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You may have heard of Jonah Goldberg. He is a commentator on several Fox News programs, and a senior editor at the conservative National Review, with a widely read nationally syndicated column. He has written several best sellers, including the … Continue reading
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Adolescence is a precarious time for teens. It can also be a very frightening time for parents as well. There are so many new issues that our children face, that no one has ever dealt with before, that our children … Continue reading
Tagged AA, addiction, adolescence, Aftercare, drugs, gambling, in patient, Laurence M. Westreich, love, out patient, parenting, sex, teenagers, therapy, tough talk, unconditional love
Adolescence: People say it like its a bad thing. I have yet to figure out what exactly is the problem. Young people, are young. They are inexperienced. They live a “je ne sais qua,” life. They are exploring the world … Continue reading
Tagged Ben Sasse, childhood, CIS, college, education, extended adolescence, feminism, gendercide, genocide, Israel, parenting, slut feminism, War on Boys
I suppose it’s because spring has sprung and I decided to clean out my attic. In that respect it came to me in the middle of the night, the word “revamp.” Actually, I removed boxes of books that I used … Continue reading
Tagged ancient history, antiques, autism, autism warrior parent, cleaning, goals, happiness, joy, life plan, parenting, refurbishing, revamp, Rome, spring cleaning, World Autism Awareness Day
Robert Tanenbaum’s legal series, the Karp-Ciampi collaboration to rid the world of criminals, sociopaths, and all around bad guys, continues with the next installment, Immoral Certainty. At this point, our legal duo is happily ensconced in the Manhattan District Attorney’s … Continue reading
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Tagged Book review, Butch Karp, child safety, courtroom, crime, crimes against children, criminal law, humanity, law, legal thriller, Mafia, Manhattan DA, Manhattan District Attorney, Marlene Ciampi, parenting, politics, Robert Tanenbaum
I received an interesting clip from a Facebook friend today. He was talking about my previous post and life’s parameters. It’s about taking the initiative and not allowing incidents to define who you are as opposed to you redefining yourself. … Continue reading
Tagged college, communism, culture, education, future, hope, James Tiberius Kirk, kindness, Kobayashi Maru, love, microagression, parenting, questions, safe spaces, shakespeare, Star Trek, the Bard, universe
The cupboard is his favorite place. There are so many unseen goodies in there. He lives in the hole behind the cupboard and this makes him just soooo happy. Crumbs galore. He doesn’t understand why the humans never clean them … Continue reading