We are nearing the end of a historic election year, in the middle of a pandemic and people are losing jobs left and right. African Americans have been among the hardest hit, many not having “nest eggs” or savings to get them through these critical times, and when things began to normalize again – or as close as we can get to it -- smarter money management skills will be high on the priority list.
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God does not punish us immediately for our sins, because God has an eternal judgment for sin. Thus, God’s eventual judgment is a certainty. President Donald Trump’s day is coming, and we hope/pray that it is on November 3rd.
The strength of a candidate, sometimes, depends on the strength behind their endorsements, and one of America's, arguably, most beloved presidents - Barack Obama - has decided to step out from the sidelines to make the most powerful endorsement in this election.
Dr. Archie Blanson has been chosen as the next President of Lone Star College-North Harris. He was the overwhelming choice of the Search Advisory Committee and was rated the highest in the forums by employees.
Harris County residents who have been impacted by COVID-19 through furloughs, being unemployed or underemployed can enroll in free training for an in-demand career as part of an initiative announced by Lone Star College and Harris County.
Early voting has begun in many states across America, and to date, nearly 35 million people have cast their votes, breaking records from state-to-state. And Texas was no exception, flooding the polls on the first day of early voting - Oct. 13 - and have not taken the foot off the gas pedal since. Here are some safety tips and resources you should take advantage of.
It appears that tens of millions have caught the wave and are early voting in unprecedented numbers despite the efforts of our noble governor in Texas to suppress the vote. Voting is a piece of the puzzle to protect a fragile democracy that is replete with deficiencies, but still the world’s greatest democracy at work.
Democracy is for all citizens, but democracy can only survive/thrive when citizens are spiritually enlightened. The Founders created a mass universal educational system primarily so citizens could learn to read, and spiritually understand the Bible as the basis for societal-communal living (moral order).
Have you ever heard the phrase, "40 acres and a mule?" If you have, depending on your age and wisdom, you may or may not know what that means. The saying is tied to "reparations," which is what many African Americans feel is owed to them by the government for slavery, and rightfully so.