Finding and Avoiding GMOs


  If you read “What is a GMO? (And why do so many people want them banned?),” you may be wondering… Am I eating GMOs? Yeah, you probably are. Despite all the effort I put into avoiding them, I know I am. I know my kids are. That is because … Continue reading

Red, White & Blue Cookies… for Patriotic Moments

Red, White & Blue Cookies

            You might think it’s a little strange (hypocritical, even) to pause in the middle of a blog series on GMOs, and why so many people want them banned and how to avoid them to write about Jell-O Cookies. Jell-O, of course, being a GMO-laden concoction, which also contains … Continue reading

What is a GMO? (And why do so many people want them banned?)

GMO article

You may have been hearing a lot about GMOs, or genetically modified organisms, over the past few weeks. At the end of May, millions of people from all over the world participated in the March Against Monsanto to protest GMOs and the company Monsanto, which is a giant in the GMO … Continue reading

Land of the Free…?


Over the past couple of weeks I have noticed a shocking—and disturbing—lack of discussion regarding the constitutional disaster that occurred in Boston after the tragic bombing at the Boston Marathon. One would think that wanton disregard for the United States Constitution in the city that birthed the American Revolution (just as the … Continue reading

Keep Pop-Tarts (That Look Like Guns) Out of Our Schools!

Not that long ago, when a kid nibbled his breakfast pastry into a shape, someone might have told him to stop messing around and finish his breakfast. Now, if he does it at school, he can be suspended. Well, he can if someone decides that his nibbled pastry looks like … Continue reading

This is not a Second Amendment Rant

Ceci n'est pas une 2nd Amendment Right

            I found this picture on one of the “Guns Are Bad” Facebook pages that have become so popular lately. My friends share the pictures and I get a few on my newsfeed every day: Some of the pictures are witty, a lot of them … Continue reading