Episode 247 Get Active

On this Ramble Redhead show – I talk briefly about 9/11 and how it truly makes me look at life a bit differently and maybe you do too. The events on that tragic day still haunt me at times and how our world has changed since that time. From the over 4,000 men and women who have died while serving our country and a tribute to all of their families as well.

I talk about an amazing author Drew Ferguson and his book – you can find more information on this great book by clicking here!

I continue to talk about how the two candidates talked tonight about the various ways to serve our country whether it be in the military or in organizations right in our communities. I get on my soap box and talk about this very topic and I am very active in many organizations within the GLBT community and our allies like Human Rights Campaign, GLAAD, SLDN and then I talk about another great group Lambda Legal and the successes they have had recently.

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So be active and pay it forward!

2 Responses to “Episode 247 Get Active”

  1. john q. public Says:

    You are to be congratulated in all of the organizations you donate to on a regular basis. Thanks for reminding us of the couple in Iowa who is celebrating their first anniversary. Let’s hope that more Iowans will be able to celebrate their anniversaries. California is typically a bell weather state – let’s help defeat the ban there and hopefully it will be the real beginning of changing every state.

  2. Thom Says:

    Hiya Ramble!

    Every time 9/11 comes around I can’t help but think of what I was doing when the attack happened. The world certainly has changed and us with it. You know, for a time, we were drawn closer as a nation. We touched base with each other more, we donated more, we loved more. Sadly, that part of 9/11 was something that should have stayed with us and not fade away as it has. As a person who has post traumatic stress disorder, I have a difficult time with 9/11 because it shows just how fragile we all are to the evil that is out there. Let’s reach out more and not less, let’s touch base more with one another, let’s donate more of our time and talent, and let us love more. This is what makes our nation truly great.

    Thanks, Tom, for being a beacon of light for all of us to see the truth by!

    Your Nashville Friend,


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