Republican Party; Same Story Different Day

The Eighteenth Amendment Didn’t Work Either

Republican Party; Same Story Different Day

  The Eighteenth Amendment, better known as “prohibition”, was passed into law on January 16, 1919.  It was wisely repealed by passing the 21st Amendment on December 5, 1933.  It was repealed because it didn’t work, it didn’t make since. Prohibition became increasingly unpopular during the Great Depression. The repeal movement was started by a […]

Catholic Church Without A Pope

A Profile Without Courage

Catholic Church Without A Pope

Controversy, Historical significance, Turmoil, Transformation Catholic Church, is facing both controversy and historical significance, in a time of turmoil and transformation.  On this day, the 1st of March, 2013, the Church, is without a Pope.  Pope Benedict XVI resigned yesterday, amid an air of controversy and even disbelief.  It has been 600 years since a […]

Rosa Parks statue unveiled at Capitol

Rosa Parks statue unveiled at Capitol

Rosa Parks statue unveiled at Capitol Yesterday, civil rights activist Rosa Parks received another honor and became the first African American woman to have a full body statue in the Capitol. Ms. Parks’ statue also became the first to be commissioned by Congress since 1873. The bronze statute of Ms. Rosa Parks likeness stands nine […]