Category: Op-Ed Buzz

How to Vote for the Right Politician: My Fantastic Advice

Who has substance?    This is the question I am always asking myself when I watch the different players in the current politics game. I suggest you do the same. In a world full of sound bytes and snappy quips

Jameis Winston Cited Not Arrested

Reports have been circulating about Heisman Trophy Winner Jameis Winston that he was arrested on Tuesday for shoplifting crab legs from a Publix supermarket.  The NCAA recently ruled that all scholarship and walk-on student-athletes were entitled to unlimited meals while

Maundy Thursday

Maundy Thursday, also known as Holy Thursday, Covenant Thursday, Sheer Thursday, Great & Holy Thursday, and Thursday of Mysteries, is the feast that commemorates the Last Supper of Jesus Christ as he shared the Passover meal with his Disciples. The

Good Friday

Good Friday is observed on the Friday before Easter Sunday during Holy Week. Good Friday is also known as Holy Friday, Great Friday, Black Friday or Easter Friday. On this day Christians honor the passion and crucifixion of Jesus Christ

The Leadership of Frustration

The Leadership of Frustration How do you respond to frustration? Doesn’t it seem inevitable that certain things in life ultimately make us stressed out, annoyed, or even hostile?  Here is an interesting perspective on the subject worth thinking about, which

NFL League Meeting

ORLANDO, Fla. –  NFL owners voted Tuesday to significantly change the instant replay process along with a few other new changes. Officially known as Rules Proposal 9, the rule states that referees can consult with the officiating department in New

Democracy Dead America? F*CK YEAH: A Holly Robin Rant

Democracy Dead

Democracy is about equality right? A government for the people by the people. I am sorry but this government is a joke. The entirety. Our president, our congress, they are all out for themselves and something needs

Bad Leadership

Bad Leadership Yet another Catholic Priest was charged with molesting a boy, and we can only wonder—how can influential leaders like this sink that low? A Catholic priest in Pennsylvania was charged with molesting a 15-year-old boy after cops say

Coffee, Sex, and Leadership

Coffee, Sex, and Leadership The older I get the faster things seem to get outdated. I like how there are still a few things out there that will remain forever relevant. The greatest innovators of our time all shared one

The Meaning of Life

The Meaning of Life.  I really do believe I have stumbled upon the meaning of life. It came to me in a eureka moment when I was on a plane, not too long ago. Before I share this with you,

Growing Up No Pain, No Gain Right?

Growing up has been a difficult path for me to embark upon. At the age of 27 I am not exactly where I pictured myself to be, however I have never felt more passionate about my purpose in life.  Unfortunately

The Great Gatsby Movie My Cup of Tea Old Sport!

Great Gatsby Movie

 The Great Gatsby Movie Review The Great Gatsby teased my eyes almost a year ago to this day I believe.  Just to think The Great Gatsby, the only book I actually enjoyed reading in high school was about to take

Maundy Thursday

Maundy Thursday, also known as Holy Thursday, Covenant Thursday, Great & Holy Thursday, and Thursday of Mysteries, is the feast that commemorates the Last Supper of Jesus Christ as he shared the Passover meal with the Disciples. The Mass of

Dog Stories Which Have Inspired Me

Dog Stories

Dog Stories For Anyone and Everyone Dog stories always find a place in my heart.  I have found recently that dogs are not only man’s best friend, but human kind’s greatest teachers.  Honestly I believe dog stories provide us with

Beer and Leadership: Leadership on Acid (part 9)

Beer and Leadership: Leadership on Acid (part 9) Beer and leadership are two things that I value in life. With St. Patrick’s Day in the midst, we can all come together to enjoy our favorite brews. But like wine, there

Teacher has students drink her blood: Leadership on Acid (part 8)

Teacher has students drink her blood: Leadership on Acid (part 8) Yes, you read that right. Get ready for “A Spoonful of Blood Makes the Medicine Go Down” and more favorites from the remake of Mary Poppins where she is

Chicken Church: A New Brand of Journalism?

A church in Florida was photographed recently and then became popular on the internet due to its resemblance to a chicken. One can only wonder if photographers are actually out there looking to take pictures of things that might generate

Groupon should follow Google: Leadership on Acid (part 7)

Groupon should follow Google: Leadership on Acid (part 7) Groupon (NASDAQ: GRPN), the daily deal website that has gained intense popularity since its inception in 2008, is now almost as ubiquitous as Facebook. One can only wonder if it will continue

The Season of Lent Has Begun

Christians around the world will observe Ash Wednesday today marking the first day of Lent, a period of fasting, prayer and repentance based on the 40 days Jesus spent fasting in the desert and ending at 6:00pm on Saturday March