Cody Pogue’s essay is a sharp indictment on the church in a manner that congregants can absorb. The onus is on them for the necessary change.
Farmers in America are more likely to kill themselves than people who work almost any other job and almost nobody is talking about it.
My friend Cody Pogue did as he always does. And in the process he admonishes Trump supporters, the president’s prolific enablers.
Cody Pogue, a government and history professor and former candidate for Texas State House was upset that the president’s SOTU address consisted mainly of lies.
Cody Pogue is man who leads by example. If we had more people displaying the level of empathy he has, we would have a better country.
Midterm 2018 will tell us a lot about the American electorate including the impact of the Gen Z voters. Most importantly it will tell us if Trumpism is still on the ascent.
Someone recently asked why I, as a workaholic who does almost nothing other than work, supports welfare. I think its a valid question. Short answer:
So how exactly do we declutter in a world of competing ideas to arrive at the real unadulterated truth that we can trust and share?
God may have sent Hurricane Harvey & Irma to punish Texas & Florida or maybe to restore faith in government for those who have yet to see the light.
This friend is going through the stages of grief over an administration planning on DACA repeal but realizes activism over blind anger is the solution.