One of the hardest things to do in today’s world is to get people to change their minds […]
This post is mainly about how you view your world. I will use myself and my wife as […]
Is there a Civil War that the GOP is waging for their version of America? Is it a […]
I can see in the not too distant future a revolution coming that will make what us Baby […]
I did some looking-forward in the last Looking Glass post in order to guess what the coming six […]
Let’s face it, the world is on a tightrope right now. The current pandemic will likely cause changes even faster than before, and it will now happen on a very broad scale. That is what this post is all about.
Thanks to Frank Diana over at Reimagining The Future I am putting on my dreamer’s hat for this post. I really think, or at least pray, that once that despicable person leaves the Oval Office, we will go on to make our future bright indeed. That is what this post is all about.
Hold on to your pants as you haven’t seen nothing yet. This second decade of the third millennium […]
I have been diligently trying to understand the rationale that some folks have in praising Trump. One of those efforts was to read a book entitled In Defense Of Elitism by Joel Stein. The author was recently interviewed on the PBS Newshour of which I am a regular viewer. Some points I gleaned from the book is what this post is all about.
Let’s face it, our country is primarily ruled by old people like me. Is that what the framers wanted? That is what this post is about?
Obviously the question in the title above is what this post is all about. Here is the definition of social media from Wikipedia. The biggies are obviouslly Facebook,Pinterest, Instagram, Twitter, with many other a little further down the line.
Sometimes I get into dry spells here at RJsCorner where I just can’t think of something for my […]
I don’t know how many times I have heard the expression in the title of this post. I […]
If you have been around RJsCorner I’m sure you know by now that I cherish change. Change allows […]
Too many of us lament that we can’t get jobs where we were born and raised. That seems […]
I think there is a pretty fair part of the folks in this country who think their life […]
The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing. Edmund Burke […]
When I came across the quote above I knew nothing of Alan W. Watts. But, as usual I […]
While 80 percent of mainline Protestant pastors see Pope Francis as a true Christian, only 58 percent of […]
“Quite frankly, a lot of it has to do with the strength of the Apple brand and how […]
This is going to be an extremely soul-searching post for me. It has been a week since the […]
I have not looked at any politics of the day for more than a week now. I have […]
I am going to tell you up front that this post is a little whacky but then again that is the type of person I am. I am always asking questions as to why things are the way they are. This idea is a paradigm shift that very likely will never happen.
The twentieth century American dream was always about home ownership. We all dreamed of putting down a small deposit on our own place and then paying a mortgage on it for the next thirty some years until it is finally ours. The problem with that nowadays is that we find ourselves changing jobs every half dozen years or sometimes more often and those future jobs are likely not be in the area where we currently live. When that is the case then home ownership is more of an anchor than a blessing.