Commentary

Wed
13
Aug

Is Thinking Obsolete?

Some have said that we are living in a post-industrial era, while others have said that we are living in a post-racial era.
But growing evidence suggests that we are living in a post-thinking era
 

 

Wed
13
Aug

Rachel’s Challenge: Let’s Stop Bullying

I have a correction to last weeks’ article. I mentioned an account with the Bank of Winnfield would be establish to make deposits for the school in Winn Parish to have Rachel’s Challenge in the Atlanta school. There will be no bank account set up at the bank but a secure way of making a deposit has been established.
 

 

Wed
06
Aug

Rachel’s Challenge: Time for Action

It has been my honor to have the opportunity to write articles for the Winn Enterprise. Mr. Charles Crain has been very kind to allow me this opportunity. Thank you for reading these articles. Thank you for your kind comments made to me publicly.
You have been allowed to enter into my heart for examination.
 
Wed
06
Aug

Cease the CeaseFires

Many years ago, on my first trip around the world, I was struck by how the children in the Middle East -- Arab and Israeli alike -- were among the nicest looking little children I had seen anywhere. It was painful to think that they were going to grow up
killing each other. But that is exactly what happened
 
Wed
30
Jul

Bullying: It Is Not a Rite of Passage

This concludes our series on bullying as part of National Bullying Month. The long term effects of bullying range from major depression and anxiety to antisocial behavior. Bullying is not a rite of passage and it is not the normal child play on the playground
 
Wed
30
Jul

Bordering on Madness

In a recent confrontation between protesters against the illegal flood of unaccompanied children into the United States and counter-protests by some Hispanic group, one man from the latter group said angrily, "We are as good as you are!"
 
Wed
23
Jul

A tribute to My Teacher, Mr. Etoy Ashley

Mr. Ashley is a “Christian Man and Educator,” – Taking Care of Business Giving Honor and Reverence to God, Mr. Ashley
can still hear his other, Mrs. Beatrice and father, Mr. Jerry’s, words throughout his life. They told him that he could be anything he wanted to be. Ringgold, Louisiana is where he began his journey 
 
Wed
23
Jul

Lawsuits and Impeachment

Whenever Democrats are in real trouble politically, the Republicans seem to come up with something new that distracts 
the public's attention from the Democrats' problems. Who says Republicans are not compassionate?
 
Wed
16
Jul

A Primer on Race

Back in the heyday of the British Empire, a man from one of the colonies addressed a London audience. "Please do not do any more good in my country," he said. "We have suffered too much already from all the good that you have done."
 
Wed
16
Jul

Choices, Decisions, and the Brain

The human brain is a complex machine that collects and disperses information at tremendous speed. The research tends to move in the direction slower times in making choices and decisions as one age. This is particularly true for someone who has beginning stages of dementia when an individual begins the slow decline in the brain’s ability to process information as quickly as in the younger years
 

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