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Living Fearlessly

I’ve never been a big fan of Teddy Roosevelt.

I should probably rephrase that.  I’ve never been a big fan of Teddy Roosevelt, the politician.  I’m mostly alone in that regard, as many people, including most historians, widely regard him as one of the nation’s best presidents.   781 more words


Positive Job Seeking Strategy In Negative Times

In the news just about every day, we see major companies cutting back drastically on their working staffs. The search for a meaningful job in a poor economy can be exhausting and depressing. 360 more words

Big Schtick: Teddy Roosevelt with John Williams sponsored by American Sale

Saturday, August 12
TWO SHOWS – 10am and 1pm
Tickets are $30 – TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
McAninch Arts Center (MAC) at College of DuPage… 383 more words

John Williams

Frank Yerby and the Myth of Valor

Frank Yerby’s Benton’s Row appeared in 1954, eight years after his debut novel The Foxes of Harrow (1946) In many ways, the narrative arcs are similar: a mysterious man comes to town, under mysterious circumstances, he makes a fortune, has numerous lovers, and his dynasty crumbles by the end of the novel. 1,125 more words

American Literature

Enchanting North Dakota

We went on a whim of saying “Yes” and left raving fans. If you have not yet read the story of how we choose North Dakota, view here. 1,102 more words

Cross Country Adventure 2017

Atlas Stands


                                                       The War Against the PLDC

 Or, The Destruction of America’s Public Enemy #1,

The Progressive, Liberal, Democrat Cabal


 Here we begin Volume 3 of the Atlas Trilogy. 3,610 more words

Tantrums, Meltdowns and Nuclear Options

   My homework policy is posted, in giant letters, right up at the front of my classroom: “Just Do It.”  I like it. It’s succinct and to the point: no excuses, no procrastinating, no blowing it off – just get it done. 843 more words

Principles Of Success