The Means, Part 5: Healthcare

The Means, Part 5: Healthcare by Bobby Dillon So I’m reading a book. It’s called An American Sickness: How Healthcare Became Big Business and How You Can Take it Back by former physician and current New York Times columnist Elisabeth Rosenthal. Elisabeth Rosenthal has done some great work on healthcare. For years now, she has been doing some in-depth reporting and editorial work discussing just … Continue reading The Means, Part 5: Healthcare

Christianity vs. Hinduism: Part 3

By: William Fabyan There a few facets of Hinduism mentioned, by Aparna Chawla and Ramdas, Lamb that I would like to argue against based on the truth about Christianity: Hinduism “The unique understanding in Hinduism is that God is not far away, living in a remote heaven, but is inside each and every soul, in the heart and consciousness, waiting to be discovered. And the … Continue reading Christianity vs. Hinduism: Part 3

Christianity vs. Hinduism: Part 2

By: William Fabyan There a few facets of Hinduism mentioned, by Aparna Chawla and Ramdas, Lamb that I would like to argue against based on the truth about Christianity: Hinduism “The unique understanding in Hinduism is that God is not far away, living in a remote heaven, but is inside each and every soul, in the heart and consciousness, waiting to be discovered. And the … Continue reading Christianity vs. Hinduism: Part 2

Benefits of Reading

By: Sidney McDaniel It’s no secret that reading makes you more intelligent. Reading strengthens your brain as it develops. This is especially important in young children. Parents who read to their children from infancy to early elementary years will familiarize their kids with books. This strengthens their vocabulary, communication skills, and strengthens their brain activity. My mom would read to me ever since I was … Continue reading Benefits of Reading