Tag Archives: New York Times

Hooking-Up Orgasms: Better for Men or Women?

Over the years I’ve met and counseled dozens of high school students many of whom are now making more money than I! A couple of days ago I met two of my male and a female “alumni” who are now seniors at three highly regarded universities. For some reason, our conversation turned to the subject […]

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The Constitutionalization of the Supreme Court: A Proposal

The Supreme Court, unchallenged, has removed God from the public square and redefined marriage radically changing American social and religious values by highly questionable Constitutional interpretations. Because of the monumental impact of such decisions, we are entitled, nay, obligated to ask what’s going on with the nine justices. For example, let’s take Justice Kennedy, a […]

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The New York Times, the Brain Genital Law (BGL) and Polygamy

We are increasingly becoming sensitive to what we say for fear of offending others. For that reason, it’s oftentimes risky to tell the truth. Though it shouldn’t, this truthful post will undoubtedly offend certain visitors starting with this personal observation: The personnel of the New York Times is, unlike, let’s say, The Wall Street Journal, […]

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Kissing and High-Level Sex

Most kissing has nothing to do with sex. Its application ranges from a good morning and family friend greetings and goodbyes to encounters among diplomats. Depending on the circumstances, it’s an expression of love, recognition, respect, support and a reminder of the value of relationships. French kissing is not permitted! Here’s a riddle for you: […]

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