Feet First Into Florence – A Shoe Buying Guide

It’s fairly common these days to make shopping excursions to other cities in Europe or further abroad and Florence certainly is no exception. With bargain flights and great value Florence apartments to first be snapped up, the budget is then left open to splash out. Florence, being the shoe capital of the world thanks to

People With Intelligence Are Blinded by Religious Hype and False Gods

It’s an incredible fact that even highly educated and one would think extremely intelligent scholars are befuddled by lies and a great fraud by the religious organisations. They believe in heaven and hell and even attend the churches where these things are promoted. That extends to astrophysicists who spend hours of their time looking into

Don Tano Bongiorno’s Slightly Sicilian Twist on Chicken With Mozzarella

Chicken is, and has always been, a popular nourishing dish. There are about as many ways to prepare a delicious chicken dinner as there are countries with their different recipes and tastes. Today, I’ll share with you a recipe for chicken my mama used to make for us when we were little. She smiles down

Teaching the Constitution

As a child I was never taught much about the Constitution of this Great country. How can we preserve or protect something when we do not know what it is? So I have been studying this great Document, and will share some inspiring and amazing finds with you so you can make sure your children’s

Why US Men’s Soccer Is Yet to Build an International Competitive Team

An argument could be made that the United States has produced the best male athletes the sports world has ever seen. From Michael Jordan to Michael Phelps and Tiger Woods to Muhammad Ali, the U.S. has produced top athletes in almost every sport that has ever been played. There seems to be just one sport