I grew up as a Gen X kid. My mother was a self-proclaimed hippie up until she grew older and became intrigued by the idealism of what I call the “True Republican Era.” You know – when Reagan was in office and embodied true Conservative ideals: belief in smaller government, a truly free market, real democracy, and less interference in ...Read More »
Author Archives: Mcclain W.
Alain de Botton, British Author and Philosopher extraordinaire, has an interesting idea about addiction. In one of his publications, he describes addiction as the following: “There are, in truth, far more addicts than we think. Indeed, if we look at the matter squarely: we are pretty much all addicts… addiction is the manic reliance on something, ANYTHING, in order to ...Read More »
One of the things I love about America is our freedom to express ourselves. It doesn’t matter if I agree with your opinion or not – you have every right to say (or not say) whatever your truth is and that’s a powerful thing to have. It’s a right we take for granted often. It’s a right many countries under ...Read More »
Unpolitically correct opinion: we’re raising a bunch of whiny sissies and we have nobody to blame but ourselves.I remember the first time I described my kid as durable.I was with a coworker and it was in passing. In all honesty, I can’t remember the context, but I’m sure it had something to do with my 2-year-old tripping, crashing, or falling ...Read More »