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Starbucks: Virtue Signaling Public Potty Chain Also Serves Coffee

By Katy Grimes

Starbucks: Virtue Signaling Public Potty Chain Also Serves Coffee

Following Starbucks’ corporate announcement that anyone can use the store’s restrooms, even without buying anything, I posted on Twitter: “Starbuck’s: A national public bathroom chain which serves mediocre espresso coffee topped with a frothy whip of white privilege, and an extra shot of millennial attitude.”



Democrats Undermining Black Civil Rights Heroes’ Legacy

By Lloyd Marcus

Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Martin Luther King Jr., and Paul Robeson
My four younger siblings and I have been taking turns caring for our 90-year-old Dad who is in home hospice. After checking on Dad sleeping in his bedroom, I visited Dad’s office in the basement. Hung on the walls are numerous citations from governors and mayors, pastoral awards and service awards from civic organizations which tell the extraordinary tale of Dr. Rev. Lloyd E. Marcus’ life.

WAIT AND SEE

By Bob Lunsford

Trump’s Art of the DealThere is a linguistic connection between the words Wait, Expect, Hope, and the term Wish for. In fact, many \Romance languages (languages with Latin in their background) use the same word for these terms. In languages like Spanish, French, Portuguese Italian, etc. (Esperar, Sperare, Espere…) The intended meaning is found in context, most of the time.

NFL OWNERS FINALLY LISTEN TO THE FANS

By Jeff Crouere

NFL OWNERS FINALLY LISTEN TO THE FANS
After a year of intense controversy concerning player protests during the National Anthem, the NFL finally decided to act. At the spring NFL owners meeting this week, a decision was made to require players to “stand and show respect” during the National Anthem if they are on the playing field. Otherwise, players will be given the option to remain in the locker room. If players or club personnel on the field show disrespect during the National Anthem by not standing, their team will be fined by the NFL.



Cellphone Misadventure – They Track You Anyway

By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh

Cellphone Misadventure – They Track You Anyway
I go to the “slug” line, a little busier than usual. I fumble for my iPhone and drop it carelessly in my pocket as a white non-descript SUV pulls up. The driver indicates that I sit behind her, a move against safety protocol. It is a very crowded back bench with a child’s seat and assorted junk stacked high, obviously a rushed attempt at cleaning this morning.  I listen to my usual podcast with my head-set on.

The Biggest Threat To America’s Future is the Media

By Rick Hayes

The Biggest Threat To America's Future is the Media
The United States of America is by far the most powerful nation on planet earth spending about as much on defense as the entire rest of the world. According to a report on globalization from Credit Suisse, the US has maintained its position as the world’s strongest military.  As an example,  although Russia has the most substantial number of tanks approx. 15,000 with the US coming in at around 8,000, the US tops the list in military aircraft with approx. 14,000, submarines at 72, and 11 aircraft carriers.

The Rousing of America: A Memorial Day Tribute

By Ray DiLorenzo

The Rousing of America: A Memorial Day Tribute
Memorial Day is a time for remembering those that died while serving our country. And so we shall. But this year, let’s also remember the multitude of Americans that have and are dedicating themselves to the restoration of this great nation…the people that have placed themselves on the front lines of a battle for our very existence from those that would destroy our country as founded - the Conservative writers, speakers, radio and TV news analysts, parents that monitor school curriculum, citizens that attend town hall meetings, veterans, and all the dependable voters who refuse to buy into liberal, anti-American theology.

The Big Picture behind Memorial Day

By Scott Powell

The Big Picture behind Memorial Day
Memorial Day had its origin as Decoration Day following the Civil War, but it only became an official federal holiday to honor those who lost their lives while serving in the armed forces of the United States in 1971.



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