“A college education unfits rather than fits men to affairs.” –Andrew Carnegie, 1901 Over one hundred years ago, one of the richest and most successful men in America, Andrew Carnegie, thought that college was not only unnecessary, but actually detrimental for the average young man. At that point in our country’s history, only 4% of … Continue reading Is College for Everyone? An Introduction and Timeline of College in America | The Art of Manliness
Welcome to Part II of our series that asks the question of whether or not college is necessary. In Part I, we took a look at the history of higher education in America. What started as a place for a small, elite group of students began turning into an American rite of passage in the … Continue reading The Pros and Cons of Attending College – Is College For Everyone? Part II | The Art of Manliness
Way to go Dad! Nobody likes a bully. But what if the bully is your own son? When Timothy Robenhorst found out his son Kayden had bullied a classmate, he turned Kayden’s Facebook profile turned into a platform for an embarrassing admission. “My name is Kayden Robenhorst. I am guilty of being a bully at … Continue reading After This Dad Found Out His Son Was a Bully, He Decided to Teach Him a Lesson He Won’t Ever Forget | TheBlaze.com
Two years ago, Erik Fitzgerald's life was shattered when his wife and unborn child were tragically killed in an automobile accident. Now, he's about to meet the man who was responsible. His reaction will lead you on an emotional journey into the power of forgiveness. via Man Meets His Wife and Child's Killer.
According to people who know about these things, the dried blood of St. Januarius miraculously liquified after the reliquary holding the blood was handed to Pope Francis at an event on Saturday in Naples. via Saint’s Dried Blood Liquifies in Pope Francis’ hands | CatholicVote.org.
Wish I was part of that... To travel the skies today is as innate as sipping on a chai latte. Jetting across the world upon a chair suspended 30,000 feet above the ground, all while enjoying a dry Martini, has become the norm. Once reserved to describe the rich and famous, the words ‘jet set’ … Continue reading Travel: Fly Me Friendly – What Air Travel Used to Be | Ultra Swank
Well stated... I am very impressed! PHOENIX, Ariz. – Fifth grader Aaron Bencomo brought the Arizona Senate Education Committee to tears as he testified in support of HB2190, a bill to end Common Core in the Grand Canyon state. With his mom Kristi sitting to his left beaming with pride, Aaron decimates the “one size … Continue reading VIDEO: Fifth-grader brings AZ state senator to tears as he critiques Common Core – EAGnews.org
Good read.... More than 20 years ago, longtime head of French intelligence Count Alexandre de Marenches told this reporter that the greatest threat to the security of his country was “an alien nation, living within our borders, whose language we do not speak, whose customs we do not understand, whose goals we do not share.” … Continue reading Whither Free Speech | The Saturday Evening Post
Very well written explanation on the Catholic faith... This Easter I become a Catholic. It’s been a strange, unexpected journey. Something I often think about, and reflect on, is what I would’ve thought of myself, today, if I’d met me ten years ago. What if, by some miracle of space and time, the twenty year … Continue reading What I Wish I’d Known About the Catholic Church
I saw, if it can support it self, then keep them, if not sell off the routs to privet companies... The May 5 Michigan sales tax ballot measure, which if approved by voters will trigger a $2 billion net tax increase, would add $116 million to current state mass transit spending, mostly subsidies to local bus … Continue reading Transit: So Popular it Needs to be Subsidized [Michigan Capitol Confidential]