Tom Bux is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University with a degree in American Studies. He is currently working on his masters degree in training and development at Penn State Harrisburg.
In his spare time he enjoys writing, photography, and spending time with his family and friends.
The story moves fast and keeps you interested in the plot. The characters, though somewhat clichéd, are likeable enough to keep you concerned for their well-being. Though the dialogue seems contrived in spots, with preachy moments reminiscent of a poorly written plot for an infomercial.
What kind of loving God controls through fear and intimidation? Wouldn't we take a child away from a parent that acted in much the same way?
With all this media attention lately about Freemasons, in books and movies, I thought it would be interesting to briefly mention several interesting books that may shed some light on Freemasonry, Masons, and our beliefs.
I guess it all comes down to the fact that they don't understand why we don't like people like Michael Moore, Noam Chomsky, and others who attack something so important to us, and something that makes up the fabric of who we are.
It looks like JFK flipped again. This time on a gun that he once tried to outlaw. The truth is The Remington Model 11-87 is not an assault weapon. It is a commonly used hunting and sport shooting rifle.
Going into the convention Bush was riding a small bounce, and between the convention and other news today, it is not a great time to be running for President as a Democrat.