Posted in February 2013

“Family Life” Failures Vol. #1 Essay 17

“Family Life” Failures Vol. #1 Essay 17

When I was a child, mother was the heart and soul of the home. All of its warmth and comfort stemmed from her. She was polite, cheerful and rarely raised her voice. She was always there when you needed hugs, kisses, encouragement or support, which was nearly every minute of the day. During the day, … Continue reading

Touchy-Feely Training Vol. #3 Essay 12

Touchy-Feely Training Vol. #3 Essay 12

Have you ever noticed that you can’t get anyone to do anything¬†right anymore, even if you pay them? It doesn’t matter whether you are the boss, the co-worker or the customer, workers no longer take pride in doing their jobs effectively, or correctly, spewing mistakes and errors like a leaky hose, without regret or embarrassment. … Continue reading

“Polite Society’s” Purpose Vol. #2 Essay 19

“Polite Society’s” Purpose Vol. #2 Essay 19

“Polite Society” is a term that came into use during the 1880s and it remained with us until the 1950s. It refers to the behavior of the upper echelon of our society and is primarily associated with Protestants. The behavior of the members of the varied denominations of ¬†Protestantism were guided by their strong Christian … Continue reading

Quote: Bill Vaughan on Higher Education

“Economists report that a college education adds thousands of dollars to a man’s lifetime income – which he then spends sending his son to college.” Check out my link to my related post – Endless “Erroneous” Education Related articles The future of higher education [infographic] (holykaw.alltop.com) Despite The Predictions Traditional Higher Education Has A Strong … Continue reading

Global Warming Goofballs Vol. #2 Essay 3

Global Warming Goofballs Vol. #2 Essay 3

Rachel Carson (1907-1964) – Aquatic Biologist and Author In case you don’t know who invented “environmentalism”, it was another “liberated” feminist woman with an irrational gripe. The author’s name was Rachel Carson. Her book, titled Silent Spring, was published in 1962. It expressed her unsubstantiated concerns about the damaging effects, including the development of cancer (which was later disproved), that the … Continue reading