Archive for June, 2007

The Business of Doing Good

By Nathan Tabor A recent headline points out why it wouldn’t be a bad idea to post the Ten Commandments in our schools. “Theft Rising at U.S. Wal-Mart Stores” noted a recent Associated Press business story. The article pointed out that the retailing giant is being hit by a tidalwave of shoplifting. Employers and customers [...]

Earlier Than Usual

At five in the morning, it seems like no one is alive. The roads are cool and misty and lonely. The houses that line the fields or sit beneath a scattering of trees seem frozen in time, an in between time where the birds chirp and squirrels chitter and the sun hovers on the eastern [...]

I Can See, But I Can’t Reach

If you are a fan of baseball, you have seen the sad decline of the New York Yankees this year. If you know nothing about baseball, then know this: the Yankees are one of the most stories franchises in all of sports, they have won twenty-six championships, and every year they are built to win [...]

A Wash in Beer

By Cheryl Stroup Ah, beer. Who hasn’t heard of this bubbly brew or watched the Superbowl specifically to be entertained by the brewery industry’s commercials. While appealing to a broad spectrum of people, beer is a versatile beverage with a broad range of uses. It makes a tasty marinade, a moist and light bread and, [...]