Category: Opinion

Op Ed: What is Notre Dame Cathedral and Why it Must Remain

[Photo by Peter Haas, CC BY-SA 3.0] I returned from a week off the internet in Mexico to find news of the burning of Notre Dame Cathedral. I have mostly seen two reactions to this event from fellow Christians, both of which I believe miss the true significance of this building. The first reaction is a mourning for the destruction of the cathedral as a great church and symbol of the faith. The second reaction is that it is just a building and should not be mourned because there was no loss of life. What is Notre Dame Cathedral Notre...

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Hypocrites: Democrats and Their Long History of Racism

Tolerance. Inclusiveness. Compassion. These are the hallmarks of The Democrat Party. Or so they say. They, according to them, have a monopoly on all three. They present Republicans and Conservatives as racist, and themselves as the champion of minorities everywhere. They are standing in the way of innumerable plans of Republicans and the right to prevent African Americans from voting, from being treated as equals, and of exercising their rights. They tell us white police officers are intentionally gunning down blacks in the streets with absolutely no provocation, other than them. They portray that it is solely up to...

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Opinion: It’s Not Free Press, It’s Rude and Terrible

TAMPA – Yesterday I released a piece recapping the President’s press conference. It was fiery to say the least but one moment stood out. I will not use the man’s name out of respect for the White House and for the very professional staffer he accosted but watch the interaction for yourself. ‘He Who Musn’t Be Named’ showcased a visceral level of classlessness that cannot and should not be excused by his employer, his colleagues, the staffers, word leaders, and most importantly the journalistic zeitgeist that has had war waged against it by TV talking heads passing their words...

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Today’s The Big Day

TAMPA – Today is a big day for the United States. The 2018 Midterm elections are in full swing as voters pack the polls. Record-shattering voting is already being measured in many states and the final results are sure to surprise every citizen in some way or another. As of 12:00pm, Tuesday, Florida is one of the closest watched races. Early voting in Florida during this midterms election almost doubled from 2014 totallying 5.1M votes, Democratic votes casting the majority at 40.6% of ballots, Republicans 0.5% behind and independents consuming 19.3% of the vote. In other words, 11% more...

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Eagles Across United States Shocked at What They Now Stand For

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