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America's Occult Holidays: Valentine's Day/Groundhog Day, St. Patrick's Day, Easter, Halloween, and Christmas - by Doc Marquis

Former Satanist, Doc Marquis, delivers a knockout punch against the practice of all our major holidays, providing details only a former Witch would know.

Doc begins by demonstrating how the Illuminati effected the change in our calendar and how that change has affected a dramatic change in our everyday lives. 156 more words

Illuminati / Satanism (Expose)

Groundhog Day

Going to work again.
Another dreary Monday -
Groundhog Day.

Nothing ever changes,
at least not in a good way.

Same people, same tasks,
except more to do. 119 more words

"A Libertarian Curmudgeon's Advice for Life, Love, & Making a Living: A Review of Charles Murray’s 'The Curmudgeon's Guide to Getting Ahead'" (Crown, 2014)

A Libertarian Curmudgeon’s Advice for Life, Love, & Making a Living:
A Review of Charles Murray’s The Curmudgeon’s Guide to Getting Ahead (Crown, 2014)
Dr. Mark S. 986 more words

Moral Philosophy

20 Years 10 Promises - There and Back Again

I feel a little like Bilbo Baggins  today – looking back over the many years and reflecting on my wild and unlikely adventures. So maybe I didn’t travel thousands of miles on foot with a gaggle of irritable  dwarves to battle an assortment of trolls, goblins and freaky spiders – and a grumpy fire-breathing dragon. 1,828 more words


10 Movie Poster Mashups

I usually compare movies’ plots to show how similar they are, but today I’m going to do something different. Here are 10 movies with titles that could work for completely different films. 277 more words


‘Advice for a Happy Life’ accessible to us all

Caption: Bill Murray’s character Phil Connors becomes an expert pianist in his ‘Groundhog Day’ quest for satisfaction. (Photo: Columbia Pictures/Everett Collection)

By Chuck Cohen/ Managing Director, Benco Dental… 94 more words


Advice for a Happy Life

This is an article written by Charles Murray for The Wall Street Journal. A friend of mine sent this article over for a read, and it turns out to be quite a good read. 2,288 more words