Month: July 2011

The 31 Days of Casey Anthony

31 days. As the high profile murder trial of Casey Anthony comes to a close, I know many are struggling with the same issue I am. 31 days. Picture a child dear to you. Let’s make it a girl, and let’s make her two years old. This child could be your daughter or your granddaughter. […]

Who Gives a Twit?

I read recently that the number of Twitter tweets tripled this year over last year. Tripled. I watched The President of the United States hold his first “Twitter Town Hall” the other day. Some TV networks carried it, some did not. I am told that Members of Congress and Senators in the Legislative Branch of […]