Despite all that we have done, nature has never abandoned us. The post Nature Will Plant its Own Trees When it Decides appeared first on The Good Men Project.
While confident in my decision to end my marriage, I was nonetheless wracked with guilt and uncertainty. The post We Made It: Reflections on My Divorce appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida) was hoping to use his surprisingly strong third-place finish in the Iowa caucuses to leap ahead in New Hampshire. That didn't happen. Instead, Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) surged to a projected second-placed...Show More Summary
“YUGE” victory: Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders reacts to the cheering crowd at his primary night rally on Tuesday in Manchester, N.H. (J. David Ake / AP Photo) This time, the projections were correct: On Tuesday...Show More Summary
The Orwell Reader: Fiction, Essays, and Reportage The post Pundits Are Making Me Puke…Time To Read…George Orwell appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Mentally healthy or healthily mental? Nick Ward talks physical and mental wellness. The post Meditation and My Mental Health appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The cabler is in the early stages of developing the pop-culture focused project that's described as being "in the vein" of the magazine. read more
The Daily News came out swinging shortly after Donald Trump was projected to win Tuesday night's Republican presidential primary in New Hampshire. The New York tabloid, which constantly criticizes Trump, is set to yet again depict the Republican front-runner as a clown for its Wednesday cover. "DAWN OF THE BRAIN DEAD," its headline blared. Show More Summary
Dr. Alun Withey reviews the studies of Wales doctor, Dr. Folkes. The post The Infamous Dr. Foulkes: The Villain of 18th Century Physick appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich is projected to come in second place in the New Hampshire Republican primary, behind businessman Donald Trump, according to the Associated Press.
A stay-at-home dad for 15 years reflects on his journey and what has ultimately made him happy in life. The post You Are the Only Person Who Can Make You Happy appeared first on The Good Men Project.
As expected, Bernie Sanders won New Hampshire’s Democratic primary. Sanders, who went into the primary well ahead of Hillary Clinton, is now turning his attention to future primaries. A Sanders’ aide told CNN that the New Hampshire win has national implications for the candidate who plans to begin targeting more states past South Carolina. Read more...
Why do we get so much joy out of people watching and making up stories? The post People Watching on Memorial Day appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Ohio Governor John Kasich is projected to finish second in the New Hampshire primaries conceding victory to businessman Donald Trump, according to local media reports.
NBC News projects that John Kasich will take 2nd place in the New Hampshire GOP primary. Rachel Maddow explains how Kasich ran his campaign in the Granite...
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In a pair of campaigns that have gone from improbable to formidable, bellicose business tycoon Donald Trump and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders both won their first state primary—New Hampshire—in their pursuit to become their respective party's nominee.
Could you be passive-aggressive and not know it? Rhoberta Shaler has a test to help you find out. The post 12 Signs of Passive-Aggressive Behavior—That Passive-Aggressives Don’t See appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The anti-establishment candidates sweep the nation's second caucus.
CNN and other news organizations are now projecting that New Hampshire voters have clearly made their verdict known — and it’s not a squeeker. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has won the Democratic primary and showman Donald Trump has won the Republican primary. Right now with 13% of the precincts reporting, The Huffington Post has Sanders [...]Show More Summary