You are unique group of graduates having reached a milestone and accomplished a goal amidst a global epidemic. You made history and have shown a great deal of resilience. It is now time to move forward to the next stage of your lives. Understand that everything you accomplish begins with a vision. The clearer you define your vision, the closer your vision will be to reality. Dream. Dream vividly. Dream often. … [Read more...] about Fort Bend County DA Brian Middleton offers encouragement, advice to the Class of 2020: Dream big. Dream vividly. Dream often.
Gosa recalls also having to order food at the back door of a restaurant with nowhere to sit and eat it, and drinking from “colored” water fountains. And she thinks back on all the times she rode in the car with her parents past nearby Auburn University, which she thought of as “the school for white kids” because it was off-limits to black students. … [Read more...] about Older black voters have a 2020 dream: huge turnout, new president
What kind of a country will we leave to our children and grandchildren? Will we leave them: a bankrupt America flooded with illegal immigrants; will English no longer be the national language; will our Constitutional law be replaced by some form of Sharia law; will we be susceptible to energy blackmail or will we be energy independent; will our citizens, our children continue to be killed while just walking down the street; will we have a President who cannot be trusted to perform the duties of Commander-in-Chief; will the homosexual lifestyle be forced on children in the public schools; and will the nation be devoid of the entrepreneurial spirit? … [Read more...] about What Leader Will Embrace America’s Righteous Freedom?
I left Wales and went to London to go to drama school when I was 18, and when I got there, one of the people in my year, my friend Gary, said to me, “Do you read comics?” And I said, no. He went, “Alright, here you go. Here’s Watchmen, here’s Swamp Thing, here’s Hellblazer and here’s Sandman.” That introduced me to the world of comics and, specifically, to Neil Gaiman, and I became a huge fan of his work. Then, within the next year, when I was in drama school, Good Omens came out. Because I had already started reading Sandman, I got my copy of the book and read it. And it was the first thing by Terry Pratchett that I had come across, so I started reading all the Discworld novels after that, and continued my love of Neil’s work. … [Read more...] about Michael Sheen Talks Getting Inside a Cult Leader’s Head and His ‘Long Love Affair’ With Neil Gaiman
“We know those places where everybody is on a first-name basis, where your mom, dad, uncle or sister works there, and that makes us all feel good and is a source of pride,” said Johnson, who not only stays in touch with his earliest mentors but partners in business deals with them as well. “The places that allow minority kids to dream. Just like for me back in Lansing, [Ferguson and Eaton] owning businesses and giving me an opportunity is really why I’m blessed to be able to help people today. That’s how this thing works.” … [Read more...] about Column: With $100 million, Magic Johnson pays it forward