WOW, lots of things to say about this... First off, if we want to be inclusive,why do we have an exclusive house? And why do we want to have a place that just marks them as an easy target for ignorant people? Should they not just live in a dorm like everyone else? Just a … Continue reading Too much sex in colleges? Check out THIS student housing option. – Allen B. West – AllenBWest.com
“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
Below is an article form my local community newspaper, I thought it was worth sharing…. Who doesn’t love the power of words? By Susan Willett In my business, one has to love words. True, some of my favorites and most often used remain unprintable in a family (or any other) newspaper, but still, one simply … Continue reading Words have power
Image via Wikipedia Our ability to succeed is truly all up to us. We are the masters of our own destiny, and we decide if we fail or not. All to often we allow others to decide for us, we listen to the negative inputs from others, allowing that cancer of negativity to eat away … Continue reading How to Achieve your Goals and Create your own Mount Rushmore
Cover of Boys Town "What’s “just” has been debated for centuries, but let me offer you my definition of social justice: I keep what I earn and you keep what you earn. Do you disagree? Well then, tell me how much of what I earn “belongs” to you -- and why?" -- Walter Williams Williams … Continue reading Could Boys Town work today? And other thoughts on Charity and Social Justice.
I have written about, in the past, my sisters daughter who had brain cancer as a child, she is 22 now, and over all doing fine. She has the mentality of an 8-year-old, and this, sometimes, causes one to stop and reflect on what she has to say. Many times you just smile and laugh because … Continue reading How Smucker’s BP&J changed the world*