The Three Types of Change


All change is not growth, as all movement is not forward. Ellen Glasgow Being interested in and involved in the “Change” industry, I found this quote to be dead on, All too often we tend to think that if we are changing, it must be a positive thing, that we must be growing is some … Continue reading The Three Types of Change

Free Speech and a Teacher


Image via Wikipedia In the news this past week is a story about a teacher who's blog has hit a nerve… She used her personal blog to criticize her students and fellow teachers, she never named names, didn’t say what school she worked at and didn’t give her own name. Yet the school saw fit … Continue reading Free Speech and a Teacher

Obama wants longer school years, not a new idea at all


Image via Wikipedia The debate of the longer school year has surfaces yet again, and in truth, I have been in this debate for years. In Michigan, when the state first started to offer charter schools, my brother and I ventured to start one. We were the proud owners of Midwest Tech, a school that … Continue reading Obama wants longer school years, not a new idea at all

Jesus as a tag line…


Each day we all need to make personal choices regarding how we choose to live out our faith. We choose how we are going to react to our kids in the morning or how we are going to respond to the driver who just cut us off on our way to work. We are bombarded … Continue reading Jesus as a tag line…

IS it to Far off?


The so called Health Care Bill is just one step in many that will turn our great country in to a Socialist State. Consider the following, the government owns or controls: General Motors Chrysler Fannie Mae Freddie Mac Financial Institutions Mortgage Institutions And now Health Care, and if you consider all the regulations they own … Continue reading IS it to Far off?

It ain’t fair! … So What!


Last night I was reading an article in Townhall magazine about fairness. The basic point was this, liberals love to say things are unfair. It’s a battle cry for any issue that does not agree with their twisted out look on life. I found the article interesting for a few reasons, 1) I agree with … Continue reading It ain’t fair! … So What!

Reading list…


I just finished “Gross National Happiness” a book by Arthur C Brooks who also wrote “Who Really Cares” (also a great book to read). But back to the new book, Gross Domestic Happiness, this book looks at the national happiness of our country, what makes us happy and what doesn’t. It is a fascinating look at … Continue reading Reading list…

5 at a time


I like to read, I like reading Stephen King, Dean Kuntz (only the Odd Thomas stuff) books on the catholic Faith, general spiritual books and as of late political books. The last in the list is new to me, I never read them until last year prior to the election, now I’m hooked. It was … Continue reading 5 at a time

Guilty


I just finished a great little book, Guilty by Ann Coulter, it’s a political book, and it’s a conservative book, The whole basic idea of the book is how liberals twist the truth to fit there needs, how they play the victims, when in truth they are the problem. I enjoyed the whole book, found … Continue reading Guilty

9 out of 10


9 out of 10, that's a pretty good percentage, don’t you think? I would be happy with that percentage, if lets say it represented the percentage of Catholics who attended Mass  every week, or lets say it was the percentage of the population who donated to end poverty or what if it represented the amount … Continue reading 9 out of 10