I come from a long line of heroes. I wrote about my great, great grandfather, Robert A. Lower, who earned the Congressional Medal of Honor at the Siege of Vicksburg. He was one of 18 survivors from a regiment of 120 union solders who fought to end slavery in America. Black Americans are free today … Continue reading Memorial Day 2018: some serve America while most serve themselves
Wellbridge 6140 Greenwood Plaza Blvd. Greenwood Village, CO 80111 The Wellbridge corporation claims they focus on Members' First. I was a member for over 18 years and utilized their facilities some 4,000 times. During my tenure, I've observed they put women first. They treat men poorly. On Friday, May 11, 2018, I spoke with Rich … Continue reading Notice to sue Misandrous female manager and company
I was in third grade. Bullies were chasing me home each day after school. One toughie in my class was encouraged by his big brother. He kept demanding we fight. Teachers didn't protect me. Other students didn't want anything to do with this. They scurried away hoping they wouldn't be the next target. When my … Continue reading I use my voice, others use a gun!
Rich Novelli, General Manager New Mexico Sports & Wellness Highpoint 4300 Landau NE Albuquerque, NM 87111 I received your letter today. You claimed there was an incident of verbal confrontation that you witnessed in early February. For the record, the female member verbally assaulted me. I had asked her politely to share a fitness implement. … Continue reading You have an obligation to protect me as well
In my Countdown to Death, as I described yesterday, Day 29 shows how society is ill-equipped to respond to and manage traditional male behavior. This treatise discusses the prejudicial and discriminatory treatment of men in America, primarily from a White male perspective. These observations apply also to Black men — although the severity of adverse … Continue reading Understanding why America fails (White) Men
A mother of two boys from New Mexico claims her sons were racially profiled when university police at Colorado State pulled them from a campus tour group to question them about their identity. Was this a racist act or prudent safety concern? Both Native Americans, Thomas Kanewakeron Gray, 19, and his brother Lloyd Skanahwati Gray, … Continue reading It’s not racism, it is FEAR
Huffington Post has become a portal for people, primarily women and those in minority groups, to air grievances. They provide a useful service. People who feel marginalized now have a platform where they can share experiences and find commonality with others. The downside is the publication has become Whiny Post. Editors select stories that normalize … Continue reading For women who wish they had courage