Truth Conquers

Who Needs Sleep when you have Coffee

By on Aug 7, 2005 - 7:08:00 PM
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Many people think sleep is overrated, but those that get lots of it have an edge over those that donít.  The secret ingredient to a happier, healthier life may not be found at the yoga or yogurt shop, it may be found where you least expected it.

  Who Needs Sleep when you have Coffee

By on Aug 7, 2005 - 7:08:00 PM
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Many people think sleep is overrated, but those that get lots of it have an edge over those that donít.  The secret ingredient to a happier, healthier life may not be found at the yoga or yogurt shop, it may be found where you least expected it.

Say it Even When you Don't Want to...

By David Tirsch on Jul 3, 2005 - 7:24:00 PM

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You donít know what youíve got until itís gone!  Letís take this saying at face value and do something about it.  Show appreciation for the loved ones around you, and thus when they are gone, you can smile instead of regretting that you didn't express appreciation when you had the chanceÖ



  Say it Even When you Don't Want to...

By David Tirsch on Jul 3, 2005 - 7:24:00 PM

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You donít know what youíve got until itís gone!  Letís take this saying at face value and do something about it.  Show appreciation for the loved ones around you, and thus when they are gone, you can smile instead of regretting that you didn't express appreciation when you had the chanceÖ



Paradise in L.A.?

By David Tirsch on Feb 13, 2005 - 7:46:00 PM
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Can we create an island paradise for ourselves in the middle of L.A.?  Truth Conquers takes a look at the realities of L.A. living and tries to discover if Angelenos can ever stop and smell the pineapple. 



  Paradise in L.A.?

By David Tirsch on Feb 13, 2005 - 7:46:00 PM
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Can we create an island paradise for ourselves in the middle of L.A.?  Truth Conquers takes a look at the realities of L.A. living and tries to discover if Angelenos can ever stop and smell the pineapple. 



YOUR Shoes Are Hard To Fill

By David Tirsch on Jan 9, 2005 - 7:08:00 PM

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How can anyone pass judgement on you and your actions without knowing you, and being in your shoes?  Dave takes a look at the unscientific way we approach passing judgement on others.



  YOUR Shoes Are Hard To Fill

By David Tirsch on Jan 9, 2005 - 7:08:00 PM

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How can anyone pass judgement on you and your actions without knowing you, and being in your shoes?  Dave takes a look at the unscientific way we approach passing judgement on others.



Political Energy Thieves and How to Stop Them

By David Tirsch on Nov 28, 2004 - 7:08:00 PM
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News is in our faces more than ever. It is no wonder that we have become caught up in politics more than any other generation. The energy we commit to studying global issues has taken us further away from our local communities.It is time to take back our sanity and put our energy into things we can make a real difference with, like our communities.

  Are Americans as Dumb as Experts Say We Are?

By David Tirsch on Oct 29, 2004 - 4:08:00 PM

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In spite of the contradictory opinions of the experts from both sides telling us how to vote, do Americans ever make the right choice?



The Real Politics of Politics

By David Tirsch on Oct 1, 2004 - 8:42:00 PM
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Are politicians really interested in whatís best for us, or for what is best for themselves and their ďfriendsĒ?

  Second Opinions Arenít Just For Medical Conditions Anymore

By David Tirsch on Aug 27, 2004 - 12:17:00 AM
I am not trouble shooter Judd McIlvain exposing valet parking attendants taking your loose change from your center console, nor am I Michael Moore standing up against General Motors and their downsizing.  What I am is a man who has experienced a few frustrating consumer incidences, and I want to pass on the lessons I learned to protect you and your pocket book.

Give the People What They Want...to Hear

By David Tirsch on Jul 16, 2004 - 1:45:00 PM

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It seems to me that there is a major gap between what forms of communication resonate with people in small towns versus big cities.  It may sound like a blanket statement, but Iíll prove my point by referencing something that we are all trying to forgetÖthe 2000 Bush vs. Gore presidential election. 



  Rush Limbaugh and Al Franken are Fighting for the Same Cause

By David Tirsch on Jul 2, 2004 - 2:16:00 PM
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A year ago I heard a story about an American soldier who was fighting in Afghanistan.  One day he was fighting side by side with a member of the Northern Alliance against the Taliban. Our soldier was able to get his hands on the special 9/11 edition of Time Magazine that had photos of the planes crashing into the World Trade Center, and he was shocked. He had no clue about what had happened on 9/11.


Don't Vote Unless You Read This

By David Tirsch on Jun 18, 2004 - 4:33:00 PM

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Iím gonna tell you a little story about a friend of mine named Joe.  Joe pays attention to current events as intensely as a starved cheetah pays attention to a frolicking zebra. 



  Does The Camera Eye Lie?

By Dave Tirsch on Jun 4, 2004 - 3:40:00 PM
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I am from the television generation where everything is visually laid out for me.  If there isnít an actual picture or video of something, as far as my mind is concerned, it doesnít exist.


Face It Or Not, We Are At War, And We Should Act Like It

By Dave Tirsch on May 21, 2004 - 10:28:00 AM
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We are now at the point where it doesnít matter if you think this war is all about oil, or if we are really the ones to blame for them hating us.  This has turned into a war for our survival.


  Are American Soldier Deaths Used for Political Gain?

By David Tirsch on May 7, 2004 - 1:14:00 PM
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Our Government works overtime to make a fair playing field because a fair marketplace benefits consumers greatly and keeps America thriving.  As much as the rules for the business competition are carefully managed, the rules for political competition are completely archaic.  Read on for the latest Truth Conquers.


The Face of Todayís Democratic and Republican Parties: The Identity Crisis of American Politics

By David Tirsch on Apr 23, 2004 - 6:25:00 PM
 
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When you hear the name Bill Clinton what do you think of?  How about George W. Bush?  If you are like 80 percent of Americans, you probably see one of them as a visionary; a leader you want running our country, while you feel the other is a lying, self-gratifying, borderline criminal.  Each description fits either Clinton or Bush, depending on your political affiliation.


  "Work Smarter Not Harder" is this Generation's Big Lie

By David Tirsch on Dec 1, 2003 - 11:24:00 PM
TRUTH CONQUERS: What is the incentive to perform at your best when the reward is exactly the same for performing at your worst?  David's look at that question and more in trying to figure out the newest generation of slackers.

The Dark Side of Charisma

By David Tirsch on Nov 1, 2003 - 8:32:00 AM


  A News Junkie's Experiment into the Sound Byte Generation

By David Tirsch on Oct 1, 2003 - 1:15:00 PM
TRUTH CONQUERS: David pulled himself from his daily mega-dose of news...read what happened here!

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