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The Patient-Doctor Relationship in the Era of Healthcare Reform

Patients must work with their doctors for a healthier more productive lifestyle. Too often, a patient is looking for a “quick fix” and the doctor is limited on time to “fix” the problem. Read More »

The Pros and Cons of Charter Schools

Parents must also be engaged politically by voting for individuals that have their family’s best interest at stake. Read More »

Teaching Children to Love to Learn

My mother taught me to love to read. My reading led me to become a dreamer. Dreaming taught me to face life without fear or hesitation. Read More »

Losing the Weight Brought on by Emotional Eating

My weight gain pandemonium hit its highest level this past year. Here's what I've done to counter the onslaught. Read More »

A Homeless Woman Changed My Life

Wanda was in a battle for her life with no place to call her own. Read More »

Honest Dialogue about “Food Desert” Legislation

Crime, lack of education, and lack of jobs spin off situations like food deserts. Read More »

MSNBC’s Black Agenda: Perms, Afros, and Ed Schultz

MSNBC's "Black Agenda” gave viewers clowns on parade and coonery at every turn. Read More »

More Politcal Observations

Contradictions that leave you scratching your head are not regulated to a political party or a certain group. Read More »

National, State and Local Political Observations

Whether you love or hate the President, electing officials with this kind of intellect to public office should be illegal. Read More »

From Rags to Riches to Rehab: Lessons from the Ted Williams Story

One Nashville real estate mogul feels a calling to help the homeless—golden-voiced or otherwise. Read More »