Howard Zinn and “A People’s History of the United States”

Howard Zinn was a life long social and political activist known for his far-left views and for his tremendously popular book “A People’s History of the United States”. The book continues today, 11 years after his death, to have massive influence on American society and education and has been the bestselling account of American history... Continue Reading →

How GMO’s and Chemicals Harm the Earth and Lead to Poor Health

Science is not always the answer. I believe the best solutions are usually found by looking at nature and understanding why God designed things the way he did. In farming God has always provided us a better way and the “circle of life”, which is what regenerative agriculture is all about, could have tremendous positive impacts in our country if more people can get educated, learn more about the movement, and move out to the country to get started.

Confidence

As a former competitive golfer who played collegiately at a reasonable level I was able to witness and come to understand the attributes that set the great golfers apart from the mediocre ones like myself. Some were gifted athletically and were bigger and stronger and capable of hitting the ball far which allowed them to... Continue Reading →

Zoo Animals

As usual I arrived at my office very early in the morning and prepared for my desk job just like I have done for the past thirty years. I sat in my desk chair and turned on my computer and drank a cup of coffee while I logged in and waited for the computer to... Continue Reading →

Procrastination

“I am of the flesh, sold into slavery under sin. I do not understand my own actions. For I do not do what I want, but I do the very thing I hate.… I can will what is right, but I cannot do it. For I do not do the good I want, but the... Continue Reading →

Change

Yes, I’m one of those people. I’m one of those that are concerned about the planet warming and the extreme weather we are experiencing. I am also concerned about the rise in cancer rates, diabetes, obesity, and our overall health. I do think about a lot of things but try to concentrate on how I... Continue Reading →

Short Term Gains

The world we live in has been corrupted by large corporations and the greedy executives that run them. Publicly traded corporations, especially, are constantly pressured by shareholders who purchase their stock and demand near term growth and income. If they do not perform their stock price will lag or decline which often leads to the... Continue Reading →

Inventory

Most recovery programs involve some type of process where a person writes down and/or discusses a person’s past history including the details of past transgressions. As I have stated before I have wanted to write a book where I was completely open and honest about all of my past dealings including the sin I have... Continue Reading →

Fate, Part 2

As I stated at the end of part one of this story my wife and I had many events that led up to the point where we headed off to our respective colleges. I attended the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas where I usually wore shorts and a golf shirt on a daily... Continue Reading →

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