Dinner time at our house means no television. It means we all sit at the table to eat and talk about the day. That’s the hope, however, with a three and one-year-old, we’re not having much in the way of meaningful table conversation. Instead we’re begging one to come back to his seat between bites,…
Are the words of Christ any match for political belief and rhetoric? Are the two compatible? Tor de Vries takes a realistic look at the very words themselves.
Bill Eddy discloses how to spot the warning signs as we approach this year’s election.
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Voice pitch may seem like a superficial way of judging other human beings, but when it comes to prospective mates and public servants, it makes a big difference.
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Mr. Spike Lee, impressed with Mr. Bernie Sanders’ history in the civil rights movement, endorsed him for President, though his wife, Mrs. Tonya Lewis Lee, is siding with Mrs. Hillary Clinton.
Despite a loss to Hillary Clinton in Nevada, Bernie Sanders remains confident, suggesting come July in Philadelphia he’ll be the nominee.
This is America. We don’t redistribute wealth. You have to earn it!
Everyone is sad and frustrated. So why aren’t we talking about it?
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While politicians claim to have all the answers, Jeff Oaks’s haunting poem is content simply to raise questions and evocations–and it is all the more satisfying for that.