Where politics is personal not partisan

Scot-itude – Politics, Society, and Compassion

June 16, 2017 0

A lack of compassion in society is not new, but solidarity exists too. Has the Trump- era helped to bring people together, and challenge bad behavior? There is a serious lack of compassion in our contemporary society — period. That […]

Scot-itude – The UK: A Country in Mourning.

May 30, 2017 0

The Manchester terror attack has affected the lives of so many. Violence can often lead to further violence, and more compassion is needed in society, badly. The Manchester terror attack, that targeted pop concert goers, including children, at the Ariana […]

More Cultural Appropriation

May 30, 2017 0

The left has taken cultural appropriation charges to the extreme, attempting to run people out of business for making food that ‘doesn’t belong to them’ or their cultures.  The left has a long and disturbing track record of financially punishing […]

The American Health Care Act and Medical Bills

May 18, 2017 0

Many in American society are angry with the healthcare system. Medical bills could get even more expensive, and some fear being turned down for insurance. Hi. My name is Kristin, and I have a pre-existing condition. Or, two… Or, three… […]

Scot-itude – Neil Diamond, Immigration and America

May 8, 2017 0

Neil Diamond is currently performing to large crowds as part of his 50th Anniversary Tour. Lessons can be learned from one of Diamond’s songs. “Far We’ve been traveling far Without a home But not without a star Free Only want […]

Scot-itude – PC Culture: Not “Much Ado About Nothing”

May 1, 2017 0

Political correctness and issues relating to censorship regularly hit the headlines. Is our society really too PC? Prior to the early 1990s, the terms “politically correct” or “politically incorrect” were barely mentioned in discourse or in writings. While the terms […]

Working Moms: Building A Career in Guilt

April 27, 2017 1

Working mothers carry a lot, from the office to the home, from the kids to the coworkers. They can also lug around a ton of guilt. If we made a list right now called, “Things We Didn’t Know We Would […]

No, Totalitarianism Is Not a Solution to Obesity

April 26, 2017 0

A prospective British parliamentary candidate, and former Olympian, has declared that two totalitarian regimes have a handle on the obesity problem. Obesity was the lynchpin of former First Lady Michelle Obama’s tenure in the White House.  She headed up the […]

How to Raise a Boy Right

April 19, 2017 0

Radical feminism is devaluing maleness, masculinity, and boyhood.  How can we arm boys to handle the cultural attacks on their very nature that they will face? Last week, an interesting screen cap came across my Twitter feed.  It was a […]

Scot-itude – Twitter Toxicity and Uncivil Discourse

April 17, 2017 0

A British politician is the subject of controversy following his decision to post a Twitter message that included personal insults. A senior British parliamentarian, Pete Wishart, is at the center of a media storm following his decision to post a […]

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