Criticism of the reality television show, Preachers of L.A., has caused reasonable people to question the logic of some high profile preachers. Perhaps, there is some truth to the cliché: “Some were called and some just went.”
My barber shook his head as I sat down in his chair. He was deeply disturbed by the Tea Party shutdown of the government. Despite the fact that it was over, he was still unsettled. He told me about two tenants of a house that he owns who both work for the federal government.
The celebration marking the 20th year of operation for the Euell A. Wilson Center was an ordinary event. However, what does not fall into the ordinary category was the woman; a legend; who founded the center, why it was established, and her deceased son who inspired the action.
By Darious Hayes Sit for a moment and try to realize your true potential. Make a list of the things that you enjoy the most, then make a list of things you’d never be delighted to do. I had to use this idea to try to figure out what I’m really passionate about. To continue […]
Having answers for anger we see in our three-year-olds is a start to helping to stop crimes “that happen” when they get older. Psychiatrists say anger—which leads to depression in children—is real. Recognizing the warning sign in our children early can help save lives.
While I recognize, and fully appreciate, that Brenda Robinson is expressing her opinion in the piece published in this newspaper’s edition last week, I totally reject her characterization of Dr. Carson as someone who has lost his mind. It is my observation that uber-liberals always make personal attacks against those who have the temerity to […]
THE PLATFORM by Ms. V The Platform is a column that lifts or moves you from the floor to the balcony—giving you a broader view of things that may be too close to clearly see. It will increase your knowledge in some areas and enlighten you in others. The Platform will place you in a […]