Women are ascending to power in America and around the world. Like any change, this transition is good and bad. It's wonderful to see ladies reach new heights. They are competent, talented and qualified. The downside is women do not deal with risk as well as men. Social research shows men are more risk-taking than … Continue reading Message for Simone Biles from Coach John Wooden
The United States of America is famously known for being the land of opportunity where everyone should have an equal chance to succeed. However, lining everyone up at some Olympic starting line and simply saying, "Go!" isn't likely to be fair to everyone. Anyone following Tokyo 2020 knows Black athletes tend to run faster than … Continue reading Equality v Equity: What is Your Opinion?
This is exactly why older generations are begging the government to legalize cannabis (marijuana). We need help to retain our sanity. So I am at Walmart scanning and bagging my almost $300 worth of groceries while the employee that wants $15 an hour "monitors" and then this happened. Life with the WOKE Generation Her - … Continue reading Making Sense of the WOKE Generation
Recently ClearHealthLife published an explosive article revealing University of Hawaii's greatest quarterback, Colt Brennan, admitted to using cannabis before every junior college, college and professional game. Cannabis King Colt Brennan. Hawaii's Greatest Quarterback Football is king in Hawai'i. Brennan's revelation caused much cognitive dissonance and consternation in the heavily Asian American population that is anti-cannabis. … Continue reading Can Cannabis Make You a Better Athlete?
As I read posts across social media, I am frequently reminded by single mothers how difficult life is as they struggle to raise one, two, three or more children by themselves. They are angry employers do not pay more; upset government does not provide more in benefits. However, two-parent families do not face such financial … Continue reading Thank Goodness for Dads
The most natural thing for good parents to do is try make it easier, safer and less frustrating for their children. Each generation of parents seeks a better life for their offspring. However too much spoiling and pampering leads to weakness. Here's an example posted by a loving mother in southeastern Idaho. Families are strong … Continue reading The Reason Why Our Youngsters Are Failing in America
ClearHealthLife: the current discussion about racism will destroy our nation, as ultimately the trajectory divides. The real question is what DO YOU need to succeed? Let me tell you how my story ends: I become a tenured, award-winning professor of political science at an Ivy League university, and then at one of the leading universities … Continue reading What I Can Teach You About Racism
The purpose of Men’s Health Month is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. This month gives health care providers, public policy makers, the media, and individuals an opportunity to encourage men and boys to seek regular medical advice and early treatment … Continue reading Men’s Health Month: No Aloha For Bruddahs in Hawai’i
On Friday, June 11th, the state of Hawai'i shut down to honor the first king of the islands, Kamehameha the Great. Kalani Paiʻea Wohi o Kaleikini Kealiʻikui Kamehameha o ʻIolani i Kaiwikapu kauʻi Ka Liholiho Kūnuiākea (c. 1736? – May 8 or 14, 1819) is considered the founder and first ruler of the Kingdom of … Continue reading Hawaii’s Greatest QB Cannabis King Colt Brennan and NFL $1,000,000 Challenge
One evening my mother made dinner after a hard day's work. She put a plate of eggs and burnt toast in front of my father … I immediately noticed, the burnt toast …. And, I was waiting to see if he was going to complain about it, but my father started to eat them, smiling … Continue reading Inspired by Charm