Advertisers hoped to persuade the Super Bowl's 111.3 million watchers. Though both companies tackled the same issue of immigration, good for Anheuser-Busch, bad for 84 Lumber. Here's why. … [Read more...] about Score: Anheuser-Busch wins, 84 Lumber loses
By "philosophy" I mean how to think and how to live. These are my deepest and most cutting thoughts. Don't venture lightly, and don't be easily offended.
I usually root for the underdog when I care so little for either. I have no dog in the fight this year. But this time I hope the Patriots take their 5th Lombardi Trophy. I want to see Tom Brady … [Read more...] about Why I Want Tom Brady to Win
I'm coming out of my busy work season, closing my yearly curriculum-writing routine that I've repeated since 1998. I'm getting focused on other important matters. I have three to share with you, and I … [Read more...] about Opportunities to Train
I know a lot of liberals. I find most of them to be loving, life-giving and freedom-believing people. The ones I knew were big Bernie Sanders believers, and in a way, that gave me hope. … [Read more...] about Benedict Bernie
With a tragedy like Orlando (and San Bernardino, Colorado Springs, Chattanooga, and Charleston of the last year), I search for answers. But it is almost impossible to find them amidst the social media … [Read more...] about The Solution to the Next Orlando
Wendy and I considered canceling our 25th Anniversary trip to Puerto Rico due to the on the Zika Virus. But then we dug into research, and deduced that it would be ridiculous. The media was hyping up … [Read more...] about The Zika Scare