We have weathered difficult times in America before. I believe we will weather this storm too. The seas maybe violent and only darkness is before us yet, we will weather this storm together as a nation. By remembering what binds us over what divides us. With all this going on in our nation now is the time more than ever to remember what makes this country great.
I began reading our First President’s address and it struck a cord with me. All the issues and themes we discuss today in America are covered in his farewell address. Instead of me trying to write something myself for President’s Day. I would rather lay silent, step back and let our First President George Washington speak to the nation again. His words are powerful, honest, and deep.
Banning guns is not the answer. Violence will persist and people who want to do these things will find a way. Censorship is not the answer. Banning people there freedom of speech will only fuel the flames.
Today, marks the 18th anniversary of the September 11th attacks. A day that will live in infamy in American history. On that morning 19 Al-Qaeda terrorists took control of four flights and caused tremendous loss of life on American soil. Two of those flights destroyed a symbol of American society and prosperity, The Twin Towers in New York City.
Today, two hundred forty-three years ago brave men of the Second Continental Congress stood against the tyranny of a monarchy. In standing against that tyranny they declared their Independence from its reign.
Ever since I started this blog I have wanted Obsidian Concepts to be a learning tool that people could turn to. From your new shooter to your high speed low drag operators. A tool for military and law enforcement to engage and discuss and to become better professionals at their chosen professions.
With Memorial Day upon us I was thinking about where I would like to go in the future to honor The Fallen of this country. To pay respect and to honor the sacrifice they made for this country. Their sacrifice has allowed us to enjoy the freedoms and liberties we in America cherish so dearly.
Everyone voice is essential and valid even if we fundamentally have opposing views. We must have the presence and ability to voice our discord with civility. To engage each other on the complex issues that are challenging this nation. While working with each other to create answers to the challenges we face as a nation.
Freedom. Is an inherent right of all people. The freedom to speak freely, sovereignty to walk your own path, and the pursuit of happiness. Freedom is embedded into the core of this Nation. Freedom is one of the cornerstones of our Constitution and our Democracy here in America.
Tuesday marked the end of a two week summit on peace talks between U.S and Taliban delegations to end America’s 17-year war in Afghanistan. When speaking with press after the conclusion of the meeting Tuesday both U.S. and Taliban delegations said “progress” has been made in the peace talks to end the conflict.
Moscow, Russia– Today, Russia’s Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu proclaims the revival of Russia military might during a speech to lawmakers today. Showcasing the Syrian campaign as an example of its […]