In a Country that is Willfully Betraying its Values, Guns are the Scapegoat for Violence


The liberal media, the White House, and the Democratic candidates can ignore reality all they want, but American’s cannot allow the facts to be obscured. Guns nor gun laws are to blame for the massacre in San Bernardino, CA. A political atmosphere that betrays our Judeo-Christian value system is demonstrably the root cause.

If the narrative that weak gun laws cause violence was true, then we wouldn’t see the rise in violence that is clearly present in American society. Gun laws have not gotten more lenient over the years. They have remained relatively stagnant in most places and have become more harsh in some. It doesn’t take a statistician to see that the trends do not match the rhetoric of the gun control crowd.

If one were to equate harsher gun laws with reduced violence, then Chicago would be the safest place in America and New Hampshire would be a chaotic cesspool of violent criminal activity. That, of course, isn’t the case.

No, the problem with the rise of violence in America can be placed squarely on the shoulders of the political left who choose to ignore the fact that it’s deteriorating values that are causing the rise in violence. It’s political correctness, divisive political agendas, and a shift away from the Judeo-Christian values that once made our country great that are all squarely to blame for what is happening across America.

On this concept, I’d gladly debate anyone.

Mainstream media won’t have it. In fact, many publications will aggressively denounce the solutions and try to shame people into falling for the liberal perspective because they know that the majority of Americans will not look at the situation through the lenses of facts or logic.

The problem is an ironic one because the very thing that we need the most – prayer and a return to values – is the thing that is being attacked the most.

God is the only One who can fix this. In a time when the world is spiraling out of control due to the secular denial of facts and the atheistic propaganda that is indoctrinating anyone who is spiritually weak, we need prayer and faith more than anything else. That concept does not take away from the truth that we are responsible for making it happen. It simply points out that the last thing we need is a reduction in prayer. The other thing we don’t need is a call for gun laws that are similar to California as most Democrats are promoting. Obtuse gun laws did not prevent the tragedy in San Bernardino. On the other hand, if California had gun laws like those in New Hampshire, there’s a chance that the tragic loss of life could have been reduced or avoided altogether.

The calls for stricter laws will continue. If they win out and violence increases as many suspect, then the solution will be even harsher laws. This is the beginning of the trend to push against the Constitution and our core values in favor of the falsehoods of liberalism.



7 Essential Values For Companies That Deliver Products to Customers


Along with the standard delivery services, we now have Postmates, Amazon, Uber Rush, TaskRabbit, and other services in the delivery business. Individuals are driving cars, riding bikes, and traveling by foot dashing around delivering items door-to-door.

After seeing these delivery men and women, it got me thinking about how our expectations over recent years have changed. Do we really need something within the hour, when only a couple of years ago we were happy buying something and waiting a few days for it to arrive?

Our high expectations evolved with the digital world

You can think about other aspects of the digital ecosystem. We no longer spend time in our local Blockbuster or video store meandering up and down the aisle looking for a film for the family to watch. Today, we simply stream it across our devices. Instantly. After we choose the movie, we just tap a button or two and our food is delivered to our door. We even replaced our supermarket shopping with the Internet, as well as our car services. Everything, it seems, is on-demand, immediate, and tech-infused.

Is there a downside to items delivered within the hour?

We should take a moment to think about the Amazon delivery men and women who work constantly, and face huge amounts of pressure to deliver your items on time. Drivers spend a considerable amount of time getting their orders ready before battling the chaotic roads. This is in addition to printing labels that typically must be completed in less than one hour.

There is no way a small business in the E-commerce and delivery business can match the capabilities of Amazon, but this doesn’t mean your company and shipping process shouldn’t be as seamless as possible.

1. Get It Right The First Time

Don’t allow any room for error. If the wrong product is delivered it will take time to return and re-send, and your customer will be upset. They might never buy from you again.

2. Keep The Item Safe

Whenever possible, ensure fragile items are well packed. There is nothing worse for a customer than receiving an item damaged in transit.

3. Be Quick

One hour deliveries might be impossible, but the faster you can process the order, and send it out, the happier your customers will be buying from you. They might receive an item before they expect it too.

4. Offer Options

A good courier service will offer its customers a range of delivery options, such as next day, several weeks, and other timeframes.

5. Stand Out From Your Competitors

It is the little touches that will turn a one off purchase into a regular customer. Adding bows and little sweets will get your customers talking for the right reasons

6. Marketing Is Essential

We all know about the leaflets that we get in our Amazon box. There is a valid reason why they exist. Offline marketing encourages repeat customers. Here are some tips.

7. Use An Insured Courier Service

If your items arrive to customers damaged, or even completely lost en-route, you will need to source replacements. This will cost you money and time. An insured courier service will give you the much need protection.

Amazon Prime completely changed the way individuals view and understand delivery of goods. Some of us might think it’s one of the best innovations in our history, while others are fearful for what one-hour delivery represents. Is it taking things a step too far, or using technology and individuals in amazing ways?

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