It's been a long time between posting... For anyone missing my post, I am sorry. But I am sure most people survived... I know I did. Why so long between.. I really don't know, I have had lots to say about a lot of things going on in this world, but for some reason, posting … Continue reading And…
WOW, what a few weeks in the good ol' US of A... We have several things to talk about... Bruce Jenners Black or White ObamaCare Same-sex Marriage I am sure there are a lot more issues to talk about, but lets start with this list... First off this is my first solo post in some … Continue reading Four things I need to talk about – The American Decline….
As always Matt states like it is, I always enjoy reading his post... A couple of weeks ago, a pregnant woman named Michelle Wilkins went to a home in Boulder, Colorado, looking to buy some baby clothes. The predator there, Dynal Lane, had placed an ad on Craigslist with the intent not of selling anything, … Continue reading It’s Legal to Kill Babies, But Let’s Worry About a Gay Person’s Right to Cake | TheBlaze.com
Good advice.... Got a job interview coming up and aren’t sure how to dress? In this video, I talk about how to dress for interviews for different kinds of jobs–from big city attorney to entry-level customer service. via How to Dress for a Job Interview [VIDEO] | The Art of Manliness.
In their Catholic Evidence Training Outlines, Frank Sheed and Maisie Ward address the prevalent spiritual illness of religious indifference. The eminent Catholic duo—renowned for their influential work as street apologists, authors and co-founders of the Sheed & Ward publishing house—describes religious indifference as “the belief that no religion matters at all.” The indifferent man, according to the apologists, reduces religion … Continue reading The Culture Of “Meh”: A Modern Spiritual Epidemic | Reasonable Catholic
Day in and day out barbers shoot the breeze with the wide variety of men who walk into their shops. As these men settle in the barber’s chair and get a trim, they share tidbits about their lives, their problems, and their observations on the world today. Since barbers spend so much time listening to … Continue reading Advice on Being a Man from 8 Friendly Neighborhood Barbers | The Art of Manliness
It has been sometime since I last posted a blog… But I decided that I should post an update on that’s going on. Any one who reads this blog knows, I love to read all kinds of things. I read Stephen King books, books on politics and faith and the American way, but I was … Continue reading The future of reading?
Anyone who has read my blog or knows me, knows that I love to read. You would also know that I love to read all different types of books, from Catholic to Stephen King and everything in-between, reading is the elixir of life, books are your friend when no one else it, books are the … Continue reading Retreat to Success: A Book Review
Feeling sorry for yourself, and you present condition, is not only a waste of energy but the worst habit you could possibly have. -Dale Carnegie What can we do about this, how can we change our own outlook on our own life? How do we stop feeling sorry for ourselves, stopping the self-pity and self loathing? … Continue reading Road to Redemption: How to Overcome Feeling Sorry for Yourself
Sometimes it is hard to even start to write this blog, sometimes my mind just goes blank. Call it writers block, or what ever you want, all I know is that it is very frustrating to me. My goal is to try to write something each and everyday, I want to improve my writing, my … Continue reading How Folding PJ’s Changes my life