Election Day is Tuesday and while millions of Americans have already voted, millions more will stand in line to vote on Tuesday. As that day approaches, we’re seeing threats and warnings of confrontation and even violence at polling places. So what should we do?
What I’ve written here represents my thoughts and not that of this site. Certainly, some people will disagree with me, and I’m self-aware enough to know my thoughts […]
In times like these, we should recall those for whom leadership was a call to service and not a self-serving position to bellow boisterous, bogus bravado. One man that is often overlooked is General and President Dwight Eisenhower. For 2020 there are three elemental Eisenhower lessons that we’d do
Around noon this Saturday, no matter where we are, we’ll get the itch. We’ll know we should be in Beaver Stadium watching the birth of a new season as the kicker drives the football arcing end over end into the arms of a waiting kick returner. But like many things in 2020, it is not to be.
What you are about to read is not to take one side or the other, but rather to illuminate perspective that impacts a decision to postpone a season, a side of this that has not been communicated effectively.