In the aftermath of Monday’s debate, all I hear is people saying that if one or the other is elected they’re going to leave the country. My question is…for where?
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You know, he’s been gone for better than five years. But I still remember his words about caution and good decisions as clearly as if my dad is still talking to me as I walk out the door.
Seattle Seahawks tackle Michael Bennett says it’s time a ‘white’ superstar speaks out in support of the protests against social injustice. I don’t think it will help, and here’s why.
Oh, say can you see…that maybe we don’t need the national anthem before every game? Yes? No? Well at least consider the history of it.
It’s not surprising that concerned readers are writing to Press Pros over the recent post about Colin Kaepernick protesting the Star Spangled Banner. People who’ve made their own lives matter. What they’re writing about are others trying to justify an alternative agenda.
Fantasy football, pre-season games, NCAA openers, Colin Kaepernick? Meh. You could do better. I could do better…and will!
Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel’s recent argument for mandatory public service on the part of high school graduates is another reason why people are fed up with mandates…and government.
If Colin Kaepernick wants to sit down, or sit out, to support the oppressed, let him…while those like him who’ve put themselves in the category of the un-oppressed stream on by.
If you haven’t noticed already, recent changes on Press Pros makes it faster…and more secure. Good for you, and us!
From the penthouse of life, to less than the shack out back as a slave to addiction…is one perspective of Chris Herren’s amazing life story. You can hear it for yourself next week, in Sidney.
Unknown to many Americans who watched him win the 800 meter bronze medal Monday, Clayton Murphy distinguished himself by taking his opportunity to dream…and making the most of it.
Now that she plays second fiddle to gold medalist Simone Biles, Gabby Douglas can expect to the slings and arrows of those who underachieve, and over-criticize.
Meyer makes surprising comment about supporting Bearcats’ bid to move up … Cincinnati would be opened up to Big 12 schools if conference dips into Ohio … Buckeyes best-served by keeping their big-time football monopoly.
After almost six years of publication, we continue to discover what motivates people to read, and to react. Keep it positive, optimistic. And never divulge the name of the kid who dropped the winning pass!
I had the distinct impression that if I could physically survive the first day of summer football practice, I could make it through anything.
Four years after his video refute of Barack Obama went viral, Sidney businessman Denny Sollman has resigned himself to ignoring the current rhetoric…and to an endless stream of paperwork.
More legislation coming from the National Federation of High School Baseball rules people to govern the number of pitches that can be thrown by teenager pitchers. This is good…sort of!
The oldest book on earth proclaims that out of our mouths come that which lives in our hearts. Today’s rhetoric from our freedom to speak paints some frightening examples.
If you’ve noticed, we’re running a little slow recently. And there’s a logical explanation if you’ll take the time to observe the signs.
What happened in Dallas is shameful, and heart-breaking. And worse, there won’t be enough in number, or in volume of voice, to speak out in the defense of those fallen, and those left to protect. This small website…will!