Tag Archives: empowerment

Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.

As leftists and some African Americans bash conservatives for attempting to empower rather than entitle, I hope that everyone will drop the narcissistic rhetoric and take note of history. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a remarkable leader.  He knew … Continue reading

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Empowerment

It might be useful to evaluate our actions based on how we answer these two questions. Is our action Empowering? Is our action Enabling? If our action is Empowering, it is probably Enlightening. If our action is Enabling, it is … Continue reading

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Rolling Thunder and Empowerment

This year’s Rolling Thunder Memorial Day ride just occurred. The ride consisted of a million bikers in support of POWs, MIAs and all veterans. The ride is self-organized (by word of mouth), self-run, self-regulated, and peaceful. Wait, you didn’t hear … Continue reading

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The Hypocrisy of the Field of Psychology

Any psychologist who is a liberal is a hypocrite. Does that sound judgmental? Well, you are right. This statement is meant to be judgmental. In order to gain a doctorate in psychology, I spent many years in college and graduate … Continue reading

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Psychology and the “Helpless Class”

Any psychologist who is a liberal is a hypocrite. Does that sound judgmental? Well, you are right. This statement is meant to be judgmental. In order to gain a doctorate in psychology, I spend many years in college and graduate … Continue reading

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Empowerment vs. Entitlement

Like most of us who think of ourselves as conservative, Rush Limbaugh is not a far- right extremist. He is a “Kennedy Democrat”. The problem is that the nation has moved so far left that it has left out in … Continue reading

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