The 7 Skills


The link below is to a great article, I recommend everyone reads it. It on the skills we all need to make it in life.... Once again a great post that I wish I would have written here it is God bless Paul

The American experiment with Socialism


Question: What is socialism? Answer: Government owned or run, central planning and no competition, a monopoly so·cial·ism /ˈsoʊʃəˌlɪzəm/ Show Spelled[soh-shuh-liz-uhm] Show IPA –noun 1. a theory or system of social organization that advocates the vesting of the ownership and control of the means of production and distribution, of capital, land, etc., in the community as … Continue reading The American experiment with Socialism

Tenured… So now I don’t have to care


Image by wmrice via Flickr In the Great State of Michigan we are going through a lot of growing pains as of late. In November we elected a new Governor, Rick Snyder. He won the Governorship overwhelmingly by stating exactly what needs to happen in this state to fix it. Cut corporate taxes, share the … Continue reading Tenured… So now I don’t have to care

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

We are called too knowledge


This past weekend I spent my time reading and listing to Catholic radio. Of course I cleaned the house, did my wash and other such tasks, but I spent a lot of time sitting and reading. It was nice, I have not had a lot of time to do that, or should I say I … Continue reading We are called too knowledge

The dilemma


Image via Wikipedia I am finding more and more the richness of the Holy Bible, the more I learn the more little nuggets of truth I discover. As I was listening to Catholic Talks on CD’s (yes I know I have been on about these CD’s for days’… but I just keep finding something new … Continue reading The dilemma

The dilemma


Image via Wikipedia I am finding more and more the richness of the Holy Bible, the more I learn the more little nuggets of truth I discover. As I was listening to Catholic Talks on CD’s (yes I know I have been on about these CD’s for days’… but I just keep finding something new … Continue reading The dilemma

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…

Sin is…


  St. Augustine said sin was “Love of oneself, even to contempt of God.” Basically St. Augustine said sin is EGO. To love oneself above all else even God. We can trace this back to our first parents, Adam and Eve. They loved themselves above God when they ate from the tree of knowledge. They discovered … Continue reading Sin is…