March 1, 2017

The Worst Money Can Buy

A year ago, I was invited to speak at the campus of Jacksonville University in Jacksonville, Florida. I was greeted and welcomed by Faith Doski, the President of the Republican Club, and several others. They were attired in dresses and business suits or classroom attire. The professionalism, grace and class exhibited by these young students was truly uplifting. Contrast my experience with that of the disgraceful exhibition at the University of California Berkeley campus when

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February 19, 2016

Marine Toys for Tots Christmas Party

“Charity work is very important to me and gives me an opportunity to give back to my community. I’ve always been a big supporter of many different charities, have donated millions of dollars to them, and it just feels great to do and be able to help others, especially children.”  – Richard MacDonald, Sculptor WEDNESDAY MORNING. December 9, 2015 It’s the morning after the author of 20/20: A Clear Vision for America sponsored a Christmas

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February 7, 2016

What Price Population?

“Where the heck did all of these people come from Stella?” “I don’t know Sam. The caterer says we’re running out of canapés and there aren’t enough tables, chairs, place settings, food and drinks for all of these extra people.” “How many people were invited to the wedding Stella?” “Amy had 250 on the original invitation list. Then, some people were offended, and there was a lot of pressure to invite more guests. We were

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Newtown Families File Law Suit

Nine families who lost a child or adult plus one teacher who was shot but survived the Sandy Hook massacre of 2012 have filed a complaint lawsuit against the companies that manufactured and sold the Bushmaster AR-15 rifle used in the devastating attack. The complaint faces an uphill battle because of an ill-conceived federal law designed to eliminate accountability against irresponsible companies and dealers who promote and sell guns. The court will have to be

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Our Children’s Children

“A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.” This Greek Proverb means many things to many people. Does it mean seniors should do nice things for their children, or is there a deeper meaning? Does it mean we are responsible for the future? Perhaps this interpretation leads us to what should happen in America today. A country grew great two hundred and thirty-nine years ago

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