F.J. Rocca is an independent, conservative writer and blogger of fiction and nonfiction, most interested in the philosophy of American conservatism. He believes that wisdom is greater than the sum of facts, that knowledge is born of experience, that clarity is more important that eloquence, and that truth is vital to human discourse. His website is candiddiscourse.com.
The habit of good living should be the vital goal of everyone’s existence, no matter what tragedy may befall us or good luck may drop in our laps.
My wife and I are 20 years apart, and traveled many winding roads to finally reach each other.
Remember your Aretha Franklin: Love is spelled R-E-S-P-E-C-T. It applies to relationships ranging from classrooms to foreign affairs.
We can’t talk to each other if the words we’re using mean different things. Corrupt language steals freedom, even just by the act of redefining it.
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