‘Come together’ is not the national narrative

As a reporter with America’s Most Wanted, and while covering crime and politics in a variety of venues during the 35 years of my career, I’ve seen hope born from despair in the eyes of crime victims, refugees and those suffering in war zones a thousand times.

On July 24, I saw it in the most unlikely of places: The U.S. Congress.


In the pursuit of civility

The old-fashioned snail mail letter was quick and to the point as well as being in all caps:

“The felon Hillary lost her fat sloppy ass and you fruit cakes just can not get over that fact. Now go to your safe place and whack off you sick piece of sh*t.”


Happy Father's Day Mom!

Over this past weekend we celebrated Father’s Day and I’ve customarily spent the time thanking my dad for a variety of things he taught me. He was my first hero. When I was younger I wanted to grow up and be just like him.


Putting a gun to our head

Somewhere today in this country there is a troubled kid who believes life is not worth living. People see him or her as a freak, a danger junkie, a gun-nut, a nerd, a weirdo, or someone who otherwise does not fit in.

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