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Democratic Disappointment


Why are Democratic candidates running from President Obama when they should be embracing his policies? Read More »

Movie Review ‘Godzilla’ (2014)


In short, Godzilla is a disaster. It can’t decide if it’s a human melodrama, a deeply-philosophical exploration of human war culture, or a summer popcorn-flick designed to provide base-level fun. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Noah’

Noah Russell Crowe

I’m very glad I saw Noah, but it’s hard for me to get a grasp of what exactly I took away from it. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Shifter’ by Rowena Portch

Shifter by Rowena Portch

A refreshing new take on paranormal fiction, Read More »

Book Review: ‘They’re Pistols and They’re Loaded’ by Leilani Essary Hurles & Lani Polasek

They’re Pistols and They’re Loaded by Leilani Essary Hurles & Lani Polasek

The title is a metaphor for Leilani and her daughter, Lani, who helped her with compiling her emails into a book. Read More »

Book Review: “Vision Blockers: How to Shatter Barriers to Achieve Your Destiny” by Eric Scroggins

Vision Blockers by Eric Scroggins

Many books try to help people move ahead in life, but few have pointed out the main problem they face so succinctly as 'Vision Blockers.' Read More »

Movie Review: ‘The LEGO Movie’

Lego Movie Screenshot 1

The first great film of 2014, not to mention one of the best animated features in upwards of a decade. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Feed a Starving Crowd’ by Robert Coorey

Feed a Starving Crowd by Robert Coorey

Marketing advice for finding people who are starving for your product. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Life Well Spoken’ by Kris Prochaska

Life Well Spoken by Kris Prochaska

Advice on how to silence that negative voice in your head. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Mermaid’s Tale’ by Laura S. and William L.B. Wharton

The Mermaid’s Tale by Laura S. and William L.B. Wharton

Jock Avery and his neighbors at Long Leaf Lake, Chip and Lynna, are back in this second fun adventure in the Mystery at the Lake House series by Laura Wharton and her 11-year-old son, William. Regardless of whether or not you read the first book in the series, Monsters Below, this book is a real treat not to be missed. ... Read More »