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Grief: Looking Back On Fathers Day

People will always come and go in our lives and someday even we will pass from theirs. How will the people that walked through our lives perceive us? Photo credit: Evgeny Atamanenko,, licensed. FORT WORTH, TX – Grief

Who Should Be Called A Martyr?

Martyrs' Square during the Lebanese Revolution, against the current government, and against corruptions in the country. Beirut, Lebanon - October 26, 2019. Photo credit: Hiba Al Kallas / DELRAY BEACH, FL – The

Black “Lies” Matter

Sheriff of Milwaukee County WIsconsin, David Clarke Jr. addresses the Republican National Convention at the Quicken Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, July 18, 2016. Editorial credit: mark reinstein / DELRAY BEACH, FL - Retired

Jus’ Sayin: Where Are We Headed?

A breadline during rationing in the Soviet Union between 1929 and 1935. Rations of bread and other food products such as sugar, tea, oil, butter, meat, fish and eggs were supplied to workers by assigning them ration cards which were given

Thou Doth Protest Too Much

Black and white image of William Shakespeare's head from a terracotta bust dating from 1730.  The meaning of The lady doth protest too much, me thinks, is that some person or group is insistent about something, to the point where the