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  • Can Reparations Make Us Free?

    A caller on the Carl Nelson Show (WOL 1450AM – Washington, D.C.), at least each time I have heard him, talks about reparations and freedom. He called again when I was Carl's guest on July 16, 2014. The caller's passion, concern, anger, urgency, and frus...
  • Tony Dungy Unfairly Attacked

    The homosexual mafia has struck again. This time, however, they have picked the wrong target. Beloved former Tampa Bay and Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy has been under a vicious assault for honestly answering a reporter's question. In an inter...
  • The Politics of Federal Judges

    The two conflicting appeals court rulings last week on the legality of a key provision of the Affordable Care Act – one supporting it and the other rejecting the health law – underscore the nexus between politics and the judiciary. All of the judges v...
  • How to Fulfill Something Missing: Research on Lost Loved Ones

    Four Tips for Recovering Lost Relationships The loss of a child is the worst experience of a lifetime, say many parents; but, for children, the loss of a parent can lay the foundation of a lifetime of grievances, says Karolyn Rogers. "I was only five wh...
  • Bodybuilder & Neurosurgeon Debunks Five Training Myths

    What You Don't Know – and What You Think You Know – Can Hurt You, He Says While big chunks of America's population continue to be ravaged by obesity, causing other problems such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes, there are many millions who choo...
  • Consumers Saved $9 Billion on Premiums

    Health Care Law Will Return to Families an Average Refund of $80 Each This Year Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell announced today that consumers have saved a total of $9 billion on their health insurance premiums since 2011 as a resul...
  • 'Monet Cares' Music, Theater & Health Institute Returns To Benefit Girls Age 12-17

    Pasadena, CA - Monet Cares, a non-profit organization started by Monet Bagneris, is sponsoring the second annual three-day Music, Theater & Health Institute August 1st through 3rd to enhance the lives of youth in our communities. The Final Showcase wi...
  • Keeping your Eyes on the Prize

    I heard a blues song recently and the words asked, "Where did you learn to shake it like that? Your daddy was a preacher, so where did you learn to shake it like that?" She answers, "My daddy was a preacher, but my mama was an alley cat." The song goes on...
  • Pasadena Water & Power Recommends a Level 1 Water Shortage be Declared

    Pasadena Water and Power (PWP) officials are recommending that the Pasadena City Council determine a local water emergency exists and to implement the Level 1 Water Supply Shortage Plan at its July 28, 2014 meeting. The recommendation supports the July 15...
  • Dorothy Buckhanan Wilson Installed as International President of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated

    Charlotte, NC -- July 17, 2014 -- Dorothy Buckhanan Wilson of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, a business executive, was installed as the 2014-2018 International President of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated (AKA), an international service organization that ...
  • Pasadena Colorado Street Anniversary Celebration

    On Saturday, July 12, 2014, the Colorado Street Bridge's 36th anniversary was celebrated. The original landmark bridge was built in 1913. "After decades of advocacy, struggle, debate and negotiation, the seismic upgrade and restoration was completed in ...
  • Sports Watching and Wondering

    Open Letter to Doc Rivers Good morning Doc: I have not had the pleasure of meeting you, but I am one of your biggest fans. I have long considered you to be one of the three top head coaches in the NBA. It is clear to anyone who is noticing that you are ...
  • A Mississippi Freedom Summer Pilgrimage

    By Marian Wright Edelman and Julia Cass There is a photograph of a back road near Philadelphia, Mississippi that was the final stop on our step-by-step journey through the final tragic day of Freedom Summer volunteers James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Mi...
  • Things I Have Learned in My Lifetime

    In celebrating my recent birthday, I found myself caught up in a case of nostalgia. I never imagined I would really get this old. Not that I am old, mind you, but I have reached the point in life I never thought I would when I was younger. Had I known I w...
  • The Rich Fool!

    The Biblical parable found in Luke 12:16-21 tells the story of a rich man who was blessed with a great harvest. The man decided to keep all of his riches for himself, retire and "eat, drink and be merry" for the rest of his days. However, that very night ...
  • Five Ways to Make Your Wedding Guests Happy

    The Perfect Wedding is the One Everyone Remembers for All the Right Reasons Brides-to-be have long checklists for planning their big day. Dress, flowers, venue, vows, will there be a sit-down dinner or hors d'oeuvres and crudités? Who will be in the wed...
  • How to Run Your Home More Like a CEO

    Four Tips for Time & Budget Management from a Business Development Strategist All successful CEOs have one thing in common: They're able to maintain a big-picture perspective. It's also something successful moms have in common, says Zenovia Andrews, ...
  • Reader Success!

    An Interview with Judy Davis – Part One We eat, drink and sleep fundraising. It's what we love. We truly enjoy and embrace the people and organizations we work with. We get excited when clients take the tools we develop for them and put them to work. W...
  • Crimes against Gaza

    So, let's be clear about what is transpiring before our eyes in Gaza. It most recently started when the Palestine Authority and Hamas declared that there would be a unity government. This was a significant breakthrough after years of hostility between the...
  • The High Cost of Injustice

    What if we didn't incarcerate people who commit non-violent crimes? Or, if we sentenced them, what if their sentences were reasonable, instead of intolerable? What if a man who steals a $159 jacket while high gets drug treatment and a sentence of, say, tw...

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