Category Archives: Information

CBS Sports Network Rejects “Political” Ad

By | September 14, 2014

[September 14, 2014] It should not be too surprising that some ads get rejected due to their political nature. Some ads are, frankly, lacking in good taste and are intellectually insulting. Stations that advertise have policies that cover this type of advertising. This past week, CBS Sports Network rejected an ad that had a 4-year-old little girl saying… Read More »

Pope Francis on World War III

By | September 14, 2014

[September 14, 2014] In his visit to an Austro-Hungarian Cemetery of World War I dead, Pope Francis decried war as an instrument of greed, power, crime, and destruction. “War is madness …” he said. At Redipuglia Italy, the war memorial entombs 100,000 Italian soldiers killed in battle.   The Pope spoke about those who died in WWI and about… Read More »

Remembering 9-11

By | September 11, 2014

[September 11, 2014] Wherever you live, whatever you do, regardless of your needs and wants, you have been affected by what happened on September 11, 2001. There is not a person in the world that has not been impacted by that day. Today we remember those killed, the unknown heroes, and the families of the victims … just… Read More »

Moral Courage: Eye of the Storm

By | September 3, 2014

[September 03, 2014] Shortly after Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in 1968, an Iowa third-grade teacher did something remarkable. She gave her class an unforgettable lesson in discrimination. While this lesson is what we are most likely to see and appreciate, what we don’t see is behind the scenes in the moral courage of the teacher. Fortunately,… Read More »