Categories Archives: Editorial

Tradition.

The word for this week is…….Tradition. The dictionary defines the word “tradition” as the handing down of statements, beliefs, legends, customs, information, etc., from generation to generation especially by word of mouth or by practice. Over the ...

What’s The Word?.

The word for this week is “Forgiveness”. Do we really believe what we say we believe? The gospel community has taken a couple of hits in the last month or so. Two of gospel music’s A-Listers, James Fortune and Israel Houghton, have found themsel ...

Partisan Politics: Public Policy.

Thank God for the two-party political system. But, unfortunately, rather than becoming diplomatically adversarial in terms of what is good for America; the two-party-political system has evolved into un-statesmen-like partisan politics, cultural and ethni ...

BLACKS AIN’T PREPARED FOR NOTHING!.

This week, the Greater Houston area experienced another round of severe flooding. This time, however, the impact of the flooding was worse than anything we had seen in over 15 years. According to officials, the flooding that took place in the Greater Hous ...

Isolation is the Ultimate Living Punishment.

By Dr. Sam J. Sugar, M.D., Founder of Americans Against Abusive Probate Guardianship Perhaps the most painful aspect of the guardianship racket is how it retaliates against its victims and their loved ones by placing them in abject isolation. The inabilit ...

The Clinton Crime Bill in Context.

(TriceEdneyWire.com) – Former President William Jefferson Clinton mixed it up with Black Lives Matter activists as he defended his Presidency, and his 1994 crime bill, when he was campaigning for candidate Hillary Clinton in Philadelphia last week. ...

What’s The Word.

The word for this week is……Support Reality is just that, reality! Change is inevitable…so no matter how much we’re against something, the likelihood of it remaining the same (the way WE like it) is highly unlikely. That’s why being a ...

Economic Development: Lake Houston Water Project.

Justice is a spiritual character trait, because justice is of God. The prophet Amos said it best: “But let justice roll down like waters And righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.” (Amos 5:24). And, we all know that: “God judgeth the righteous, ...