A Mother’s Day Reflection

A Mother’s Day Reflection

“EACH DAY THAT WE HAVE IS A GIFT” by Kara Donnellan, TPATH, ©2017 (May 17, 2017) — Today is the anniversary of the day I almost died.  I was a freshman in high school.  Just turned 15, and starting what they say are “the best years of your lives”.  I was enjoying the independence of […]

Was a DACA Recipient Deported, or Did He Voluntarily Leave?

Was a DACA Recipient Deported, or Did He Voluntarily Leave?

MAINSTREAM MEDIA MAY NOT HAVE ALL THE FACTS by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 19, 2017) — In recent days, a number of mainstream media outlets have reported on the saga of Juan Manuel Montes, aka Juan Manuel Montes-Bojorquez, who was arrested and returned to Mexico in February after attempting to re-enter the U.S., according to the […]

Look Who’s Standing for the National Anthem

Look Who’s Standing for the National Anthem

“GOOD JOB!” by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 13, 2016) — The Facebook page of a local Fox affiliate, Channel 5 in New York, has posted a home-video of a nine-year-old boy with a brain injury attempting, and succeeding briefly, to stand up when “The Star-Spangled Banner” is played in his living room. The young boys attempts […]

March 30 is “Terri’s Day” in Memory of Terri Schindler Schiavo

BRAIN-INJURED WOMAN WAS STARVED AND DEHYDRATED TO DEATH BY JUDGE’S ORDER by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 30, 2012) — Today has been named “Terri’s Day” by the Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network.  Schiavo passed away on March 31, 2005, after her husband Michael won a drawn-out court battle to have her feeding tube removed. At […]

Will the Tennessee Legislature Take Judicial Corruption Seriously?

AND WILL ENOUGH CONSTITUENTS TURN UP THE PRESSURE? by Heather Russell Wilder (Feb. 20, 2012) — Editor’s Note: The Post & Email had published an initial report on the case of Heather Wilder and her three minor sons, all of whom had been abused by Wilder’s now ex-husband over several years.  After a visit to […]