#MarchForScience In Doylestown (Pictures)

April 22, 2017 0

This Earth Day people around the country took to the streets to show support for science and the environment. Although bigger in Philadelphia, the Doylestown March For Science was impressive. The March went from State […]

Minimalism Can Bite Me

March 29, 2017 1

I’ve got a bone to pick with minimalism. I know, I know—kick me off Pinterest and name me a pariah of the Millennial generation. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with the basic premise of […]

Liars and The Lies They’re Telling

March 22, 2017 0

You have to be a special type of person to run for political office. I know many politicians and other elected officials that are upstanding individuals. I also know they are a rare breed.   […]

Adjusting to New Political Surroundings

March 22, 2017 0

Moving is an oddly cleansing experience. I donated many things I didn’t need to those that do. I left behind my ties to—and familiarities with—my hometown. And best of all, I made myself uncomfortable again. […]

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