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Opportunity Is Knocking for Community to Become “Community”

Opportunity Is Knocking for Community to Become “Community”

My belief as a Christian (Catholic) pastor is that opportunity is always presenting itself. No matter what difficult things life throws at us, I believe God always presents a way for us to follow to lead us to new opportunities to pursue and realize our dreams. We can either participate or we can get bogged […]

President Trump Tweets There Is No Collusion and Claims It Is Not a Crime

President Trump Tweets There Is No Collusion and Claims It Is Not a Crime

President Trump’s Twitter feed is filled with untruths and contradictions. On the last day of July 2018, 20 months into his unique presidency, he added a post that has people asking what does that even mean? In his tweet, he dragged out current and old-ish gripes, then continued to spew anger against Democrats. If there was […]

Why I Still Love Kanye!

Why I Still Love Kanye!

The other day I drove down the street with my windows all the way up. Not just because the air conditioner felt great, but also because I did not want the cars next to me to hear me blasting the new Kanye West project titled “Ye.” Even in line at Panera, I made sure my […]

Student Supended From School After Calling Congressman Mark Amodei

Student Supended From School After Calling Congressman Mark Amodei

United States Representative Mark Amodei (R-Nev.) is responsible for a student’s absurd suspension from school. Seventeen-year-old Noah Christiansen, attending Robert McQueen High School, phoned his Congressman to lodge a complaint about lax gun laws which he believes are responsible for school shootings. During the recent #NationalWalkOut, Christiansen decided to leave a message for Representative Amodei. His […]

African-Americans on Television

African-Americans on Television

People tend to look at African-Americans on television as a big win for the race. I take the opposite approach, as I believe we have taken giant steps backward in representation on network television. From the days of the “Nat King Cole Show,” on NBC, I applaud each network for putting an effort toward inclusion, […]

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