Micki's story has been a part of my heart for many years now, and seeing so many people read at least part of my little story (over 1,000 viewed the last chapter I posted, "The Fight") just means so much to me. For some context, I started writing this story right after I graduated from college, almost 19 years ago. My father, with whom I was very close, had passed away suddenly one year earlier, shattering my faith, and sending me spiraling into a depression so deep it nearly took my life. Just over a year later, a tragic car accident in the small Kansas town I grew up in took the life of a little boy, and I began to write this story.
By Susan Kuebler Today Donald Trump tweeted out (naturally) his plans to hold a rally in Pennsylvania next Saturday, April 28th. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/855816071663812608 Now there is nothing newsworthy about Donald Trump continuing to hold rallies, even after he won the election. ... Continue Reading →
By Andrew Witzel Since the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) passed, the GOP has essentially been saying the same thing, over and over, like a broken record. Repeal and Replace On Wednesday of this week, moderate and conservative Republicans revived... Continue Reading →
By Jason Taylor I guess the White House and Republican representatives learned nothing from the outrage their last health care proposal engendered in their constituents. Rather than work cooperatively with Democrats to fix the problems with the Affordable Care Act... Continue Reading →
By Susan Kuebler Many eyebrows were raised when Trump's itinerary for the G-7 meeting in Italy, scheduled for late May, did not include the traditional meeting between the President and the Pope at the Vatican. Meetings between Presidents and Pontiffs... Continue Reading →