Recent headlines have focused on the tragic incident in the Marigny that occurred July 26th at 2:00A.M. . A young Marshall Coulter jumped the fenced of resident Merrit Landry’s home for the obvious purpose of burglarizing the property. There was no other reason for his aggressive action.
As the short-termed and most recent President of Egypt, Mohammed Morsi, today has apparently been ousted by the country's military, perhaps there is no better time to consider the importance of a once-in-a-millenial moment that laid the foundation to one of the most important achievements in mankind.
As Americans face a variety of problems around the globe: financial crisis in Europe, mounting debt here at home, tensions in Asia between China and its neighbors over remote islands, threats of war between North and South Korea, violence in Kashmir a troubled region between India and Pakistan, and Islamic violence throughout Africa, and uncontrolled violence in central America, we have to ask ourselves, What is our role in all of this?
As human civilizations collectively contemplated their navels about those issues that matter most to them: wars, society, religion, economics, and international relations, several reminders about our true insignificance recently, suddenly crossed the horizon.
President Obama has once again ignited the flames of partisanship. His concept of “working together” is giving him whatever he wants. Obama has now decided to embark upon a new divisive issue to drive a wedge between the American people. This time it is gun control. His intention is to create a plethora of new laws governing the possession of firearms and ammunition with the intent of preventing violent crimes.