EXCERPT: 15 Years after Katrina: Understanding the storm’s lasting impact on New Orleans

The full story can be read at The Millennial Source. The Superdome and the Super Bowl I lived in New Orleans for a year, from 2012 to 2013, arriving in the city on September 1, 2012, four days after Hurricane Isaac. That Category 1 storm briefly passed over New Orleans, almost seven years to the … Continue reading EXCERPT: 15 Years after Katrina: Understanding the storm’s lasting impact on New Orleans

The View from Outside the World

Fear is a natural reaction to the unknown. Terror is the most basic response to what is going on the world, but compassion should be as well. Empathy and a desire to understand, these should be just as powerful emotions within all of us or our world will continue to deteriorate. We can't keep pretending that just because something happens on the other side of an imaginary line that we won't be impacted.

Sandy Hook Conspiracies and the Need for Order

Social networking is a miracle of technology, a tool of unprecedented global reach. Its power to connect is truly a wonder. Which is why it's so disheartening to see it used too frequently for the spread of misinformation and lies. Some of it is innocuous or so blatantly false that it barely warrants comment. But … Continue reading Sandy Hook Conspiracies and the Need for Order