Our national motto, “In God We Trust,” may soon be displayed in schools; if Allegheny County Republican Rick Saccone has his way. Saccone is sponsoring the bill in celebration of the 150th anniversary of ‘In God We Trust’ on our coins! However, according to Ed Joyce, president of the Delaware Valley Chapter of Americans United […]

A Missouri woman who took her son, who’s she breastfeeding to jury duty, now has to go in front of a judge and could be found in contempt of court, fined up to $5,000 and could even be arrested. Because she didn’t have anybody else to watch her son, she asked to be exempt from […]

On Sunday Pastor Marvin Winans is planning a special blessing at his Perfecting Church in Detroit, a dedication service for children two years old and under. However, when a woman who is a member called the church this week to make arrangements for her 2-year-old son and stated that she was not married, she was […]

Reality shows are undoubtedly taking over television, and we’re giving in. The newest reality TV show debuting on the Oxygen network is called, “Preachers of L.A.” The show features a look into the lavish lives of six preachers – Pastor Jay Haizlip, Bishop Clarence McClendon, Bishop Ron Gibson, Minister Deitrick Haddon, Pastor Wayne Chaney and […]

Baseballs, footballs, soccer balls and any other hardballs that could injure a child have been banned at a Long Island middle school. Superintendent of Port Washington Schools, said in a local television interview, “We want to make sure our children have fun but are also protected.” She also noted how playground injuries could “unintentionally” become […]

A second-grader who has dreads in Tulsa, Okla., became the center of decades of debate over standards of black beauty, cultural pride and freedom of expression. Late last month, her school apologized and rescinded language banning dreadlocks, Afros, mohawks and other “faddish” hairstyles it had called unacceptable and potential health hazards. A few weeks earlier, […]

If you want to get food from a McDonald’s in Texas, then pull up your pants! A Dallas McDonald’s franchisee has decided to ban sagging pants in 25 area restaurants. Guests are greeted with a sign that reads, “No Sagging Allowed in This Restaurant.” McDonald’s corporate headquarters isn’t commenting but a Dallas City Councilman is […]

For the first time in six years, The Miss America pageant was back in Atlantic City this weekend. Miss New York, Nina Davuluri, 24, from Syracuse was crowned Miss America 2014; making her the first Miss America of Indian descent. However, many people were not pleased with her victory and took to social media to […]

The contract between the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers and the school district expired on Saturday. Both parties met yesterday and the teachers say no to pay cuts of 5 percent to 13 percent. Negotiations will resume today, which is the first day for teachers. Students are scheduled to report on Sept. 9. What are your […]

CeCe’s Sound Off! A reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer is asking Mayor Michael Nutter to ban Jay Z from using the N-word at his upcoming “Made in America” festival next weekend, in which Jay is behind. The writer feels that since Mayor Nutter attacked Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper for using the word; he should […]

In an effort to encourage customers to shop with reusable bags while reducing landfill waste, Sen. Daylin Leach wants Pennsylvania shoppers to either bring their own shopping bags or pay a fee two cents per new plastic bag. The retailer would get one penny of the fee to help with its recycling and the state […]