Monthly Archives: June 2012

The Fatherless

Absent Dads, Working Moms, Single-Parent Homes, and the Blame Game “The thinker makes a great mistake when he asks after cause and effect. They both together make up the indivisible phenomenon.” ~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Sunday, 17 June 2012, was … Continue reading

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The Politics of Virginia

“Traveling through Virginia, the oldest, largest, and wealthiest of the American colonies and the single most powerful influence on the early United States, is a nonstop history lesson.” ~Rough Guides After provisional capitals in Annapolis, Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia, Princeton, Trenton … Continue reading

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