Columnist Doesn’t Get Anger
Directed at the Super Rich

This post is a letter I’m sending to New York Times columnist Paul Sullivan after he wrote two Wealth Matters columns discussing the horrors of suddenly being worth $350 million Continue Reading →

Generation Y’s Self-Love
Is Nothing to Brag About

nar•cis•sism inordinate fascination with oneself; excessive self-love; vanity. Are today’s college kids more narcissistic than my generation? A San Diego State University psychologist says “yes” based on her report “Egos Continue Reading →

U.S. Places 2nd to Last
in Caring for Children
When Compared With Wealthy Nations

“The true measure of a nation’s standing is how well it attends to its children – their health and safety, their material security, their education and socialization, and their sense Continue Reading →

Our Society Hammers Wedge
Between Parents and Children

Does modern society hurt the parent-child relationship? Consider that until recently, most humans lived in agrarian societies. Sure, there were cities, but as a whole must humans lived on some Continue Reading →

Our Society Hammers Wedge
Between Parents and Children

Does modern society hurt the parent-child relationship? Consider that until recently, most humans lived in agrarian societies. Sure, there were cities, but as a whole must humans lived on some Continue Reading →