Conversations on the Bench

Conversations on the Bench: Life Lessons from the Wisest Man I Ever Knew Digger Cartwright Inspired by Actual Events “I want you to meet a good friend of ours,” Sebastian said to the barkeep. He set his pool cue on the table, then settled into a large chair. “This is

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By Any Other Name

By Any Other Name: An Erotic Novel of Suppression and Freedom By William E. Rand “Among those who dislike oppression are many who like to oppress.” – Napoleon Bonaparte, France (1769-1821) William E. Rand, also noted for his work in the horror genre, has here created an interesting and thought

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Saving a White Knight

Saving a White Knight William Rand University Professor Russell Patton is full of self-hate, and he does not even know it. Known to others as a white knight, Russell, suffering from stress and frequent headaches, lives his life in a shroud of political correctness, unable to see beyond the boundaries.

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The End of an Era

  Mad Men and the Ordeal of Civility James J. O’Meara      Before you read this article any further I must confess – I have never watched Mad Men. Not because I have any issues with the program, but simply because I very rarely watch television at all. In

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