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President Trump evokes very strong opinions that result in filtering and editing in a way that supports the bias of the person commenting on him. Here is a complete unedited transcript of his recent interview with Time Magazine without any commentary so you can form your own opinion.
Ready or not, someday it will all come to an end.
I post this to remind US that humor can improve MEN’S HEALTH and a WOMAN’S DAY. It can make you more COSMOPOLITAN, add GLAMOUR and ENTERTAINMENT to your LIFE
When I talk to parents and teachers about the role of schools in teaching character someone usually points out that character development is and should be the primary concern of parents. Who can argue with that? Many of the attitudes and habits that make up character are learned at home. But they’re learned elsewhere as well — on the school …
Despite attitudes to LGBT people slowly changing across the US and worldwide, there is still a very tough path ahead for most people who identify as LGBT.
Xenophobia, is a fancy word for bigotry .There are troubling similarities in certain current anti-immigration passion, perhaps hysteria, and one of the darker movements in American history – the “no nothing” party.
Though the concept of religious freedom and tolerance is at the core of American ideals, our history is tainted by prominent examples of religious prejudice and persecution – especially against Catholics, Jews and Muslims.
The wholesale imprisonment (we called it internment) of thousands of Japanese-Americans (we called them Japs) in U.S. Concentration Camps (we called them
What is tolerance and is it always a good thing? It helps to understand various aspects of this concept.
MUST-SEE VIDEO. After the surprise attack by the Japanese on the U.S. Navy at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and the declaration of war against Japan, 120,000 men, women and children, including second and third generation American citizens
If you once forfeit the confidence of your fellow citizens, you can never regain their respect and esteem. It is true that you may fool all of the people some of the time; you can even fool some of the people all of the time; but you can’t fool all of the people all of the time. – Abraham Lincoln
This year’s President’s Day, a celebration of two of our greatest leaders, comes at the end of an eventful week raising the issues of what does it mean to be presidential and
IS THE TRUTH STILL IMPORTANT?
As parents, we must lead by example — Live a life that your children can be proud of and they will live a life you can be proud of.
“True friends don’t just like you, they care about you. True friends want the best for you and bring out the best in you.” – Michael Josephson
America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves. – Abraham Lincoln
Michael’s Reflections on the Current Travel Ban Controversy.
I wish we still celebrated Lincoln’s birthday. I’m an Abraham Lincoln groupie. By sheer good fortune, my son Justin was born on his birthday, my daughter Abrielle
GREAT STUFF HERE! Valentine’s Day provides us with a special opportunity to express our love to the dearest people in out lives, the ones who we embrace with our hearts – lovers, friends, even family. To those
Martin Luther King, Jr., said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” In a world increasingly dominated by unapologetic selfishness, this
I love you, not only for what you are, but for what I am when I am with you. – Roy Croft I love thee to the depth and breadth and height my soul can reach.
A good leader uses the bully pulpit for inspirational leadership, not for actual bullying. – Michael Josephson
A man and his companion lost their way in a forest. The companion despaired, but the man said maybe some good would come of it. They came upon a stranger who needed the man’s help. The stranger turned out to be a prince who gave the man a beautiful horse. His neighbors praised his good luck and said, “How blessed …