Paris Portingale speaks with God again and asks him about smiting and learns an important lesson. Consider this a warning.
The murders of eight family members in Piketon, Ohio have gripped the local community and caught the national spotlight. David J. Ballenger provides an insider’s view of the area.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Obama won the 2016 U.S. LOLs for his excellent burns during the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, Carly Fiorina jumps back into the picture, and Trump literally climbs a wall.
Jason Arment reminisces on college living while attending Iowa State University and some of the events that ensued while living beneath four coeds.
Australian Roger Pugh in his latest “Letter to America” talks about the impact religion and faith has on the American political landscape and papal endorsements.
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin talks about the fear in the back of every teacher’s mind: the nightmare scenario of a school shooting.
Paris Portingale drinks. He and God hang out. Here’s a recent conversation between them where Paris asks God the meaning of it all.
Have a broken heart? Been betrayed? The Big Smoke counts down the 21 best songs to help heal a broken heart whatever stage you are at. (No Taylor Swift or Adele here.)
In 2015, Curtis Dawkins spent 40 days and 40 nights in “The Hole” during which time he received and read a novel (authored by Kimberly Knutsen, his former partner) that contains a fictionalized account of their life together. Below is the letter Dawkins sent Knutsen after reading it.
Continuing the love for Prince, Jesse Valencia pays tribute to the icon who helped inspire his own musical interests and loves.