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LaMonte M. Fowler

an indie author writing to stay sane

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Solving the Immigration Crisis

The recent news coverage of the crisis on our southern border has driven many Americans to tears, outrage, and action. The calls for a legislative solution to a decades-old problem are louder than ever, but the likelihood of a political... Continue Reading →

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The Dying of the Light

Our nation is broken. I do not recognize my own country, the place that I have lived my entire life. Everything has changed. And I don't know what to do. Mostly I want to scream. I want to scream at... Continue Reading →

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summer is expanding as the coral turns to snow every mind is churning betraying the truth we know fallen souls in the sand ribbons tied among the trees canyons race across land stink of hatred rides the breeze small minds open mouths wide-eyed people... Continue Reading →

The Christian Voter’s Dilemma

The dictionary defines the word “dilemma” as: a situation in which a difficult choice has to be made between two or more alternatives, especially equally undesirable ones. So referring to Election 2016 and the notion of casting a vote for... Continue Reading →

Resisting the Rising Tide of Nationalism

This election season there are many issues competing for voters' attention. The economy, jobs, ISIS, LGBTQ issues, reproductive rights, racism, healthcare, Wall Street regulation, campaign financing reform, immigration, gun control, border security, the ineffectiveness of Congress, and so much more. Depending on your ideological... Continue Reading →

Hey Ted, Stop Scaring Christians!

There are times when I watch the news and my instant reaction is to find the nearest heavy object and hurl it at the screen. The most recent narrowly averted home appliance disaster happened when I watched Ted Cruz address... Continue Reading →

Searching for America’s Soul: Trump’s Big, Beautiful Wall

While there are many gaping holes in our immigration system, none gets as much attention as our southern border with Mexico. It is no wonder that the current crop of presidential candidates focus so much of their time on the... Continue Reading →

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