We Believe

By Ladisa Onyiliogwu   There is a beautiful hymn sung by churches throughout this country entitled “Because We Believe” by Don Moen.  The song succinctly establishes the values, beliefs and principles for Christians using nine “We believe” statements.  It begins with the Trinity and continues with “We Believe” statements about the virgin birth all the … More We Believe

Merry Christmas

By Ladisa Onyiliogwu I can’t tell you how refreshing it is to hear someone say “Merry Christmas”.  It gives me a sense of hope that people actually remember what this season is all about – surprising gifts, a proclamation of faith and Christmas lights! The lights are symbolic of the life that was born of … More Merry Christmas

Brainy Quotes for President

By Ladisa Onyiliogwu Mrs. Clinton’s webpage featuring her “issues” looks a lot like brainyquotes.com for leadership. Check it out. The problem with America’s microwave culture is that we accept today’s headlines, op-eds, bloggers and feel good quotes as truth.  I believe she is counting on Americans to accept her word as bond without thinking, questioning, … More Brainy Quotes for President

Media Mendacity

By Petra McCord If a year ago you had somehow felt compelled to wager a sizeable dollar amount on Donald Trump capturing the Republican presidential nomination, presumptuous compatriots would have been all too eager to point out that your odds of winning would increase exponentially were you to instead hop on a plane to Las … More Media Mendacity

Bad Policies for American Children Part 1

By Ladisa Onyiliogwu I recently read a story about a new border surge due to the expansion of the CAM program which now brings in more illegal immigrants as refugees and parolees. According to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website, The Central American Minors (CAM) Refugee/Parole Program provides certain qualified children in El Salvador, … More Bad Policies for American Children Part 1