Changing the tone of political dialogue requires responsibility and courage

By Todd Thomason I was out running errands on Saturday when news of the shootings in Tucson, Arizona, first began to drift onto the airwaves. Four days later we are still trying to come to grips with the aftermath: six people (including a nine-year-old-girl) dead, thirteen others wounded, and Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords lying in criticalContinue reading “Changing the tone of political dialogue requires responsibility and courage”

On Easter there is certainity when it comes to the cross of Christ

I heard it said on many occasions that one should never discuss politics and religion with family.  Although I don’t discuss the two in mixed company, a conversation without politics and religion with the LaGuardias is like eating a cannoli without the cream.   Bland and incomplete. My father and I have debated politics for years. Continue reading “On Easter there is certainity when it comes to the cross of Christ”