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  • Response to Where is the NAACP

    The question was raised, where was the NAACP?  We always appreciate the opportunity to share our existence in a positive manner when asked to do so. We were there all the time, systematically and methodically developing strategically to effectively c...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    OPEN LETTER TO:  Terrell Owens, Wide Receiver,Chad Ochocinco, Wide Receiverc/o Cincinnati BengalsCincinnati, Ohio Gentlemen: Please allow me to congratulate each of you on your many outstanding accomplishments. At this point, you are both rated amon...
  • Union Station Homeless Services Keeps Kids Full and Healthy Thanks to CACFP

    Union Station Homeless Services is now participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), which will reimburse the agency for meals served to children.  Meals at the Family Center: The 50-bed Family Center is nurturing homelike environm...
  • Eco-Friendly IT Company OzNet Systems Affirms that Green is the New Black in the Sustainable Energy Industry

    OzNet Systems, Inc. is encouraging businesses to be eco-conscious by reminding them that “Green is the New Black”. The California-based IT emerging company is advising its clients to be more conscientious using paperless technology, bar-coding and dis...
  • The Slower You Go…

    With God, sometimes the slower you go, the faster you get there!  This is true for the Godly Fitness process and many of the other "good works" that align themselves with God's word.   I'm drawn to this truth once again by the necessity to...
  • A Culture of Cheating

    A man's gift makes room for him, and brings him before great men (Proverbs 18:16, KJV) The recent discovery that the video recording of Mrs. Shirley Sherrod's alleged charged racial remarks at an NAACP function was doctored by Andrew Briebart lends itsel...
  • Credit 101 for Your College Freshman

    If you've got teenagers heading off to college soon, I hope you've done a good job educating them about the importance of personal financial responsibility and how to build a strong credit history. If not, better do it now. College freshmen and young adul...
  • Difficult Beneficiaries

    If you have a potential beneficiary who has an addiction such as substance abuse or gambling, or one who has demonstrated that he or she can't be trusted to handle money appropriately, you can still make provisions for him or her in your living trust. You...
  • Your Most Effective Weight Loss Tool

    Have you heard the latest weight loss research?  “In one study of nearly 1,700 overweight and obese adults, those who kept daily food diaries lost twice as much weight as those who did not,”  according to the Summer 2010 issue of Glendale Ad...
  • A View on President Obama’s Weakness

    After holding my breath for about a year, I have exhaled in discouraged resignation.  Since the raucous healthcare battles of last summer – when belligerent conservatives spewed paranoid misinformation in town halls and on the air – I have clung ...
  • Listening to Shirley Sherrod

    By now much of the nation has followed the story of former U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) official Shirley Sherrod, who was forced to resign from her post earlier this month after dishonestly being accused of racism in a March speech, only to be vi...
  • Senate Vote Fails for 6th Time for Black Farmers

    Today, for the sixth time, the US Senate failed to approve funding for a settlement for tens of thousands of black farmers intended to remedy decades of discrimination by the USDA. Though no one disputes the discrimination occurred, the Senate has now le...
  • Michael Steele, RNC Chairman Cancels NABJ Appearance

    National Association of Black Journalists Convention Chair, Elise Durham, was informed by Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele's advance team earlier that Michael Steele was canceling his panel discussion scheduled for 4:00 p.m. today bec...
  • Vacation in Atlanta

    As part of our summer adventures, my wife and I traveled to Atlanta, Georgia to spend a week with our youngest son and his family. That includes his wife and the two grandchildren. Atlanta has always been a fascinating place for me, as the place that is h...
  • Why People Choose Their Place of Worship

    All Black communities have places of worship. Given America's First Amendment freedom of religion, the reasons they choose a particular church over another is generally a personal matter. The Journal asked a few local residents to share why they attend th...
  • It's Time For Those Back-To-School Vaccinations

    (StatePoint) As the school year begins, pediatricians' offices swell with children and conscientious parents making sure their kids get back-to-school vaccinations. Getting your children vaccinated and making sure their shots are up-to-date will protect ...
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  • Mother Love Joins Talk Radio

    Popular entertainer chooses LA Talk Radio for her return to radio LA Talk Radio, an Internet radio station that offers entertaining programming while making dreams come true for aspiring broadcasters around the globe, today announced the return of "Moth...
  • How Much Smarter Is Technology Really Making Us?

    For God's foolishness is wiser than humans wisdom . . . (1 Corinthians 1:25, NRSV) Recent publications (Mark Bauerlein, The Dumbest Generation; How The Digital Age Stupefies Younger Americans And Jeopardizes Our Future; Marc Parry, Is Techonology Making ...
  • Miss Ruthie Speaks ... Responsibility

    Part One of a Series You're a Big Girl Now By the time I hit 18, I knew I was ready to leave home. But, in fact, I nearly had to fight to get out of there. My home was not the warm and fuzzy type. Contrary to some of my school friends, my life was n...

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