Memphis Open Pro Tennis Tournament Double Faults After 41-Year Reign In Memphis; Racquet Club Could Be Next

Former Commercial Appeal sports editor Phil Stukenborg was first to scoop the news the Memphis Open professional tennis tournament is divorcing Memphis after 41 years at the Racquet Club of Memphis. Like most long-term break ups, it didn’t happen overnight and small differences ultimately led to the fact losing lots of money far from home… Continue reading Memphis Open Pro Tennis Tournament Double Faults After 41-Year Reign In Memphis; Racquet Club Could Be Next

Book Preview: Chapter 7 – Deceit & Delivery

Editors Note: This is an excerpt from my forthcoming book, The Extortion of Forgiveness. The text messages contained in this chapter were taken from evidence the TBI obtained from cellular phone records and were given to the District Attorney’s office for evidence. The individuals below are myself, Paul Stanley, McKensie Morrison, the intern who was… Continue reading Book Preview: Chapter 7 – Deceit & Delivery

Toxicity of American Political Culture Is Harming Our Nation and Communities

Never in my life have I seen the level of political hostility we have in our country today. Occasionally we see people riot and protest over what they believe or perceive to be an injustice, but what our country has experienced since January 20 is outright toxic and ultimately damaging to our nation. More disturbing is… Continue reading Toxicity of American Political Culture Is Harming Our Nation and Communities