In the social media frenzy to appear politically correct, sensitive and open minded, a few points seem to be missing from people’s observations about Missouri football player, Michael Sam, and his recent announcement about being gay.
Are we losing our America?
Lonnie Bailey is an attorney by day, having practiced with Upshaw Williams Bigger & Beckham in Greenwood, Mississippi for some 31 years, 25 of those spent as a partner. But a hobby and passion of this Shelby, MS native has recently turned into a full-fledged second career and, in the process, turned a lot of heads and pleased a lot of palates in the wine-drinking community.
We live in a dichotomy of progress.
According to a Slate article, the “Do What You Love” mantra devalues work.
For those watching politics on the American right these days, the clown show that is the run-up to the 2016 Republican presidential nomination contest is turning out to be non-stop entertainment. Already potential candidates are positioning themselves for a run at the White House and the media, bored as usual, is running wild with speculation as to who will or won’t run.
On Tuesday, January 28th, 2014, many Metro Atlanta residents awoke from their Monday night slumber to drop their kids off at schools, go to work, or to simply run errands on a chilly winter morning. There had been some stirrings and ominous weather forecasts predicting, what was assumed to be, an evening/overnight snow storm during which everyone would be safely tucked away in their warm beds.
by Jack Criss
I must admit I’ve become a fan of the worldwide pop phenomena, One Direction.
by Jack Criss
I cannot recommend highly enough Luigi Zingales’ latest book, “A Capitalism For The People: Recapturing The Lost Genius Of American Prosperity.” But the recommendation comes with caveats.
An old family tale is digitally preserved for all
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