Math Geek Memories

by baldilocks Around the time of 9/11, during one of my many sojourns into higher education, I was in a CAD program--which I regret not finishing. One of the required courses was Algebra and I did well, out of 100 achieving a 96 average -- math being one of my favorite subjects.  And, most heartening, … Continue reading Math Geek Memories

DaTechGuy on WLMW 90.7 FM The Right Group 4-6 PM today then speaking at Worcester Tea Party Tonight

A busy day for DaTechGuy today In a few minutes I leave to go to the studios of WLMW 90.7 FM to join old friend John Weston on The Right Group from 4-6 PM We'll be talking my coverage of events on the Boston Common, my new Radio show Your Prayer Intentions saturdays at noon … Continue reading DaTechGuy on WLMW 90.7 FM The Right Group 4-6 PM today then speaking at Worcester Tea Party Tonight

The First Amendment and Charlottesville

If you’re looking for people to blame for the events in Charlottesville, you can add liberals to the list, particularly those in the ACLU and the U.S. Supreme Court. The ability to march in Charlottesville comes directly as a result of a U.S. Supreme Court decision in 1977, with the ACLU arguing for neo-Nazis to … Continue reading The First Amendment and Charlottesville

Voices of the Catholic Marketing Network Author Christopher Sparks

I spoke to young author Christoper Sparks about his book, How Can You Still be Catholic You can buy his book here The Rest of my Catholic Marketing Network posts are here.

The Comfortable Left’s Emotional Victory in the Boston Bubble World

Saruman:  Victory at Helm's deep does not belong to you, Théoden Horse Master, you are a lesser son of greater sires. The Lord of the Rings:  Return of the King (extended version) 2003 Christie:  What's the quietest Island in the area Virgil:  I'd say Kemo Gruber: Yep Kimo, Quiet like a library. Christie: Well When … Continue reading The Comfortable Left’s Emotional Victory in the Boston Bubble World