Washington’s First Inaugural Address Excerpt from Second and closing paragraphs “Such being the impressions under which I have, in obedience to the public summons, repaired to the present station, it would be peculiarly improper to omit in this first official act … Continue reading
Update: Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) Organization Considers Challenge to Robins AFB reversal on “Have a Blessed Day” greeting
Robins Air Force Base officials reversed their decision prohibiting base personnel from greeting individuals entering the military facility each day with the phase, “Have a Blessed Day .” More details regarding the reversal of policy.
Robins AFB personnel were informed today that the expression “Have a blessed day!” would no longer be tolerated as a form of greeting for base security personnel – or anyone else who interacts with the general public. According to Mikey … Continue reading
Within the next three years, these five college football coaching predictions could be coming your way: Mark Richt Stays at Georgia – He’s like a tick on a dog’s ear. He ain’t leaving ‘til he’s ready Bret Bielema takes Arkansas … Continue reading
Reposted Annually: Around the world, today at sundown; the Jewish holiday – Rosh Hashanah – will commence. You ask as a Christian, “Why do I care?” Well there are several reasons why today’s Christian should have an interest in the Festival of Trumpets – but first, some background information.
The 2014 College Football Season is here. Get into the spirit of the season!
We are 25 days from Rosh Hashanah. Why should you care?
We are 75 days from Rosh Hashanah. Why should you care?
Factor 5: Look at the Coaching Staff- Starting at the Top If your program has an outstanding player development program, odds are that you have player loyal to the program, the “Me First” types have been eliminated or avoided, and … Continue reading