Posted in December 2012

Quote: Clint Eastwood on Crimes Against Children

“Crimes against children are the most heinous crime. That, for me, would be a reason for capital punishment because children are innocent and need the guidance of an adult society.”  Check out my link to a related post – Crimes Against Children Advertisements

Source of Stress Vol. #3 Essay 7

Source of Stress Vol. #3 Essay 7

Only within the last few decades has the word “stress” become associated with the excessive level of anxiety present in so many people’s daily lives.  Oddly, despite our ability to personally confirm the existence of “stress” within our own lives, the dictionary still defines “stress”, only in terms of it being a noun, “pressure exerted on a material object” … Continue reading

Female Fiscal Failures Vol. #1 Essay 19

There was a time, in the not so distant past, when finances and females were what oil was to water. They just did not mix and anyone who thought otherwise was rebuked. Men traditionally made the money for the family and therefore they were responsible for the savings and expenditures of the family. When World War II began, … Continue reading

#1 – God Bless the Little Children

We are a country that no longer sees the need to protect our children through the positive inspiration of the Christian faith. And the result? We now have Monsters in Connecticut who kill innocent kindergarteners just before Christmas. God help the children’s parents survive the ordeal.

Quote: Seneca the Younger on Castrati

                                   Life  “It is not because things are difficult, that we do not dare. It is because we do not dare, that they are difficult.”  Checkout my link to related post – Castrati Casualties

Exceptions to the Rules Vol. #1 Essay 16

Women have spent the last forty-five years demanding, “equality” from men within their orderly, regimented worlds of business, academia, government, military and religion. And yet, rather than embracing the rules and regulations which permitted the success of those institutions and striving to become an equal member of the team, women have instead made “careers” within these institutions based on adversarial behavior, in direct opposition to … Continue reading

Poem: The Purpose by Leo Rosten

The Purpose The purpose of life is not to be happy. The purpose of life is to matter, to be productive, to have it make some difference that you lived at all. Happiness, in the ancient, noble version, means self-fulfillment and is given to those who use it to the fullest,                                               whatever talents God … Continue reading

Household Haven Vol. #2 Essay 8

Household Haven Vol. #2 Essay 8

People have lived in shelters, of one form or another, for eons. Once tools, honed of stone, proved to be useful to fell trees, man abandoned the fixed locations of the cold and damp caves of their ancestors. Man began to travel about, building a new shelter of wood where the need arose. In doing so he began the … Continue reading

Quote: Pat Robertson on Brainwashing

Now here’s a man who doesn’t pull any punches. He was obviously around at the inception of radical, second-wave  feminism. “Feminism encourages women to leave their husbands, kill their children, practice witchcraft, destroy capitalism and become lesbians.” Check out my link  for related post – Brainwashed