This blog post is part of the Community Viewpoint series. In this post, I will be discussing the overview of … Continue reading Community Viewpoints: Dare to Achieve Good Health
My experience with Russian and Crimean people has always been positive. This hospitality is deeply embedded in their culture and … Continue reading People of Russia and Crimea – My Experiences in 2017
I see many articles in the West saying how bad things are on the Crimean peninsula, under Russia’s control. Closed … Continue reading Russian Crimean Status in 2017 Based on an American’s Personal Experience
I am lucky enough to enjoy a sunrise in Crimea again. It has been a full year since I last enjoyed … Continue reading Crimea Sunrise 2017
Community Viewpoints: A New Health Series This new set of articles is a series that focuses on the views of the health … Continue reading Community Viewpoints: Health Series
Is there really much of a difference between Russian education and American education? Let me tell you a story about a … Continue reading A Story of a Boy – Russian Education
My last two posts have drawn the ire of a supposed Mensan. After my first post, he labeled me a … Continue reading Genius or Troll: Educated Ignorance
It seems there is an overwhelming belief that the news outlets in the US are based in “Free Speech” and, … Continue reading News Reports: Objective or Biased?
I heard Dave Ross talking about gun violence victims that say they felt disrespected at a Washington State legislative hearing … Continue reading A Right Not To Be Offended?
In writing another blog post, which was getting much too left brained, I went down a few rabbit trails. One … Continue reading Unnecessary drugs vs. natural healing