Today pop culture, including the news media fantasy, is destroying us. Warping how America views American homogeny and diversity.
The coronavirus crisis is continues to wreak havoc on an often overlooked social issue: the problem of situational homelessness.
Two days before Christmas, my four-year-old granddaughter said of Santa Claus, "I think he'll bring you a little wheelchair!"
The institution of the family is considered an “aberrated” obstacle to saving the world from the debilitating effects of brain-embedded “engrams”
Salary.com says that for 2017 the value of the family Chief of Staff is near $150,000. But it's a lot of duckling herding.
“All families, whether they school at home or at some scholastic institution can and should shepherd their children in morally grounded values and ethics,” says Sam Sorbo
Mealtimes were events due to the number and variety of foods that were prepared and consumed.
One of the most effective ways to set the resolutions and help make them work for everyone’s benefit is to keep them simple but meaningful.
Materialism, an overabundance of gift giving, cannot replace personal attention given to your loved ones.
Happy Holidays to you and yours!
9/11 reminds us of the importance of living a life without regret. The anniversary of the tragic events of September 11, 2001 remind us to always cherish the people in our lives.
Whether it’s a pool, the ocean, or a river, water safety is important, especially for babies and young children. Follow these tips to ensure your water play stays fun.
President Obama remarked, “We have to decide whether we actually value families and keep them together for the sake of all of our communities.” But he is talking about immigrants. What about American families.
Camping? Netflix. Culture? "Pocahontas." Water park? Garden hose. Foreign culture? Taco Bell. Don't overthink, over-complicate or over-spend. Keep summer fun!
Bryan Pagliano has agreed to testify as to his actions and knowledge in regard to the Clinton server. Granting immunity to 'wise guys' is an honored Mafia tradition.
SAN DIEGO, Dec. 22, 2015 — As I grew up in San Diego, Christmas was always a wonderful experience. The concept of a white Christmas is not entirely lost on those who live in warm climates. But in sunny San Diego, the experience of dashing through the snow is a completely foreign one. Even though ...
Losing a family pet can be devastating and take a significant amount of time to grieve.
Life in rural America in the 1930s and 1940s was built on the pillars of family, respect for others and appreciation for the simple things in life.
My life was simple with plenty of respect, help and love, was prevalent amongst the people I knew—I was blessed to have lived in this time of simplicity.
The best things in life are not the major events, but the every day little things.