Comment
The simple things like smiling or saying “Hi.” The joy of a handshake of an admirer, or better, a photo shot with them. The complex things such being a mom, a dad, a husband, a wife, teenage years, and religion. … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Cancer, children, Courageous, Dyrk, Fire Fighter, firefighter, Strong Leave a comment
Watching you grow; The boy you were, Now the man I know. Tis what life’s about, The promises to come, And dreams lived out. When all is done, My everyday joy, Is calling you son.
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Dreams, Father's Day, joy, Promises, Sons 2 Comments