Monthly Archives: November 2018


At One Time-Part One

at one time

At One Time
Part One

For those who have followed the Brett Kavanaugh hearings and nomination for Supreme Court Justice, you know how divisive it was during the hearings, and even after his confirmation. The hatred, bitterness, poison is beyond belief (sadly, it is the current political environment.) In the midst of all this, something just came out that gives some hope for our nation. Some hope that common sense still reigns.

Recently Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor, who leans to the Left in politics, was asked how she will be able to get along with Kavanaugh as a Justice. Her response is powerful and enlightening. It reminded me how we were as a nation at one time. Continue reading “At One Time-Part One” »


At One Time-Part Two

at one time

At One Time
Part Two

In my previous article I shared how liberal leaning Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor stated she would relate to controversial conservative leaning Brett Kavanaugh who just became the latest Supreme Court Justice. “When you’re charged with working together for most of the remainder of your life, you have to create a relationship,” “The nine of us are now a family and we’re a family with each of us our own burdens and our own obligations to others, but this is our work family, and it’s just as important as our personal family.” She also said that she would not judge him by what he was accused of. “It was Justice [Clarence] Thomas who tells me that when he first came to the Court, another justice approached him and said, ‘I judge you by what you do here. Welcome.’ And I repeated that story to Justice Kavanaugh when I first greeted him here,” Continue reading “At One Time-Part Two” »