This week on There is a Season:


[July 7, 2018 Show]   What's Happened to America's Work Ethic?

Was it always this way? Did employees of the past respond with "it's not my job" or "it's not

convenient right now"? Did the desire to come in late and leave early and spend up to half

of a work day on social media affect businesses of old, or is this a new phenomena. Listen in

as we explore America's Work Ethic, past and present.



[June 30, 2018 Show]   Bonus Years: Care-giving that yields more than you expected.

Many of us find ourselves caring for an elderly relative at some point in our lives. With this

life-transition comes many responsibilities, including managing issues of health, finance,

insurance, residential maintenance, modifications or transitions, communication with family

and more. It can be daunting...but also...surprisingly rewarding.




[June 23, 2018 Show]   Our Youth and Pornography. No Hope? Or a Way Out?







[June 16, 2018 Show]   How Do Families Decide Who Cares for Aging Parents?








[June 9, 2018 Show]   Where have the Old-Fashioned Niceties Gone?







[June 2, 2018 Show]   An Increasing Trend Toward Assisted Suicide?







[May 26, 2018 show]   Memorial Day Honors & Recollections







[May 19, 2018 Show]   The Curse of Modern Lonliness








[May 12, 2018 Show]   Mother's Day Special  







[May 5, 2018 Show]   Freedom & Entitlement, Part 2







[April 28, 2018 Show]   Freedom & Entitlement, Part 1







[April 21, 2018 Show]   The Biggest Scams of 2018, Part 2







[April 14, 2018 Show]   The Biggest Scams of 2018, Part 1






[April 7, 2018 Show]   Young Men & Violence in America

[March 31, 2018 Show]  What is Manhood in this Day and Age?

[March 24, 2018 Show]   Aging, and Dealing with a Loss of Independence

[March 17, 2018 Show]   Becoming a Healthcare Warrior

[March 10, 2018 Show]   SPECIAL: What's Next for Premier Health Plan Policy Holders?

[March 3, 2018 Show]   How Would YOU Defend Our Children and Our Schools?