First - Lebron is not King - KOBE still Reigns - Lebron is a prince until he learns to put a team on his back in the last 3 minutes and close out the game. No one does it better than KOBE! Now the Celtics will pose a problem for the Lakers - front court vs front court - but hopefully - KOBE brings it home.
Our Nation - after watching the news - (I watch CNN and Fox - MSNBC is nothing but a federal media agency.) This President has changed this nation faster in his first term than any president I can think of. Give him credit for one thing, he hasn't wasted anytime - he has gone to work on everything - Banking, Healthcare, Census management, Bailouts, Regulation of everything you think of, not one, but two supreme court nominees, immigration and securing the border (or lack of securing the border) - allowing the president of another nation to rip our congress and tell us what to do, his administration took over the mgmt of student loans, the census office which since it's conception has been independent, ignoring the threat of nuclear emerging super powers (IRAN, N. Korea, and others), we no longer support Israel, allow Muslim beliefs to infiltrate our White House, Capital and watch our President only acknowledge Allah across his international trips. He nevers acknowledges the one and only God the Father, of whom this nation was founded and appointing hundreds of socialists to hundreds of posts.
The nation has completely fallen to European or less status in the world - no one fears us or respects what the US has to say - just listen to the other heads of state - they are no longer afraid of not listening to America. This has all happened in just one year - my God, what will happen in three years when it's time to change our leadership - will we be beyond the point of return? Will we do something - will you - or are we going to sit here silently and our nation continues to fall unto oblivion.
Well now, on the not so catastrophic - watched a 12 inning Twins/Brewers game with my son - love summer baseball. Love my kids (all teenagers) but I hear college and the process of applying to college knocking at my door. The thought makes me very proud of the kids, but also very sad to think of them not here. Life sure does move fast.