It’s happened to all of us. You have a “come to Jesus” moment and decide you need to make changes in your life. Maybe you need to drop a few pounds (or more), want to pay off some debt, or desperately long to quit wasting time on the internet. So you start planning and scheming. … Continue reading Kaizen: Get a Little Better Each Day | The Art of Manliness
Dr. Paul R. McHugh, the former psychiatrist-in-chief for Johns Hopkins Hospital and its current Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry, said that transgenderism is a “mental disorder” that merits treatment, that sex change is “biologically impossible,” and that people who promote sexual reassignment surgery are collaborating with and promoting a mental disorder. Dr. McHugh, the author of six … Continue reading Johns Hopkins Psychiatrist: Transgender is ‘Mental Disorder;’ Sex Change ‘Biologically Impossible’
Well lets hope that his mural will not be of the dear leader Obama.... Shepard Fairey, the artist behind the iconic Barack Obama "Hope" poster, will paint his largest mural to date somewhere in Detroit, reports MetroTimes. The size and location of the mural are still under wraps, via Famous Obama "Hope" Artist Plans Major … Continue reading Famous Obama “Hope” Artist Plans Major Mural For Detroit – Street Art – Curbed Detroit
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.
My boxing coach Earl used to say, “You can’t get better fighting someone who’s worse than you.” That was cold comfort after my training partner, Derrick, had cracked me in the mouth with a jab. But I knew that Earl was right. Training with someone who was better than me made me better. via Why … Continue reading Why Every Man Needs a Challenge | The Art of Manliness
As a loving parent, it is important to instill in your kids the right mindset and attitude. Both determine how your child interprets the world. And asking the right questions encourage behavior that brings positive change and also allows for the best use of available resources. As the saying goes, where your mind goes, energy flows. … Continue reading 15 Questions To Ask Your Kids To Help Them Have Good Mindsets
Just let the data speak for itself... When Dr. Roy Spencer looked up summer temperature data for the U.S. Corn Belt, it showed no warming trend for over a century. But that was before temperatures were “adjusted” by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration climate scientists — now the same data shows a significant warming trend. … Continue reading More Evidence Of Climate Data Tampering By NOAA? | The Daily Caller
Good for them! According to recent reports, hundreds of New Mexico students joined together this week to stage a walkout in opposition to federal testing related to the Common Core program. As Western Journalism has covered extensively, Common Core has earned significant criticism for its convoluted teaching style and the inclusion of ideological material many parents … Continue reading Public School Students Protest Common Core Tests With Mass Walkout
Let me ask you all a question.... Do you think it is productive or counterproductive to always refer to race? Do you think it is productive or counterproductive to always refer to gender? Examples: Unemployment is 9% and black unemployment is 12%... or Black teen killed by white teen or Black America and I could … Continue reading Black, White – Boy, Girl… Does it matter?
We see lots of list published this time of the year, with everyone wanting to start the New Year off with some positive action of some sort. Most of the time it's a top 10 list of some sort. Well I decided ten things to do is just way to many, and really, most of … Continue reading Two Points to live by