Category Archive: Civility

A Tribute To Those Who Wore The Blue & The Gray

    Let [us] be an example to the nations of the earth. . . that the deepest hate can be resolved into love and tolerance.” —Overton Minette, Commander-in-Chief of the Grand Army of the Republic (the leading Union veterans’ organization), Gettysburg, 1938 SmithsonianMag.com   Amazon.com Widgets       A Tribute To Civil War …

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Illiberal Policies Undermine Society

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There’s an odd, bitter-bitter-sweet reality becoming evident with the liberal policies that have confounded and ham-strung our American social structure for decades. At a time when communities are having to lay off law enforcement members because of over-liberal state and federal spending and entitlement policies, now 46,000 prisoners will be back on the street in …

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“Lord of the Flies” Becoming Stark Reality?

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What’s happing to young people in America? What discourages or at minimum what does not contribute to the basest behavior being expressed by human beings? Do we need more secularism, American Idol, reality shows, violent video games, sexual confusion pandered by the MSM and “educators” to benefit youth? We long ago outlawed the Bible, prayer …

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Rules of Civility & Decent Behaviour In Company And Conversation

Rules of Civility & Decent Behaviour In Company And Conversation “No wonder everybody honoured him who honoured every body.” – Parson Weems (1758 – 1825) regarding George Washington For the first post at this site and to set the tone for future ones, I’ve chosen to share a little known aspect from the life of …

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