The Voluntarily Lazy

I enjoy reading what other people think; especially when they have a different perspective than I have.  As a long-time published author, I understand the importance of finding the right words to insure that your readers fully comprehends the message you are sending them.  The written word is the one form of communication where the author can be allowed the luxury of lengthy and adequate consideration so as to ponder their precise message; making edits as needed to capture their exact thoughts.  When allowed to have these thoughts published without outside edits or changes the readers gets a glimpse into the mind of the author. Continue reading “The Voluntarily Lazy”

Is Legal Theft a Requirement To Do Business?

Theft WordsAmerica is and has remained for over 200 years the “Land of Opportunity”.  Thanks in large part to the three cornerstones of our society; our capitalistic economy, our republic form of government, and our religious acceptance.  Even with this moniker and our systems being firmly in place to benefit all citizens, we still have people who work tirelessly to disrupt the bedrock of our existence, in most cases not out of spite or malice; instead out of unrealistic compassion or ignorant authority.  Add into this mix a very small percentage of people who spend their days in occupations or activities viewed as illegal and you begin to form the basis of this discussion.   Continue reading “Is Legal Theft a Requirement To Do Business?”