The perpetual tug-of-war that Chuck Norris and I are party to is nothing less than a life and death fight for the heart and soul of not only the U.S. Military, but also our nation itself and, ultimately, the world.
The Second Amendment was included in the Bill of Rights to protect citizens from a tyrannical federal government. That's why gun control advocates have it utterly backward when they call for the ban of assault weapons and high capacity clips. That is a slippery slope in the wrong direction.
These labels -- Asperger's, ADD, Dyslexic, Dyspraxic -- do not define or restrict our children, but they can help others to understand our childrens' unique challenges as well as their special gifts. This heightened understanding can bring our children support, respect and empathy.
The truth is I like Chuck. Instead of seeing him as a fearful anti-gay survivalist, I'd prefer to remember Chuck the way I used to think of him: that guy on the infomercials who looks damn good for 70 years old!
This new film has 'more of what you came to see' but is paper thin without a hint of substance or even dramatic credibility. Comparing the two films is a classic example of 'trying and (perhaps) failing' versus 'failing to try.'
Did you hear the one about Chuck Norris being homophobic? Yeah, not so funny anymore is he? This action star (and I use the word 'star' loosely) has taken a stand against allowing gay leaders and scouts in the Boy Scouts of America.