Category: FunnyNews

  • Trapped By The Game That’s Played

    In the United States too many Americans living today are facing realities that have already been played out before. We would have thought that in this 21st century contingencies of a bye-gone era would belong to the past. Yet, here we are. Millions continue to be forced out into the streets, finding it harder to […]

  • Escape From Freedom

    The forest was shrinking, but the trees kept voting for the axe, for the axe was clever and convinced the trees that because his handle was made of wood, he was one of them. – Turkish proverb Erich Fromm was a German/US social psychologist, philosopher and author. He wrote the seminal book Escape From Freedom during the […]

  • Ways You Can Help People With Disabilities

    Finding a home isn’t easy; imagine finding a place to live if one has a disability! Supported Living Services (SLS) consist of a wide scope of services for adults with developmental disabilities who, through the Individual Program Plan (IPP) process, choose to live alone or live with, or close to other people like themselves; in […]

  • What Does Your Phone Cover Speak About Your Personality?

    According to the latest reports by the United Nations, the world is populated with over 7.6 billion people. As we know, each person possesses their own unique sense of identity, morals and judgment that enables them to make decisions across their lifetime. In fact, that very certainty can be applied to how a person chooses […]

  • Critical Thinking: Is The Coronavirus Being Used To Divide People?

    Before the contagion came onto the scene, it wouldn’t be right to say that, as a whole, there was harmony on earth. There were numerous things that a number of people were fighting over. For example, there was the battle between some men and women and between those who belong to one religion and another. […]

  • Dear Kitty – The Diary of Anne Frank

    Anne Frank (Annelies Marie Frank – 12 June 1929 – c. February 1945) was a German girl of Jewish heritage who became a victim of the Nazi Holocaust. She gained posthumous fame with the 1947 publication of The Diary of a Young Girl (Dutch: Het Achterhuis – English: The Secret Annex), in which she documents her […]

  • Cowboy Adventures During the Wild West

    The Wild West The Wild West refers to the period from the end of the Civil War in 1865 to around 1900. It tells the stories of the pioneers, the settlers, the cattle kings, gold mining, railroads and steamboats, the cowboys, Indians, outlaws and gun slingers. Famous characters of the Wild West include Whyatt Earp, […]

  • Nourishing the Balance of the Universe

    On the one hand, who are we microscopic beings to think we can have any effect at all on something as vast and incomprehensible as the Universe-in which we are so minuscule as to be inconsequential, and may be sloughed off the face of the earth as easily as a snake may shed it skin? […]

  • Some Dangers From Pandemic Fatigue

    After, close to two years, it should surprise no one, many are, at the least, tired of this horrendous pandemic, or even, far – more, fatigued, and sick – and- tired of it, and the impact on our lives! However, this should not, and cannot justify, the utter – disregard of some, in terms of […]

  • What Might Be Next In The Economy?

    Since, we don’t have a crystal ball, it is impossible to predict, accurately, the future! This is especially true, when, it comes to economic issues, including investment, real estate, interest rates, inflationary pressures, government actions, international factors, etc. What are the ramifications of inflation, recession, interest rates, Federal Reserve Bank decisions, etc? How can one, […]