Every midterm election that I can remember we’ve been faced with the dilemma of registered voters deciding not to vote. Deciding their vote doesn’t matter. Deciding it’s not important enough to get out and vote because it’s the midterms and we’re not elect A President Of The United States. That mindset is always a recipeContinue reading “To Vote Or Not To Vote. That’s NOT The Question.”
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Amputee ~vs~ Insurance Company
In my last blog post Diabetes and Amputation https://ignoringdiabetes.home.blog/2022/06/06/diabetes-and-amputation-3/ I revealed how I became an amputee. In this blog post I will relate to you how the insurance companies working in conjunction with prosthetic companies have a mission of hindrance when it comes to an amputees mobility. I’ll start with the K Test. The KContinue reading “Amputee ~vs~ Insurance Company”
November 8th 2022 General Election
It seems like every election cycle I think in my mind the same phrase “this is going to be the most important election in my lifetime.” I made that statement when Barack Obama ran for re-election. I made that statement when Hillary Clinton was running against Donald Trump. Side note: I would never vote forContinue reading “November 8th 2022 General Election”
In Memoriam: Robb Elementary School.
Below are the 21 victims, 18 of who were killed, in The Robb Elementary School Massacre. I wish I could say this would never happen again but until gun control laws are changed, it’s going to occur over and over and over. Because politicians and gun manufacturers and gun lobbyists don’t care about the livesContinue reading “In Memoriam: Robb Elementary School.”
The Day After. Some Facts. Some Insight.
Robb Elementary School shooting. On May 24, 2022, 18-year-old Salvador Ramos opened fire at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, United States, killing 19 children and two teachers, and wounding 17 others. Earlier that day, he had shot and wounded his 66-year-old grandmother. Ramos was eventually shot and killed on school premises by responding law enforcement officers. The shooting isContinue reading “The Day After. Some Facts. Some Insight.”