The Terrorist Act enacted while Mr. George W. Bush was our president was a law that did not seem to affect my rights as a U.S. citizen.
But the DMV office in Thomasville told me today that I wold be required to prove certain things before I could qualify for a Georgia driver’s license.
The DMV office said your veterans license is not a credible credential. (The Georgia State Legislature issued to veterans a drivers license for service to our country and the State of Georgia.)
I do believe a veteran’s word carries more weight than an act passed by our U.S. Congress, dealing with illegal aliens or one or more deceptive terrorists who can outwit the law on any given date.
If the ACLU really cared or my congressmen really cared about my civil rights, this Terrorist Law would never have reached committee, let alone the president’s office for his signature. Mad and upset.
Term limits will return some power to “we the people.”
TV commercials prompt serious thought
Sometimes I just wonder about stuff. It’s not necessarily moments of deep thought, just issues of curiosity that creep into the thought process when the fish aren’t biting or when my football team is so far behind that they have to buy tickets to stay on the field.
World-class programs at UGA Tifton campus
The University of Georgia Tifton Campus may be the best-kept secret in Tifton. But, agriculture industry leaders, researchers and innovators know well the world-class programs we’ve developed over the past 95 years.
- Rant and Rave for 12/12/13
In an emergency, can rescue teams quickly find you?
For the most part, we haven’t had any severe winter weather here yet. And winter doesn’t officially start until Dec. 21.
But we can expect some cooler temperatures and they often bring some tragedies in the form of house fires.
A great community
A few weeks ago my family and friends had a fund drive for me. I would like to thank everyone that had a part in The Day For Duke. Words can’t describe how I felt that day and still do!
- Rant and Rave for 12/11/13
One might find great resolve in Mandela’s life
There’s a scripture in the Bible that says “A soft answer turneth away wrath.”
Whenever we think of Nelson Mandela, that verse should come to mind. Many would say he epitomizes that notion even though in his younger days he might have exuded much more spit and vinegar in pursuing a cause.
- Rant and Rave for 12/10/13
It’s true: Objects are closer than they appear
You know that little warning on your rearview mirror that says, “Objects are closer than they appear.” Well, it’s true.
- Rant and Rave for 12/06/13
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