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A Tent, a Bus and a Mountain Top

February 24, 2018


And as close to Heaven as you could get. It is a phrase that you will hear over and over again when people from all walks of life describe meeting Billy Graham. photo courtesy of Billy Graham Evangelistic Association We heard from some Charlotteans. Angela Bennett describe Billy Graham’s leadership & evangelism as unblemished. That […]

Billy Graham denounced racism when desegregation was not popular

February 22, 2018


Billy Graham 1918 – 2018 “Graham spoke to people of all ethnicities, creeds and backgrounds. Early in his career, he denounced racism when desegregation was not popular. Before the U.S. Supreme Court banned discrimination on a racial basis, Graham held desegregated Crusades, even in the Deep South. He declined invitations to speak in South Africa […]

Living on the wrong side of the Tracks

February 11, 2018


I received an official email on Friday from Larry Kopf, the CATS Chief Operations Planning Officer, that the new CATS Public Transportation City Bus Route #3 on Sunday will not service the People of Oakview Terrace Community on Centre & Kentucky. While people on the other side of the Tracks will have the Luxury and […]

Why your Voice Matters – Public Access

February 3, 2018


As an emergency Cable Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting, by The Hawai’i State Department of Commerce & Consumer Affairs (DCCA) is scheduled for today Friday, 2/2/18 to hear from Charter on its migration of community access channels, public comment is welcome. We wanted to share our letter I submitted and why we believe Public Access and […]