This is a great write-up from the New York Times about my cities innovation district. We have a lot to be proud of here in Chattanooga and when one of America’s great newspaper notices it is very nice.
The longer you fight a war in your heart or mind the longer it wears on you and changes you. Eventually you forget what you were even fighting about in the first place. Perhaps the cold war of our souls should end so we can all live anew.
History is a good teacher but it is also something that holds us down from doing something new.
It’s past time for us to stop fighting the Cold War of the past and forge a new future with Cuba. It’s a place with a proud people who in other places in the world are treated better than they are by the old, tired guard of the USA. To create change there you must change here.
LOS ANGELES (AP) – Nancy Reagan, the helpmate, backstage adviser and fierce protector of Ronald Reagan in his journey from actor to president – and finally during his 10-year battle with Alzheimer’s disease – has died. She was 94.
I got to see Mrs. Reagan when I was in High School while at a conference in Atlanta. That was a big thrill for me to see her as a teenager. The former FLOTUS was a interesting person who made waves herself as first lady. No matter your political position this is a sad day.
In a week where we have lost David Bowie, Alan Rickman and Dan Haggerty another person lost her husband and brother. Celine Dion has had a very tragic few days having suffered two major losses. Recently we lost Natalie Cole as well. At any rate there’s been too much loss for such a young year. 2016 isn’t going very well for many. Be grateful for what you have for as long as you have it.
Tallahassee, Florida, studio is where millions of wannabe millionaires — and now, billionaires — see their dreams drop in less than 60 seconds
I saw this report tonight on the news and it’s amazing the operation that goes on to draw the numbers for Powerball. High security is a understatement.