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Aggressive Behavior, Anger, and Trust

Saturday, July 26th, 2014
AngerOne evening during the summer of 2005, I called one of my clients and asked him if he would come over to my house to fix a problem with my plumbing.  His name was Jim, and at that time he was in his mid-50s.  We had done business with each other since the early 1990s.  I was originally introduced to Jim by another client who owned several rental properties and had hired Jim to work on his properties. Jim drove an extended van… Read More

Modern-Day Advice from a 13th-Century Saint

Saturday, July 19th, 2014
Thomas AquinasLast week, I wrote about how an adorer (“Tony”) had criticized me because of an article that I had written about and its founder, Jeff Bezos.  Tony provided several reasons why I (and other Catholics) should refuse to do business with Amazon, one of which is that “Amazon distributes pornography.”  Here’s how I responded to the comment about the pornography issue:… Read More

Criticism From An Adorer

Saturday, July 12th, 2014
Amazon-frustration-freeWhen I started my law practice in 1983, there was an office supply store named Kellstedts that was located about four blocks from my office in downtown, Peoria.  All of the offices that were located downtown bought their office supplies from Kellstedts. After I set up an account at Kellstedts, the salesperson who was assigned to my account stopped by my… Read More

A Lesson From

Wednesday, July 9th, 2014
If you use the Internet to shop for items, there’s a good chance you’ve purchased products from With 96 fulfillment centers located throughout the United States, Amazon is a financial threat to a number of local and national businesses. Products that are ordered from Amazon are routinely delivered to customers’ doorsteps within one to three days. In addition to having a national presence,… Read More

A Good Day for a Rebellion

Sunday, July 6th, 2014
NYT AdOn Thursday (July 3, 2014), three days after the Supreme Court ruling in the Hobby Lobby case, the atheist organization, Freedom from Religion Foundation, ran a full-page, anti-Catholic advertisement in The New York Times. The headline of the ad screamed, “Dogma Should Not Trump Our Civil Liberties.” The sub-headline declared: “All-Male, All-Roman Catholic Majority on Supreme Court Puts Religious… Read More