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Book Review: Cinderella’s Magical Wheelchair by Jewel Kats

Disabled children can excel and have dreams and aspirations. And they can achieve them with a little help. Read More »

Book Review: Unleashing Genius: Leading Yourself, Teams, and Corporations by Paul David Walker

You can empower yourself to new heights of genius and integrative presence one step at a time. Read More »

Book Review: Mary Tudor “Bloody Mary” by Gretchen Maurer and Peter Malone (illustrator)

An evocative true story that most kids will be able to sink their teeth into. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Legend of the Millennium Dragon

Solid anime outing with some nice animation and a familiar story to tell. Read More »

Executive Decisions and Mental Cowardice

"It is the growling man who lives a dog's life" - Coleman Cox Read More »

Book Review: Take Good Care of the Garden and the Dogs: A True Story of Bad Breaks and Small Miracles by Heather Lende

A memoir about perseverance and patience. Read More »

Of Mice and Men and Other Things

No philosophy of political or social institutions can be complete without articulating the philosophy of the subject. In what follows, I hope to rectify this shortcoming. Read More »

The Meaning of Memorial Day

Remember to thank those who serve Read More »

Music Review: Mamadou Diabate – Courage

A remarkable disc of music equal to anything written or recorded by any composer or symphony orchestra the world over. Read More »

It’s Actually Conservatives vs. Liberals…and Liberals vs. the Amygdala

"We have nothing to fear but fear itself!" FDR cannot have known how right he was. Read More »