Posts Tagged ‘ death ’

Looking at ‘My Sister’s Keeper’ and dead serious issues

Nov 10th, 2009 | By | Category: Book Reviews, Commentary, Opinions, Reviews

by Mike Courson Every so often, I find a book that absolutely moves me. Unfortunately, Jodi Picoult’s “My Sister’s Keeper” failed to do that. Still, I read the 430 or so pages in four days, so surely that means something. Of course, this book was made into a major motion picture. Another book of this […]



Saying goodbye to Jeremy Clawson: A good friend, talented journalist, and all-around great person

Jul 23rd, 2009 | By | Category: Columns, Opinions

by Zach Becker I write this message in great sadness after receiving news of the death of Jeremy Andrew Clawson. The world has lost a great citizen and I’ve lost a friend. I mourn the best way I know how – with words. I want to tell you a little about my experiences with Jeremy […]



Marley and Me brings catharsis for those who have lost pets

May 28th, 2009 | By | Category: Columns, Movie Reviews

by Mike Courson Marley & Me could have been junk. Most of us have lost a pet at some point in our lives. Why did John Grogan’s book experience so much success, and did they really have to make it into a movie just because the book made money? I was skeptical about the book, […]



Survival Seeds are man’s only hope

Apr 15th, 2009 | By | Category: Blogs, Opinions

Zach Becker Editor-in-Chief ARMAGEDDON is almost here. By next spring, FOOD will be in SHORT SUPPLY. Grocery stores will be BARREN. It’s either grow your own food or turn to cannibalism!!!! Order your Survival Seeds now, or YOU AND YOUR FAMILY WILL DIE!! SurvivalSeedBank.com will send you plenty of seeds, enough to plant a whole […]