Why We Love the Sound of Our Own Name

It’s been said that there is no sweeter sound than that of hearing our own name spoken aloud. Destiny Child nailed this intrinsic desire for us to hear our own name in their Grammy Award winning hit, “Say My Name.” Author Baron Greycastle agrees, but says our names also have colors, which can affect how others see us. In his latest book, Your Name & … Continue reading Why We Love the Sound of Our Own Name

Hershey Announces the Release of Its First New Candy Bar for the Fourth Time in History

The Hershey Company announced the official launch of its new Hershey’s Gold bars, the fourth flavor in its 100 year history in celebration of their official sponsorship of the United States Olympic Committee. Interestingly, there’s no chocolate in the new Hershey bar. Instead, Hershey’s Gold is a caramelized creme with salty peanut and pretzel bits for a sweet, buttery taste that is topped off with a creamy and crunchy … Continue reading Hershey Announces the Release of Its First New Candy Bar for the Fourth Time in History

How to Be a Woman of Substance

Women of substance are generally the busiest, smartest, and most interesting women on the planet, and red-pilled women far surpass the unwashed masses in fulfilling their potential. Beautiful buildings—and beautiful women—don’t just happen, however. They are executed with great skill, patience and planning. And when completed, they are rock solid gems for all the world to admire and stand the test of time. Here’s how they … Continue reading How to Be a Woman of Substance

Jihad in the Classroom

It isn’t news to those of us who have been watching the infiltration of Islam in public schools and universities that the likes of Areeje Zufari, the Florida professor who teaches Middle Eastern humanities at Rollins and Valencia colleges, has been free to spout her hatred of Christianity in a paid university position. Zufari’s Christian-phobic behavior only came to light after she was recently outed … Continue reading Jihad in the Classroom

Campers and Hikers Are Catnip to Something Dark

Planning a getaway to one of our nation’s national parks this summer? Before you go into the woods or canyons, you need to know about David Paulides series Missing 411. Paulides, a 20-year veteran of police enforcement, chronicles an astounding number of people who are mysteriously disappearing from our national parks and he wants to know why. His research and collaboration with federal agencies, rescuers, … Continue reading Campers and Hikers Are Catnip to Something Dark

Hate Valentine’s Day?

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and for many of us, it can be brutal, particularly when we are dealing with broken relationships, including non-romantic relationships. As we mature in Christ, it is inevitable to have regrets over broken relationships. To wish that we could go back in time and take that narrow path rather than the way that led to destruction is inherent … Continue reading Hate Valentine’s Day?

The Media’s Obsession with Thin

The Daily Mail has a propensity of posting photos of celebrities in bikinis accompanied by headlines that are either body shaming the target or glorifying their emaciation. This recent photograph of April Love Geary’s (Robin Thicke’s love interest) emaciated body was glorified on December 30, 2016 by author Becky Freeth. And her caption? “Body beautiful: Never out of a bikini, April has spent a quieter … Continue reading The Media’s Obsession with Thin

The Maleficent Pitt-Jolie Split

The Pitt-Jolie breakup highlights all that can go wrong with the family court system when partners become acrimonious and Big Brother becomes involved in our most intimate and private issues. I should know, I have been a family law paralegal for more than 15 years, and I have seen the system fail both children and parents alike. What can be particularly odious about the family … Continue reading The Maleficent Pitt-Jolie Split

Teen Entitlement

I was struck the other day with just how different my parenting style was as compared to my coworkers. It all started over an office conversation with one coworker complaining over the deplorable condition her grown son—who still lives with her at home—left the bathroom and bedroom he uses. The other coworker, who has a daughter who will soon be leaving the nest for college, … Continue reading Teen Entitlement