Blog

Search My Site

HONORING OUR VETERANS is a privilege and the least we can do one day a year, as many have surrendered all their days for our freedom. As I reflect and give thanks to all the men and women I know who have served our great country, I am proud and humbled to be called an American. This year our country is torn in two, split down the middle, and our right to be split has been defended by the men and women serving this country.

Comments

There has been a lot of talk of immigration lately. In both directions. Americans crashed the Canadian immigration website last week and there has been non-stop talk about keeping non US citizens out of the country for months. This topic is personal for me since I am married to an immigrant and my only sibling migrated out of the US several years ago. I have worked as a non-national in Japan, so I too have experienced what it is like to be a non-citizen living and working in a foreign country. Why is it that when the subject comes up people immediately think about undocumented laborers instead of the brilliant minds that crave the freedom and innovation that only the United States seems to be able to provide?

Comments