Effects of the Sexual Revolution: What did you expect?

I was in a hospital waiting room a couple of weeks ago and there on the television set was a report about the number of accusations of sexual assaults on minors in the Montreal area. In 2015, the number of reported sexual offenses against minors had increased. In the program, the journalist interviewed a sex... Continue Reading →

Put It Into Practice

Someone that I consider a mentor said to me not long ago, "It is not what you know that matters, but what you practice." That is so true. We can know everything about finances (how to save, invest, manage a budget), but if we do not put into  practice what we know, it will not... Continue Reading →

Le Ministère de l’Éducation Sera Plus Puissant Que Les Parents

Un article écrit par Jocelyn Richer le 31 août dans Le Devoir, a déclaré le nouvel agenda pour le ministère de l’éducation concernant l’éducation sexuelle. Dans l'article intitulé «Aucune exemption du cours n’est envisagée» (voici le lien: http://m.ledevoir.com/#article-448859), nous apprenons que l’éducation sexuelle, pour le ministre, a la même importance «que le français et les... Continue Reading →

A Response To My Alma Mater

I graduated from Kennesaw State University in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science, concentrated in Sport Management. I loved my time there. I met my wife there. I still follow KSU Sports and I am looking forward to their first football season coming up this fall. But, I am disappointed at the stance they have... Continue Reading →

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