Monthly Archives: December 2012

God Still Cries!


In the sleepy little town of Newtown, Connecticut, this place has achieved what few have been able to accomplish; combine the rural charm of a small New England town with the sophistication of a metropolitan suburb. Townspeople love calling this … Continue reading

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No More Apologies, Please!


It seems like over the past twenty years, a philosophy has made it’s way into our country’s psyche. Make an apology, and everything will miraculously be alright. It’s as if we are living our lives through the pages of the … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Male Shopper


It’s Christmas time again, the season of brotherly shoving. If you think shopping at your local department store is a nightmare, try the mall. I call it, “holiday spawning”. You literally fight your way through a mass of humanity, only … Continue reading

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New Form of Sex Education


It’s comical how parents and school districts tackle the tough subject of teaching youth about responsible relationships. As you can surmise, I’m speaking about the increasing number of young school aged children having babies. Each week I hear lectures, read … Continue reading

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