Raymond Bechard breaks down the Oscar’s ‘Successful Failure.’
Raymond Bechard looks at what we must do to look evil in the face and conquer our worst fears.
The movie “99 Homes” explores what happens when a good man tries to become successful by emulating the man who crushed him. Ray Bechard reviews the movie and explores the themes behind it.
“This is not just a kid’s movie.” says Raymond Bechard. “It explains why we need all our emotions, even the “bad” ones.”
Raymond Bechard reviews an important movie for men and mankind.
Raymond Bechard looks back to try to discover when and why we lost all hope—and how we can press the ‘reset’ button without annihilating ourselves in the process.
The killing of nine people at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina is just the latest in a long list of attacks targeting Black Churches in the United States.
Should we be surprised that a man who abuses women – emotionally, mentally or physically – would also exhibit the same destructive behavior toward the men they know? Raymond Bechard discovers the hard truth.
“Weapons need to be pointed towards the ground. That would be below you.”
Raymond Bechard needs readers’ help in answering the question, “What are men for?”
Raymond Bechard summarizes Travis McGee’s views on women into 22 rules to losing the love of your life forever.
In a foxhole in Afghanistan, writes Raymond Bechard, all you need is water and baby wipes. That and bullets.
“Real impact takes real sacrifice.”
Why sell your wares on a street corner, when you can actively cold call prospective buyers of sexual services on a site like Facebook?
Raymond Bechard pays tribute to the men who hardly received any while they fought for our country.