Today, we Americans celebrate the Fourth of July and the words penned by Thomas Jefferson in the Declaration of Independence that on July 2, 1776, we were free from tyranny. The preamble of the Declaration penetrates the heart of most Americans with bursts of honor and gladness. Setting off emotional fireworks when read. “We holdContinue reading “HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY”
Praying for the President, the First Lady, and the first family takes precedent over The Funnies on this Friday. (Sickness is no laughing matter). I wish them and all involved a speedy recovery from COVID-19. And may God continue to bless America, in Jesus’s name. 🙏🏽
Judge Amy Coney Barrett is a fine choice for the Supreme Court thus far. Besides her academic brilliance, I appreciated her statements about filling the late Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat. In her acceptance speech after President Trump’s nomination, she referred to her respect for the “long and deep friendship” between Justices Scalia and GinsburgContinue reading “The Next Female Supreme Court Justice”
Some poems become songs, some songs become a national hymn, and some hymns become a plea for transformation unbeknownst even to its authors.
It is my heartfelt hope that this interview of Dr. Martin Luther King will answer the question for many who wonder why the civil rights fight remains relevant to most Black people. And if after watching the videos posted here, you still don’t understand, I pray you are courageous enough to ask one of yourContinue reading “Thank you, Dr. King”