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The US Government Savior of All Mankind

The U.S. Government: Savior of All Mankind—Except Its Own Citizens?

Written By: Brenda (B.K.) Walker

This isn't about immigration; nor is it about party politics. It's about the level of importance this country's politicians place its own citizens in comparison to the needs, wants, desires, and political benefits for themselves and others—within and outside of our borders.
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Social Skills for Success

Written By: A. Wilt

Soft skills are the skills we use in our everyday lives. They include our communication skills, our ability to think problems through, make decisions, and get along with other people

Inflation, Deflation, and a Depression... Really?

Written By: Phil Davis

First, I am not a trained economist, financial expert, an expert in anything, or even a horse whisperer. I am just a guy who watches things, forms opinions, and – I don’t know how to say this modestly – is usually right. So here is my answer, at least the answer as to what the problem is.

A Quick Review of Zero Tolerance: Have our Schools Gone Insane?

Written By: Christine Dantz

Zero tolerance is a common school policy that has children handcuffed for tantrums and outlaws imaginary weapons. With this, flexibility and common sense are apparently dead in America.

Hometown Hero to Celebrate his 89th Birthday

Written By: Brenda (B.K.) Walker

Many of you may remember our special focus article on this amazing, "Made in America" real life hero. Guy Stephens survived not only the Battle of the Bulge, but also capture and imprisonment in a German prison camp

Hometown Hero: Guy Stephens - Ex-POW/WWII Battle of the Bulge

Written By: Brenda (B.K.) Walker (in coordination with the Ste

Like many others who shared in the horrors of prison camp life during WWII, Guy Stephens would greet freedom in the very clothes that he was wearing when he and his comrades surrendered that cold December day in 1944

9-18-21: What's Wrong With This Picture?

Written By: Brenda (B.K.) Walker

What do 9, 18, and 21 have in common? Not a lot, except for the, "what's wrong with this picture" moment some of you may be having after reading about a 9-year old who accidently killed her shooting range instructor.

Homelessness in America: Glamorizing Life on the Streets

Written By: Christine Dantz

Today the internet makes it worse if you look in the right places, or more appropriately, the wrong places. Anyone with an internet connection (Free in many cities and towns throughout the world,) can access personal stories and tips on running away

Seeing the Individual Not the Disability

Written By: Brenda (B.K.) Walker

Just think about this 'buzz phrase' for a moment…'Individuals with Disabilities.' What did you focus on? Was it 'individuals' or 'disabilities?' What do you notice first when you see someone with Cerebral Palsy, do you see the wheelchair, walker, cane, maybe even the unusual gait? Be honest.

Banning Ourselves into Oblivion

Written By: Phil Davis

As the U.S. Administration and their neo-progressive benefactors – or the Prohibitionists as I like to see them – continue their quest of infusing steroids into our already massively hulking federal government, the side effects are starting to kick in. That is, the shrinking of innovation by overreaching regulations or the outright bans of new ideas and products. Prohibition does not work, which we have experienced ample proof of over the last 100 years, but it does seem to be the modus operandi of neo-progressive policies as they ban us into oblivion.

The Winners and Losers of the U.S. Income Tax Code

Written By: Christine Dantz

If you aren't married, rent your home, are childless, have no investments, and don't pay student loan interest, congratulations, you are on the losers list. To put it in perspective, there's a good chance you pay more income taxes than your boss does.

A Son's Tribute to an Amazing Father: "And That's All There Is To That"

Written By: Phil Davis

One of the advantages of owning and publishing a website is that I can publish anything I want. My father passed in January of 2014 and I wanted to write a little about him and his life. I hope you enjoy this short tale of my father, he was interesting

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