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On 70th Anniversary of VJ Day: Japan’s Prime Minister Does Not Apologize – But Should He?


It is our duty to teach our children well in order that they teach their children well and to have that continue in perpetuity. If we do not, we are not only ensuring things will be forgotten but that they will inevitably be repeated. Read More »

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. – Celebrate His Legacy By Following His Example

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It’s not enough to celebrate what he stood for and then get up tomorrow and go about business as usual. Read More »

Book Review: Martin’s Big Words: The Life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by Doreen Rappaport

Martin's Big Words documents important milestones in the life of Dr. Martin Luther King. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: To Kill a Mockingbird – 50th Anniversary Collector’s Edition

A classic film gets star treatment on Blu-ray. Read More »

Book Review: The Help by Kathryn Stockett

Stockett is a new, creative author who needs to continue to write for her new, loyal readers. Read More »

Jobs are Freedom

The Martin Luther King Jr. memorial should inspire the nation to get Americans back to work. Read More »

Movie Review: The Help

In a "seeing the forest through the trees" way, "The Help" is a win. Read More »

Music Review: The Staple Singers – Be Altitude

Another gem from the Stax Remasters Series. Read More »

Book Review: The Marrowbone Marble Company by Glenn Taylor

A compelling look at post-WWII America through the eyes of one man and his extraordinary company. Read More »

The Vote is Your Voice — Defend It and Use It

From casting the first ballot in 1788 to today, Americans have had to fight for our suffrage, our collective voice. Read More »