On a ranch just north of the US-Mexico border in Falfurrias, Texas, local property owner Richard walked me past destroyed fences and piles of garbage left behind by swaths of illegal immigrant trespassers. Frustrated with the White House, he asked, “Where in the hell is Kamala?”
This October, during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I encourage you to take a moment to think about how breast cancer has affected your life. If you haven’t been directly affected by the disease, it’s likely that a friend, family member, neighbor or coworker has.
I will always help a friend if I'm able and give to a charity if I'm asked and have available funds, but I've learned to do my research first.
On Saturday, Aug. 21, the town of Waverly and many nearby areas were devastated by a flood that claimed 20 lives and millions of dollars in property damage.
Every year or two my late grandfather Herod Brim would make a trip in his 1951 GMC pickup truck from the Brim Hollow all the way to Willette, Tenn., in Macon County to get a load of cook stove wood.
The girls in 17-year-old Eva’s high school class use Instagram metrics as a measure of popularity. Their relationship with Instagram is more than typical teen self-discovery; it is parasitic. They obsess over online status symbols like follower counts, “likes,” and inclusion in viral trends featuring “thinspiration” and filter-perfect faces. Eva described this toxic dynamic in a recent Wall Street Journal expose, saying, “Every time I feel good about myself, I go over to Instagram, and then it all goes away.”
It is the timeless Bible verse that we have heard our whole lives: “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.”
Recently on WGNS Rutherford Magazine Show heard Sunday nights at 5p.m. on 100.5 FM, 1450AM and online at WGNSradio.com I had invited guests Joni Bryan, Director and founder of the 917 Society, Nashville attorney Ramona DeSalvo and John Taylor, a Franklin realtor, both of whom are leaders wit…
People often ask me about how they can help themselves when their arthritis pain flares up. Many readers have likely heard that wearing copper braces or some type of product using magnets can relieve pain.
Every September, Tennessee observes National Preparedness Month to call attention to the need for Tennesseans to be ready for any disaster — floods, fires, tornadoes, hazardous materials spills or some other hazard we face — that could affect them in their homes, communities or businesses.