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Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021
There are always motivations to do what is wrong in order to gain something. Maybe it’s lying on a resumé to get a job or taking something from someone that doesn’t belong to you just because you needed it.
Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2021
And yet, less than a year after being inaugurated, there’s not much debate the Biden presidency is an abject failure. A charade. A scripted display of arrogance rooted in the supposition that the American people are too ignorant – too apathetic – to notice otherwise.
Monday, Aug. 23, 2021
Do you ever have a hunch or gut feeling where you are convinced, almost instantly, by feelings that you cannot always explain? Some folks call this intuition, which comes from the Latin word “intuir,” meaning “knowledge from within.
Monday, Aug. 9, 2021
It wasn’t that long ago. Kamala Harris said that “if Donald Trump tells us that we should take it, I’m not taking it.” Andrew Cuomo beamed, “Frankly, I’m not going to trust the federal government’s opinion, and I wouldn’t recommend to New Yorkers based on the federal government’s opinion.
Monday, July 26, 2021
Critical race theory (CRT) rejects the principle of equal opportunity. Supporters of CRT contend equal opportunity is a myth, not a reality, and that those who pursue equal opportunity are terribly misguided.
Monday, July 12, 2021
Polio had left Franklin Delano Roosevelt paralyzed from the waist down, and he tried to keep his disability out of the public eye fearing that the public, and world leaders alike, would perceive his disability as a weakness. Roosevelt would often use a cane or would grab onto someone else’s arms at public events that required him to walk or stand.
Monday, June 28, 2021
It was Saturday night, Aug. 14, 1943, when the Allies shelled my father’s village along the southern coast in Italy. From their ships in the Mediterranean Sea, the naval bombardment from the Allies was brutal – over 1,000 shells were fired in less than 20 minutes.
Tuesday, June 15, 2021
The researchers found that money does not buy engagement because, according to a Gallup study of 1.4 million employees in 34 countries in 49 different industries, there was no significant difference in employee engagement by pay level. So, if we want employees to be happy in their jobs, more money is not necessarily the answer.
Tuesday, May 18, 2021
This isn’t about whether getting vaccinated is the right choice, or the wrong one. After all, in the last 10 years, less than half of adults in the U.S.


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