Monday's Meditation

Tom Brady’s suspension all on him

Arrogance befalls all of us. Arrogance is what took down Rome. It helped destroy the Egyptian empire. It now has a chokehold on Tom Brady’s legacy. It’s been some kind of year for the New […]

Monday's Meditation

Selma is today

Suppressive voting rights efforts. Open racial taunts. Young black men losing their lives to law enforcement. Nonviolent demonstrators march nationwide for justice. States viewing the federal government as meddling outsiders. Where have we seen this […]

Monday's Meditation

5 Lingering Ferguson Questions

  Now what, Ferguson? With Michael Brown’s funeral being a public spectacle in that it signals closure to another racial episode in this country, the looming questions beckons some answers. Now that we’ve seen civil […]

Monday's Meditation

The Drew League: More Than a Game

The  Drew League is a lot more than putting on  a host of basketball games. It is  a lot more than a summer basketball league that fills the stands with curious-seeking fans while NBA players […]

Monday's Meditation

Abortion, The Real “War On Women”

By Tricia Erickson I am so sick and tired, yes, sick and tired, of hearing about the “War On Women” while women fill abortionist’s offices to terminate the life of their own female (and male) babies. The […]

Monday's Meditation

Americans Should Sue Congress

Everybody in America knows by now that House Speaker John Boehner is threatening to sue President Obama. Perhaps it is time that the people of the United States sue Boehner and the rest of the […]

Monday's Meditation

The Price of Race

A white man may not be able to jump, but he sure as heck knows how to get paid. Steve Kerr, the new Golden States Warriors head basketball coach, can vouch for that. Mark Jackson, […]

Monday's Meditation

Something Bigger Than the Game

Some things are bigger than a basketball game. There are more important things in life that supersedes winning a championship. If they didn’t know already, the players on the Los Angeles Clippers are discovering that […]

Monday's Meditation

Who Will Speak for Black War Veterans?

Several have not been deemed worthy of a Congressional Medal of Honor  By Ron Armstead Washington, D.C. President Obama at the recent White House Congressional Medal of Honor (CMOH) ceremony said, “no nation is perfect, […]