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To Spank or Not to Spank

There is only one reason to raise your hand to a child: not knowing another way. Read More »

Closets

Closets—we've each got one. If you're intent on forcing open the door to another's, then be fair and be ready to allow others to rummage and sift through your own. Read More »

Book Review: Making Up the Mind: How the Brain Creates Our Mental World by Chris Frith

How our brains create the illusion that our mind is separate. Read More »

Book Review: Everyday Greatness: Inspiration for a Meaningful Life by Stephen R. Covey, compiled by David K. Katch

Stories, quotes, and Steven Covey's encouragement will inspire you to fill your life with the qualities of everyday greatness. Read More »

She’s an Empathetic, Far-Left, Gun-Banning Racist Who Hates White Men!

Hmm. Did I miss any of the Rabid Right's accusations? Read More »

Why Diane? The Struggle of Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

A young woman deals with her niece being diagnosed with the same disease she was diagnosed with. Read More »

Should Appointment to the Supreme Court Hinge on Empathy?

Experience as a competent appellate court judge should trump all else in the selection of a Supreme Court justice. Read More »