Do the Rich Pay Their Fair Share? (Video)

Via The Daily Wire, Will Witt from PragerU asks people on Hollywood Boulevard if the rich are ‘paying their fair share.’ Witt also asks how much money is considered rich. Watch…

Chicago ‘Saturday in the Park’ #MusicSaturday

‘Saturday in the Park’ is a song by Chicago, produced by James William Guercio from the Chicago V (Expanded & Remastered) album. Chicago was one of the first groups I started listening to when I started listening to music in the 1970s.

Question, are there any vocalists better than Robert Lamm and Peter Cetera of Chicago?

Enjoy this LIVE version of the song!

Cowboys Dak Prescott on National Anthem Protests (Video)

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott takes a firm stance on national anthem protests Friday at Cowboys training camp. Dak is 100% right – politics should stay off of the field.

April Ryan Lets Media Bias Loose on CNN

Via WFB, April Ryan, White House reporter for American Urban Radio Networks and CNN analyst, was on Don Lemon’s show on CNN last night where she let her media bias loose. She said Russian President Vladimir Putin is “big pimping” President Donald Trump, adding the United States is “going down a line of a dictatorship” like Russia or China.

You can see more media bias at CNN here.

Sunday Lectionary: The Death of John the Baptist

Great reading this morning at church on the death of John the Baptist. Continue reading “Sunday Lectionary: The Death of John the Baptist”

Half of the USA Trying to Lose Weight

Via Bloomberg, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, almost 50% of adults my age (between 40 – 59 years of age) tried to lose weight in 2013-2016.

I make it a resolution each year to lose weight (and usually fail) but, in 2018, have been doing better and am making a concerted effort to do so (e.g. here and here).

How are you doing with your weight loss??

Papa John Being Erased for Remarking About History

Papa John’s Pizza’s founder John Schnatter resigned as chairman of the restaurant chain’s board of directors following news that he used a racial slur in a conference call.

But, what was the context of what he said? He was not talking about personal feelings but, public relations history.