Category Archives: America

AYN RAND

  Ayn Rand was born in Russia and educated at the Russian universities while Bolshevism was flourishing. She witnessed her entire family being murdered by the Bolsheviks when she was age thirteen. She managed to flee Stalin’s reign of terror … Continue reading

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LABOR RELATIONS IN AMERICA

                     A TRIBUTE TO FRANLIN DELANOR ROOSEVELT I am hesitant to write about labor relations in America for fear of being branded a “liberal” which nothing could be further from the truth. Because I don’t belong to any orthodox system … Continue reading

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A TRAUMATIZED NATION

Trauma on an individual level will manifest signs of severe anxiety, depression and isolation. When one thinks about trauma on a national level the symptoms are not very far apart from the individual. This is because a nation is actually composed of … Continue reading

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MIRACLES

There has been a drastic high rise of theological empiricism in recent decades across the religious land scape of America. The axiom of empiricism (science), sensation, needs only the five senses to extrapolate knowledge. When you hear someone accuse another of being sensational, it just … Continue reading

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THE RUTHLESS AMERICAN WORKFORCE

Among the many atrocities that plague our nation, one stands out, that much is written about, but rarely spoken of, in or outside the work place. A number of states are considering anti bullying laws. It has become such a phenomenon, … Continue reading

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WHOSE FAULT IS IT ANYWAY?

“In social psychology, the fundamental attribution error, also known as the correspondence bias or attribution effect, is the tendency for people to place an undue emphasis on internal characteristics of the agent (character or intention), rather than external factors, in … Continue reading

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SOCIAL CAPITAL (the changing tides in America)

When I was growing up in the 60s my father was the General Manager of a 5 and 10 store in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. I remember one night when he came home and told us the story of a young … Continue reading

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