Thank you for returning to Common Sense Civics and Citizenship. I’m especially grateful for your participation this week. Perhaps Americans have found some points of agreement. We don’t like to leave our own behind. We support our military. We want to complete the mission with success. With this in mind, here are two articles pertaining […]
Independence Day Prep
Welcome! Thank you for returning to Civics and Citizenship as we take a look at a few ideas to prepare for our Independence Day celebrations. Guarding our liberty is no longer the “elephant in the room” but an action item on the minds of many Americans. Also, how do we prepare the conversations that may […]
Heard On the Street
Thank you for returning to Common Sense Civics and Citizenship. Americans are openly admitting and confronting the many and sudden changes in our culture. I hear of more people attending city council meetings and speaking up at school board meetings. This week, I wrote about the human need to be free. We also discuss ideas […]
Victimhood or Victory?
You have a story. How did you get to where you are today? More specifically, how did you exercise American freedoms to get you to a better place? Some Americans made decisions in their youth to be or not to be like someone else. Instead, you charted your own path to get out of a […]
Welcome New Subscribers!
Thank you for subscribing to the weekly updates. Each week I will include the latest articles I have written. An occasional personal note from me will also arrive in the weekly email. Today is one of those days. More and more, people are questioning our viability as a lasting society. This week, I address those […]
Could We Lose Our American Identity?
You could lose your identity as: an employee an owner an individual a countryside dweller an outspoken critic an inventor a sports enthusiast an American Wait. Could we lose our identity as Americans? Not “American in Name Only.” I mean the traditions and values that make us uniquely American. I believe we could lose our […]