The Looming New Year

by baldilocks   Sounds ominous, doesn’t it? And it should. Many famous people have died this year, some from old age, some from long-term conditions , some from freak accidents, and of course drug overdoses. Most heart-wrenching and thought-provoking were the deaths of mother-and-daughter superstars, Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher, within 24 hours of each … Continue reading The Looming New Year

The real Nazis

If you haven't watched "Man in the High Castle" and you're an Amazon Prime member, put it on your weekend "To Do" list.  I'm only on the first season, but it's an amazing dystopian view of an America that lost World War Two.  One of the most intriguing characters (to me anyway) is John Smith, … Continue reading The real Nazis

How Earning a Degree Can Shape Your Future

If you’ve been on the fence about whether or not to pursue your degree with the masters of science in nursing online curriculum program, then it may be helpful to learn about the ways it can shape your future. Earning a degree is nothing to take lightly. It requires a lot of hard work and … Continue reading How Earning a Degree Can Shape Your Future

Movies And The Culture Wars: Part 2 Captains Courageous: 1937

This is the 2nd of three guest posts I did for Ladd Ehlinger's site back in late 2011.  I'm reprinting them here (With Ladd's permission) because I think the election of Donald Trump is a significant event in the culture wars and these posts (and the follow ups that I intend to write) serve to explain what … Continue reading Movies And The Culture Wars: Part 2 Captains Courageous: 1937