Wouldn’t It Be Nice?: 6 Needed Common Sense Priorities

How many times have you observed something, and thought, wouldn’t it be nice, and make common sense, to change the way, we do/ approach, it? Since, many Americans, often, consider this nation, to be, the land of the free, etc, shouldn’t we examine, why so many of these rights/ Constitutional guarantees, seem to be, losing […]

Addressing Infrastructure: 5 Key Considerations!

For, far – too long, the United States, has, avoided, doing anything, meaningful, about addressing the infrastructure needs, which have long, been ignored, and/ or, overlooked! If, excuses, promises, and empty rhetoric, got it done, there would, by – now, no longer, be a need to address these necessities! We have witnessed, far – too […]

Without Pity

These are the times that try men’s souls. If you really think about it. The times of today where so much anger, hate, confusion and bewilderment about what the hell is happening to our world defies logic. From a pandemic that should never have been, to an unimaginable global humanitarian crisis and our own government […]

Florence Nightingale – “The Lady With the Lamp”

Florence Nightingale, “The Lady with the Lamp”, (May 12, 1820 – August 13, 1910) was a British nurse, statistician, social reformer and the founder of modern nursing. She was a pioneering figure who changed 19th and 20th-century nursing from an untrained profession to a highly skilled and well-respected medical profession. She became famous for her […]

Customer Is King, But Is He God?

Many times, we find innocent souls forced to beg on the streets or we see homeless persons being turned away when they enter a restaurant in a prime locality. We can also see at many businesses they have hung boards which say that “Customer is King” etc., The same restaurant which chases a homeless person […]

Time to Get Off the Sidelines

I heard a saying recently, don’t know whom to attribute it to, but it went like this. “When you sit on the fence, you tend to fall on the side where there are the most people.” That’s been the state of the United States for quite a while. Things were going well, particularly under the […]

The Roaring Twenties

The Roaring Twenties, also known as the Jazz Age, refers to the decade of the 1920s in Western society that featured economic prosperity and social change in the United States and Europe. As the economies of the western world prospered, wages rose and prices fell, resulting in a higher standard of living which saw a […]