The Taliban, ISIS, and the War on Terror

Gautama Buddha gave the world what is known as the four (4) Verities.  One of the four verities proclaims that “to live is to suffer.” The Buddha was not the only one to speak about the pain and suffering that we experience in life.  Job exclaimed that Man that is born of a woman is … Continue reading The Taliban, ISIS, and the War on Terror

The week in the administration

by Fausta Rodriguez Wertz As Russia continues its grasping, President Obama is in Wales for the NATO meeting . . . but he was "noticeably absent" from the start of the meeting,Obama was late to the Ukraine meeting because of other meetings on Afghanistan and a meeting with King Abdullah of Jordan, according to a … Continue reading The week in the administration

A Token of the NFL’s appreciation

The cultural significance of this story can not be overstated: According to NBC’s Peter King and ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith, NFL officials called teams around the league to gauge interest in signing Michael Sam to their practice squad. Are you kidding me? “The Rams waived Michael Sam, the first openly gay player trying to make … Continue reading A Token of the NFL’s appreciation

The War Against Reality in Newsrooms Everywhere

Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence. John Adams Jack Tyler: But Gran just because people believed the word was flat didn’t it didn’t make it so, Martha Tyler: Ah but they Behaved as if … Continue reading The War Against Reality in Newsrooms Everywhere