Source Confirms Former Tennessee Inmate Sleeping Outside in 20-Degree Cold

Source Confirms Former Tennessee Inmate Sleeping Outside in 20-Degree Cold

“INTENTIONAL MEANNESS” by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 6, 2020) — The eyewitness who told The Post & Email that former inmate Grenda Ray Harmer was dropped off at a “community resource center” last week by the Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) without a plan for housing, shelter, medical care, employment or public benefits confirmed on Friday […]

Report: Former Tennessee Inmate, Released Last Week, “Living on the Streets”

Report: Former Tennessee Inmate, Released Last Week, “Living on the Streets”

TDOC MUM ON ARRANGEMENTS FOR GRENDA RAY HARMER by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 3, 2020) — An article published Monday by David Tulis of Noogaradio 92.7 FM and TNtrafficticket.com reports that a 25-year inmate of the Tennessee Department of Corrections, Grenda Ray Harmer, was brought in an ad-hoc fashion to a “community resource center” upon the […]

Trump Tweets about Homelessness as Bongino Provides Commentary

Trump Tweets about Homelessness as Bongino Provides Commentary

WHAT IS THE SOLUTION? by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 28, 2019) — At the same time that conservative radio host and commentator Dan Bongino was discussing rising homelessness in New York City and Los Angeles on Saturday morning, President Donald Trump tweeted his own thoughts on the subject, echoing Bongino’s statement that if local officials are […]

What San Francisco is Doing is Criminal

What San Francisco is Doing is Criminal

“A TALE OF TWO CITIES” by Jeff Crouere, ©2019 (Aug. 24, 2019) — Throughout most of its history, San Francisco has been known as the beautiful “city by the bay.” It has wonderful scenery, the Golden Gate Bridge, the cable cars, and Pier 39, among other wonderful cultural attractions. Sadly, it is also led by […]

Veterans Day; Business as Usual in America!! Part 1 pb

Veterans Day; Business as Usual in America!! Part 1 pb

HAS COMMERCIALISM OVERTAKEN WHAT SHOULD BE A DAY OF RESPECT? by Tom Pastore, ©2014 (Nov. 7, 2014) — While some people are still debating who won in the recent elections and why, we are being reminded on all the various forms of modern communications that Veterans Day will soon be upon us. The reasons are […]

A Christmas Prayer Request from The Post & Email pb

A Christmas Prayer Request from The Post & Email pb

“WE CAN REBUILD AMERICA” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 24, 2013) — As we gather to celebrate Christmas with our loved ones, The Post & Email prays for all of those who have suffered the painful loss of a child. We pray for the parents of Claire Davis, who was brutally and mortally wounded by a […]

Where’s the Concern Over Private Sector Furloughs?

Where’s the Concern Over Private Sector Furloughs?

PRIVATE SECTOR WORKERS IMPACTED BY THE FEDERAL BEHEMOTH MAY NEVER RECOVER.  DOES DC CARE? by Paul Driessen, ©2013 (Oct. 14, 2013) — In 2009, Mr. Obama told Representative Eric Cantor (R-VA), “Elections have consequences, and I won.” As with his healthcare law, amid this year’s impasse, he said “There will be no negotiations on the debt […]

Tapping Natural Resources to Address Maryland’s Economic Problems

WE SHOULD DEVELOP PREVIOUSLY UNAVAILABLE ENERGY RESOURCES TO GENERATE JOBS, REVENUES by Bishop Harry Jackson, Jr. (Oct. 19, 2011) — Maryland’s 7.2% unemployment rate is below the national average, but still too high. Budget shortfalls next year could reach $700 million or more, the Maryland Budget and Tax Policy Institute warns. Many of our cities […]