The Story of the Star Bangled Banner
Questions and More Questions
1) Why do people address
politicians by telling them that they must stop people from killing each other
in the black community?
Has anyone ever asked and understood the implication of this
question - Who kills the most blacks, by a huge margin, in the black community?
If you don't know the answer to the previous question then RESEARCH IT. The issue
is very complicated but the simplistic answer is why haven't the people involved
been taught the morals and principles that are acceptable to live by, i.e. life
is valuable, tolerance, force is rarely a solver of problems, and victimhood is
mostly a product of a lack of personal responsibility.
2) I am offended by "Black History Month" as it is just another
divisive way of separating us all which creates friction and hatred. But then
again where is the "Asian History Month", the "Latin American Month", the
American Month", the "LGBT Month", the "Me Too Month", etc. etc.? There are
twelve months in the year and in America they are the Human Race Months as in we
are all one and we should concentrate on being human and all that that entails
in being Proud Americans.
3) As of the date of this writing (March 19, 2020) there has been
just over 100 deaths from the Coronavirus in the USA. There has been National,
State, and local quarantines and warnings and endless media coverage on how to
stop the virus and what is being required of people and businesses, including
closing many businesses and preventing hospitals to do any 'unnecessary'
surgery. I understand the concern but believe it is an over reaction. However,
what did this country do about the 'normal' seasonal virus that has killed over
20,000 people in the USA, which is also present during the Coronavirus outbreak.