Christmas, Chaukah and the Electoral College

Editors Note: This post came my way through an email generated by David Burton, a Christian and neighbor of Dr. Burton. The piece below is well-written and captures the true spirit of the Christian-Judeo relationship.  Perhaps it is no coincidence that, after a particularly contentious year, that the first night of Chanukah occurs on Christmas… Continue reading Christmas, Chaukah and the Electoral College

Oxford, MS Mourns: When It’s Just Too Close to Home

Note: This excellent post was written by Oxford, MS resident and writer, Toni Overby, about the three couples who died in a tragic airplane accident last Sunday while returning from a dental conference. Two years ago I wrote a similar piece about two Christian Brothers High School students. Toni’s article captures the essence of a grieving… Continue reading Oxford, MS Mourns: When It’s Just Too Close to Home

Why Bob Shutt Deserves to Represent State Senate District 26

Early voting has begun and one of our most important choices this year is choosing our next State Senator in District 26. As a former member of both the Tennessee State House and Senate, I recommend and plan on voting for Bob Shutt in the Republican primary. Here are few reasons why. I personally know… Continue reading Why Bob Shutt Deserves to Represent State Senate District 26