Monthly Archives: August 2015

Just a theory . . .

What was just a theory yesterday can become a reality today and new possibilities will define all our tomorrows … at least, in theory. Continue reading

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Beauty . . . is everywhere!

“There is beauty everywhere.” I am learning to look for it. Continue reading

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Donald Knows Best

Let’s make it an all ‘Donald’ administration and we can count on a jolly, no-holds-barred, rollicking good time! Continue reading

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Nothing new . . . but who knew or even knows now?

Sometimes it is difficult to make sense out of some of the foreign policy decisions our leaders make. Why did we attack Iraq twice? Why did we destroy Libya? Why did we start the crisis in the Ukraine? Why do we overthrow the democratically elected leaders of some nations, court the friendship and favor of monarchists and tyrants? Why are we now aggressively provoking conflict with Russia and confronting China? This book goes the long mile toward explaining what underlies some of America’s most nefarious activities on the international front. Continue reading

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The Man Who Loved Too Much Trilogy

Six years of hard work and my trilogy is now complete. In the metaphysical order of the Universe, it rivals the Trinity in its profundity and impact on the world. Some will understandably claim it is an inspired work channeling that which have driven great men to make sense out of the human condition. Others will say it’s just more passive-aggressiveness springing from unresolved adolescent issues and partially descended gonads. Decide for yourself. Death threats should be attached to a $100 bill. Continue reading

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