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“Voting For The Lesser Of Two Evils”

June 28, 2016 |

The lesser of two evils argument always seems to sprout up during election cycles. The premise of this idea, however, is rarely discussed. Situational ethics involves the idea that what we believe to be right or wrong depends upon the … Read More

The Death Of Civil Discourse

May 31, 2016 |

We could all benefit from a review of “Rules of Civility and Decent Behavior In Company and Conversation”, originally composed by French Jesuits in the late 1500s, then translated to English and brought to America during the mid-1600s. These rules, … Read More

Taming The Technology Beast

May 20, 2016 |

If you are a parent or grandparent, I’m sure you’re already aware of the overwhelming task of monitoring kids’ technology access. They are growing up in a society dominated by mass media.  News feeds, tweets, Facebook posts, viral videos, TV shows, video games, music, movies,etc. While … Read More

Hillary is Only Sorry She Got Caught

September 16, 2015 |

FoxNews.com published an article September 10, 2015 regarding Presidential Primaries entitled, Clinton’s 2016 Makeover the Latest in Long Line of Resets and it begins:

“This time, the former first lady and senator who’s been in the public eye for three … Read More

Carly’s Face Isn’t Running for President?

September 15, 2015 |

In a recent Rolling Stone interview from his personal aircraft with television on and comments being made, Donald J. Trump caused the writer, Paul Solotaroff, to report this

“When the anchor throws to Carly Fiorina for her reaction to Trump’s momentum, … Read More

Extraordinary Beauty in an Unexpected Face

September 15, 2015 |

In a world where millions of babies are being aborted and some even having their body parts sold for profit, comes a little girl named Connie-Rose Seabourne.

Connie-Rose was born with Down’s Syndrome and in the two years of her … Read More

You Think You’re Getting a Raise But What’s Really In Your Future is the Unemployment Line

August 17, 2015 |

A video entitled, Labor’s $15 Wage Strategy by Samantha Stark was recently published in the New York Times. It tells the story of a young single mother working two jobs from 6 in the morning until 11 at night, each paying $7.50 … Read More

Who’s To Say Who Sounds Gay?

August 6, 2015 |

In a recent video piece by David Thorpe, published by the New York Times, he endeavors to reveal why some men sound “gay” and others don’t.

He focuses his investigation on the subject around two of his friends, Chris and Matt.

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$200 Get Out of Jail Free Cards Are Bittersweet

August 6, 2015 |

A former prisoner himself, Carlos Cervantes drives newly released convicts from prison back to the free world.

Carlos took a 12 year plea bargain for attempted murder at the age of 16. He served 10 years, 8 months. He was released … Read More

Embrace Your Family Elders While You Have Them

July 29, 2015 |

American Culture has seen the pursuit of independence cause families to divide across every demographic. Once grown, many people move away from their hometowns and families and inadvertently disconnect a pipeline to their histories and relatives left behind.

It’s important to … Read More

USMC Massacre in Chattanooga: Obama Shun’s Our Finest

July 26, 2015 |

If you had any doubts whatsoever about Barack Obama’s allegiance to our U.S.Troops, and therefore this country, his lack of response to 5 servicemen being attacked here at home, should nail it all down for you.

Hours after the massacre in … Read More