September 14, 2016 • V. Knowles
George Zimmerman. Elliot Spitzer. Bernie Madoff. Hillary Clinton. They broke one of these four commandments and their lives have never been the same. Read how following these 4 commandment can keep your life together or breaking them can destroy it.
September 14, 2016 • Tobi Atte
It's a legit question. However, watch this informative video to determine if it's the most expedient question to ask on a date.
September 1, 2016 • V. Knowles
"Thanks Mom" is a campaign of public service ads aired during the 2016 Olympics, showing famed, accomplished athletes voicing appreciation for the sacrifices made by their mothers. Throughout the Olympic broadcast was heard over and again that simple powerful refrain from Aly Raisman, Ashton Eaton, Simone Biles, Michael Phelps and others.
July 13, 2016 • V. Knowles
To the delight of 25 states, the Supreme Court has ruled that President Obama’s executive action relative to undocumented aliens is illegal. We highlight the hole in the wall, so to speak, in the book HOLA AMERICA.
June 30, 2016 • V. Knowles
There is something reprehensible about using the death of a human being to endorse a philosophical point of view or score brownie points on a particular political platform. A last name or a country of origin does not make Omar Mateen a killer.
June 16, 2016 • V. Knowles
Since the tragic massacre that took place in Orlando, Donald Trump is tapping into and exploiting the fear and basest instinct of the American. “Can you imagine what they’ll do in large groups, which we’re allowing now to come here?” he said of Muslims in America. Columnist V. Knowles speaks of freedom as choice.
June 1, 2016 • V. Knowles
While Donald Trump insults everyone in his path, Carlos Beruff, son of Cuban refugees seeking the senatorial seat in multicultural Florida, has gone on record calling President Barack Obama an animal.
May 3, 2016 • V. Knowles
We are about to enter a nasty campaign for the White House. There will be mudslinging left and right. Columnist V. Knowles shares how anything, even the legacy of something like the Anglican church, can have corrupt roots.
April 7, 2016 • V. Knowles
Sometimes familiarity with a person, place or thing breeds contempt. Because of proximity and availability of something or someone, we forget or neglect to appreciate their value or worth. Columnist V. Knowles believes we have become too careless with God and doing good.
March 23, 2016 • Tiffani Knowles
After having examined the fraudulent, semi-deceiving, hypocritical culture of Christian men looking for mates, managing editor Tiffani Knowles has penned a column about being man enough to know self and not just God.