Advertising’s Image of Women

My friend Kelly posted the video above today on her Facebook page. I started to write a comment on Facebook, but it got longer, and longer…..and longer. So I decided to write a blog on it instead. There’s always been pressure on women to look a certain way, the Victorian era had extreme corsets, ancient… Continue reading Advertising’s Image of Women

Who was James Sammons?

Two hundred and thirty four years ago today The Second Continental Congress declared “That these United Colonies are, and of Right ought to be Free and Independent States” pledging “our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.”  Many heard the call, militia’s were formed, young men ready to give their lives for their country. One… Continue reading Who was James Sammons?

Knowledge is Power

Knowledge is Power I’ve been thinking about this for a while now.  Things keep coming up that relate to how I currently think about knowledge or information.  I think the saying “Knowledge is Power” is true, but only when that information is not commonly known.  In other words, when information is known by only a… Continue reading Knowledge is Power