21
Nov

“Little Boy” is a Big Film with Even Bigger Ideas

Before a private screening, co-producer Eduardo Verastegui said that one of the goals they wanted to accomplish in his new film, “Little Boy” was a living Norman Rockwell painting, depicting America in all of its idyllic warmth.  The heartwarming film achieved that and so much more. Set in 1940s California, “Little Boy” follows a—to put […]

Patient, Heal Thyself

In a shocking finding, researchers at Harvard Medical School’s (HMS) Osher Research Center and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) have found that the placebo effect works even when subjects know they are taking a placebo. We’ve all heard the cliche, physician, heal thyself. With some conditions, evidently, it’s apt to implore the patient to […]

26
Sep

Someone Stole My Book Cover!

Being an independent author and publisher isn’t easy. You’re oftentimes trying to produce quality material on top of holding a day job and without the marketing budgets big publishers have to bring in the readers who make it all worthwhile. It’s even more difficult when you produce good stuff because, inevitably, other authors and publishers […]

17
Aug

Sex, Lies, and Theology

“…sex felt dirty and wrong and sinful even though I was married.” There’s an article making the rounds entitled “IT HAPPENED TO ME: I Waited Until My Wedding Night to Lose My Virginity and I Wish I Hadn’t.” In it, the author explains that she waited to have sex until her wedding night like a […]

Military Interventionism is Unproductive, Unreasonable, and Un-American

If there’s one legitimate role for the federal government, it’s national defense. But that raises the question: what constitutes a national defense? Moreover what constitutes a sound national defense. While defense is vital to our existence, military interventionism is usually unproductive, unreasonable, and un-American. Military interventionism is unproductive because, not only does it not work to help keep […]