Justice will prevail!Written by Terry L. Dashner
Faith Fellowship Church…PO Box 1586…Broken Arrow, OK 74013…Pastor Terry Dashner
When I applied for law enforcement many years ago, I was tested, evaluated, questioned, and grilled regarding whether or not I could use lethal force against another human being. I find it curious that it was assumed and not questioned when I entered service at age of 18 that I would have no problem whatsoever using lethal force against an enemy of state. Not one brass official asked me whether or not I objected to carrying a .45 pistol or an M-16 Rifle, not to mention using one or other against another human being. It was assumed I could do so because it was my duty as an American citizen.
Is there a double standard in this country?
We condemn a murderer to death chamber, only to have him stay on death roll for years while waiting for his appeals to run out, all at tax payer’s expense. If that’s not crazy enough, we are constantly harassed by human rights groups telling us how evil we Americans are for administering capital punishment. I don’t get it. We have no problem asking 19 year olds to lay down their lives for their country. But we protect rights of convicted. For example, how many names of young Americans who have died in Iraq can you name? Probably not many, right? But Scott Peterson you know because of media love affair with his trial. Something is wrong.
May I ask you a question?
Would death of Jesus have purchased our redemption if He had chosen life in prison over capital punishment? This begs question: Can honor be associated with death? I believe it can. Jesus said that there was no greater love than this that a man would lay down his life for a friend. Yes, it is tragic to hear of young soldiers dying, but they died with honor for a great nation—America. The tragedy of death is not that a young person dies. Young people die every day in America just like older people. The tragedy is that many people die without honor. Gangsters die for turf. Addicts die for one more high. But soldiers die for you and me.
The Attorney ~ The Latest Super Hero in a Society Gone Mad!Written by Lawrence X. Young
Are you looking for a career or want to take legal action? An attorney may be the answer for you, (also known as a lawyer). Whatever matter, attorneys help all individuals - people (and companies) in a court of law. Generally specializing, allow them to be proficient when it comes to legalities within their selected field.
An attorney is a useful means, to represent your points across in a court of law. On other hand, representation by an attorney, who knows their specialized area in law can assist you in winning case in court. Based upon situation that you find yourself in, you may be lucky enough to secure a pro-bono offer from an attorney. Pro-bono is a contract to assist a client on a fee free arrangement. This pro-bono proposal may come with clauses, stating that should case be won, a predestined percentage of money awarded will be passed on to representing attorney. As well as, attorneys may attract clients, from their obvious gesture of good will. So consult your attorney in detail in this situation.
Getting services of an attorney may not be painless, especially when there is money for fees to be arranged. However, it is also not easy to become and be an attorney; it needs years of study, hours of work and never ending research to be current.