Thanksgiving Day 2012

Living in California, one may think that I spent Thanksgiving Day eating a turkey sub with cranberry juice, but one would be mistaken. A big advantage of having a large family is the fact that wherever you go, you’ll possibly run into some “kinfolk!” (This word is now a part of my daily vocabulary since […]

The “G” Card

There are some challenges that arise when someone becomes enlightened and discovers the truth known as atheism. I don’t mind having to repeatedly explain myself when asked, “how did you manage to figure out there is no ‘god’ why don’t you believe in ‘god’?” Although I love being an atheist as much as a Catholic […]

The Mythical U. S. Education Problem

A major focus during the 2012 Presidential election was on the so called “education problem” in the United States of America. President Barack Obama and “governor” Mitt Romney each vowed improve the performance of American students. I agree that education is extremely important, but there is one problem; the United States of America does not […]

Are There Any More Heroes

Recently, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced that the seven Tour De France victories by Lance Armstrong will be wiped from the history books. I think we will all remember where we were when the news broke. (I was somewhere in the city of Los Angeles, or possibly Pasadena; no wait, I might have been […]