Tag Archive for op-ed

Cancel culture good or bad?

Cancel culture is on the rise as a mechanism to bring negative, immoral, and unpopular actions of people (especially celebrities or public figures) under the microscope—causing the subject to be blackballed, boycotted, vilified, or ostracized in various social and professional…

Foreign policy reset under Biden?

Bill Fletcher

Among the subjects that have been the source of speculation regarding the incoming Biden/Harris administration is the matter of foreign policy. Trump went much further than previous presidents, including George W. Bush, in advancing a unilateralist approach towards the role…

Redemption for 2021

It is quite obvious that 2020 has not been kind to many Americans and to the world as a whole. This nation has been forced to recognize that social injustice and racial inequality has heightened and that there is or…

COVID-19: Keeping safe for the holidays

(TriceEdneyWire.com) — After almost eight months of quarantine, face masks, and hand sanitizer, we are now in the middle of two unprecedented events: the COVID-19 pandemic and the first holiday season under measures that have changed how we carry out our family…

Time for a spiritual overhaul (part 2)

God created man in his image and likeness to fellowship with him. Fellowshipping with God should be a daily commitment. It is good to fellowship with God when you wake up before you begin your day. In the beginning, God…