Monthly Archives: September 2022

Why Do We Need Art?

By | September 30, 2022

[September 30, 2022]  I’m not Italian.  But my wife Nancy is Italian and also a fan of the Italian operatic pop group Il Volo (the Flight).  Last night we attended one of their concepts in Bethlehem, PA., as a sort of wedding anniversary present to ourselves.  Their performance was truly incredible and awe-inspiring.  Music is a form of… Read More »

What is Respect?

By | September 26, 2022

[September 26, 2022]  “The only way to make this world a better place is to respect each other.”  I believe that is false.  I believe that we should respect only those who have earned it.  If we respect everybody randomly, then what use is respect?  Respect is limited to that category of people who have earned respect in… Read More »

Another School Succumbs to Gender Theory

By | September 25, 2022

[September 25, 2022]  Early last week, the Galloway Township Public School formally adopted gender theory into their program for grades K-8.  This was a blow to parents who stood against introducing an unproven, malevolent theory into their schools.  We are seeing this acted out across the nation. One “Love” t-shirt wearing school board member said that it was… Read More »

Putting the Structure Into Place To Help Military Kids Thrive

By | September 24, 2022

[September 24, 2022]  The life of military kids can be an exciting and varied one, but it also has the potential to be unhappy. According to public media advocates The American Homefront Project, research has shown that the frequent moves that military teens are subjected to can develop isolation and harm their mental health. It’s a fairly common tale; a new… Read More »

Queen Elizabeth II’s Death: What it Means

By | September 23, 2022

[September 23, 2022]  The death of Queen Elizabeth II has come at an unfortunate time in the world, especially for Western nations.  The Queen had a particularly grand level of fame, far above political figures that come and go.  Dr. Jordan Peterson spoke recently in England about her and hyper-famous people and the difficulty of having people surrounding… Read More »

There are no Safe Spaces

By | September 22, 2022

[September 22, 2022] Many who work in education and government sincerely believe that creating safe spaces is proper and correct to protect vulnerable people.  While that gesture originates in compassion, such an idea is absolutely wrong and destructive in the long run.  There are no safe spaces in the world.  The world is a tough place to be.… Read More »

A Tribute to Daddy

By | September 21, 2022

[September 21, 2022]  Two days ago, my dad passed away at 93.  He is now with his wife Mary of 71 years (and my mother), who passed away a mere two weeks ago.  My heart is broken, but it would be ungrateful to think, even for a minute, “Why me?” when I was privileged to have Daddy until… Read More »