9/11: We Will Always Remember

We will always remember the thousands of lives lost and countless affected from the attacks, the 10th anniversary of which is this Sunday.  A decade ago, terrorist attacks were viewed with an almost cavalier indifference in this country.  Since then, several “wars of terror” have placed a massive strain on our military resources, their families, our security policies, and federal budget deficit. Yes, the world took a brief sigh of relief when several supporters of terrorist organizations were either jailed or executed. The images of passenger jet planes crashing into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and a rural field in Pennsylvania will always be remembered. The memorial will be unveiled at ground zero with  names of the fallen etched into the construction.  These are the names that should always be remembered.  G-d Bless America!

Sonia Hermosillo: Baby Momma Drama

The arraignment of 31-year-old Sonia Hermosillo, the La Habra mother who dropped her 7-month-old son four stories to his death from Children’s Hospital of Orange County parking garage, has been delayed until September 30. Hermosillo was apprehended when a witness called police after seeing the baby fall in tandem with footage captured on surveillance cameras. She was later charged with murder and child abuse by the Orange County District Attorney’s Office.  A Mexican national, she remains in custody at the Intake Release Center in Santa Ana, along with an immigration hold by authorities. Noe Medina, Hermosillo’s husband, relayed to a reporter how his wife suffered from severe depression and had difficulty accepting the boy’s condition of plagiocephaly (flat-head syndrome) and congenital muscular torticollis (head twisting to one side).  He requested his wife not be judged poorly due to these circumstances.  Lady Justice is appalled by the lack of humanity. How could the act of extinguishing the life a flawed child being be considered as cavalier as, say, throwing out a damaged pair of shoes from a shopping mall?  Society should not tolerate such acts, be they premeditated or impetuous.  How delicately or sharply should the tip of Lady Justice’s sword Read More …