VETERANS DAY 2021 is a day for remembering that peace and freedom are not free. It is also a day to be thankful our military is pledged by oath to defend our Constitution above all. The high costs of winning and maintaining peace and freedom can only be vindicated through eternal citizen vigilance and theContinue reading “VETERANS DAY 2021”
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NATIONAL POLICE WEEK 2021 — COPS: FRIENDS NOT FOES
May 12, 2021 This week as we mark National Police Week, we think it appropriate to preface our annually republished account with some details of the origin of the day. Never in the history of this nation have law officers faced the degrees of ingratitude, opposition and violence we’ve witnessed in recent years. Sincerely servingContinue reading “NATIONAL POLICE WEEK 2021 — COPS: FRIENDS NOT FOES”
TOUGH DECISIONS: Can Disobedience ever be Right?
December 30, 2018 / Nancy Diraison Teaching children to say, “No”, and when to do so! I’ve always been fascinated with the decision-making process. Making decisions seems to be one of the greatest difficulties in life. Some people, for fear of making mistakes, avoid making decisions as often as possible. Others charge right in andContinue reading “TOUGH DECISIONS: Can Disobedience ever be Right?”
The Four Seasons of Parenting
Nancy Diraison. October 22, 2018 Why the right order matters in child rearing Why children need both parents No one questions the four seasons in nature. Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. They make sense. If winter came right after spring there would be no harvests. If we skipped any season agriculture would not have itsContinue reading “The Four Seasons of Parenting”