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Survival Skills: The Lost Art of Self-reliance

The backbone of America has always been the courage and indomitable determination of its people, no more so than in the wide-eyed enthusiasm and optimism of our youth. But something has changed. Something fundamentally dangerous has weakened the latest generations. … Continue reading

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LFL (not ROFLMAO) The Little Free Library: Preserving the Art of Reading (and thanking a teacher)

On Sunday, April 24h, I had the pleasure of donating copies of my novels to Cumberland’s Awesome House of Books. (https://www.facebook.com/CumberlandLFL34034/) This is one example of the growing phenomenon of small, volunteer-run, free-standing places where one can borrow, read, and … Continue reading

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Generational Perspective

Here is a bit of a perspective for my fellow members of the Cumberland High School Class of 1974. In 1974: The President of the United States was Richard Nixon, until August 9th, and then Gerald Ford after Nixon resigned … Continue reading

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