History teaches us that our nation’s security doesn’t just happen – it demands effort, sacrifice, courage and commitment as evidenced by the generations of men and women who have underwritten our freedom by duty, honor and selfless service.
When hundreds of Catholic bishops gather in Baltimore Monday for their general assembly, the choices they make will not only affect the institutional church, they may very well determine the 2020 election.
The latest spiritual adviser to the president is TV evangelist Paula White-Cain. For 18 years she has claimed to have President Trump's ear on religious matters, but while his policies closely align with evangelical concerns, there is little evidence her "advice" has had any effect on his personal behavior.
Coppin’s next president must be a transformative leader who can listen and visualize, one who invites a wide range of thought and creativity without maintaining administrative walls of exclusion. Now is not the time for another missed opportunity to build a great future for Coppin.
Each November we rush ahead in the holiday seasons, jumping immediately from Halloween to Christmas, and the musical sounds of the holiday erupt everywhere from Sirius radio to the supermarket. I, for one, love it – for the time travel it affords me.
I’ve personally chosen to remain quiet on the whole impeachment thing. But last week, things finally struck a chord with me as one of my own, a veteran, was viciously attacked for simply acting out on honor, courage and commitment. I’m referring to the case of U.S. Army Lt. Col Alexander Vindman.