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Monday, September 28, 2015

Sharp thinking

If Hungary can so quickly put up a razor-sharp fence to keep the Syrian refugees out of their country, why can't the United States do likewise on the Mexican border?

All for money

I will bet almost any amount of money that the geography professor that shot the young man and his girlfriend was probably a longtime user of antidepressant drugs. Nearly all of these shootings have been done by people with mental problems and depression who are being regularly, as a matter of course, being given drugs that are known to produce violence and paranoia in their users. It's been known for 20 or more years, and yet these drugs are still being handed out in this population like they're candy. Every doctor and social worker just hands them out. They don't even have to be approved by a psychiatrist, and that's dangerous to do that to people. But we are in the industrial marketing age and it's all for money. It doesn't have anything to do with people's welfare or society's welfare.

Losing sleep over Ponder

It is 11:30 p.m. and I cannot sleep. All I can do is lay her and cry and pray and think about Trooper Cameron Ponder that was killed in Kentucky in the line of duty. After hearing all the great things about this man and the look on his face showing that he was so kind. He would stand out in a roomful of officers to me. God bless him and God bless all the officers out working tonight in the line of duty. This officer went beyond the line of duty, trying to help these people and book them a motel room to keep them from going to jail. I know he is in heaven. He was a great person and he did a great job. His job cost him his life. My heart is so sad. I don't think there are enough words that can be said to thank him for a job well done. I pray that God will give the family strength. God bless you all.