National Archives - Baltimore Post-ExaminerBaltimore Post-Examiner

America is divided now more than ever

At a pivotal time in the country’s history, sides are shifting, tides are turning and people are wondering what the next moves are going to be by their federal government. However, is it everyone’s federal government? In recent weeks the […]

John Lewis-Feature

America is divided now more than ever

By

At a pivotal time in the country’s history, sides are shifting, tides are turning and people are wondering what the next moves are going to be by their federal government. However, is it everyone’s federal government? In recent weeks the […]

Continue Reading...
Crosby Game Winner-Feature

NFL Conference Championships are next

Before we get to the games from this past weekend, lets look at what has become proof the NFL, both its owners and commissioner, do not give a rat's

Martin Luther King civil rights march in DC (Wikimedia Commons)

Remembering Martin Luther King

Today we commemorate the birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He was born on January 15, 1929 and was tragically murdered on April 4, 1968. King spent

richardson-feature

NFL Wild Card Weekend whittles down the field

Wild Card weekend finally arrived and for some teams, Oakland and Detroit, it was a few weeks late while for others, Seattle and Houston, it provided them with a

The Dardanella Great Gatsby Presidential Inaugural Ball will feature dance lessons. (Nishell Falcone

Great Gatsby Presidential Inaugural Ball: A keen way to fete Inauguration Day

The indelible motto, “The chief business of the American people is business”, might well have been spoken by the current President-elect: Donald Trump. But the originator of that catchphrase

World War I memorials in Mt. Airy, NC. (Anthony C. Hayes)

American Legion & VFW support rescue of ailing World War I memorials

WASHINGTON DC: The two largest veterans groups in the United States, the American Legion and the Veterans Of Foreign Wars (VFW), with a combined membership of 3,700,000, have signed

debbie-reynolds-feature

Debbie Reynolds dies, one day after Carrie

Debbie Reynolds, the iconic actress who rose to fame with the classic film Singin’ In The Rain, with Gene Kelly and Donald O’Connor — and the mother of iconic

browns-chargers-feature

#NFL Week 16: Merry Christmas Cleveland

Yes, Cleveland, there is a Santa Claus and he wears lightning bolts. The Mistake by the Lake can finally call themselves winners after beating the soon to be Los

carrie-fisher-feature

Carrie Fisher, beloved Star Wars actor, has died

The world was given the news this morning (December 27, 2016) that the iconic actor who fought against ageism in Hollywood and helped carry the most successful film franchise

festivus-feature

Forget Christmas, give me Festivus

I live for December 23rd. You can have Christmas and all that other holiday crap, give me today, Festivus, over anything old Saint Nick drops off at my home.

HOME / ABOUT / CONTACT / JOIN THE TEAM / TERMS OF SERVICE / PRIVACY POLICY / COMMENT POLICY