Top 10 Hottest Women in Jouralism

1. Michaela Pereira – CNN
2. Stephanie Abrams – The Weather Channel
3. Krystal Ball – MSNBC
4. Sarah Walsh – ESPN
5. Sage Steele – ESPN
6. Soledad O’Brien – ESPN
7. Erin Burnett – CNN
8. Alex Wagner – MSNBC
9. Susan Hendricks – HLN
10. Richelle Carey – HLN

The Ocean/ The Sea

We are exactly 6 days away from the greatest week of television viewing, this is the best time to lock into your television set and be truly educated on the most awesome animal in the world, I’m talking about shark week which starts on Sunday August 4th at 9pm on Channel 40, The discovery channel. When I was a small child I was blessed with the opportunity to go inside of a real submarine and check out some real life sharks, that incredible experience impacted my life forever, from that point on I always had this crazy obsession with water most specifically the ocean. I had two fantasies in life #1 living underwater and #2 living on the water and I’m not talking about some small time house boat, I would live to live on a cruise ship the freedom of the sea to be exact. Although living underwater is a crazy fantasy I think about it day and night because Larry Barnett Jr. Sucks on land but I know the sea life or the ocean life is the one for me. Be sure to tune into shark week 2013 I have been a viewer for 13 years now And I don’t plan on stoping anytime soon. I feel that the United States government waste way too much money on the space program and not enough or maybe nothing at all on what’s going on underwater.

The N Word Pt. 2

I hate to say it but both Bill O’reily from Fox News and Don Lemon from CNN are 100% correct the African American community is slowly decaying because of the lack of a real father figure and structure in the home there is no other way around it, but to tell it how it really is. Once upon a time someone told me that if you take a pile of crap and cover it with sugar it’s still a pile of crap with sugar on it, when jay-z and other individuals for pop culture say that the word nigger no longer has power they are making a fool of them selves and the millions of fans that take everything that they say as gospel truth. This goes back to the Willie lynch papers and the new Jim Crowe law. When people say things like the N-word doesn’t mean what it used to, they are playing right into the hands of the racist people that want us as black people to self destruct. The word is not cool I don’t care If you spin it counter clockwise it won’t never be okay to say it I don’t care if your black Caucasian or hispanic it is not right. Mr. Don Lemon I stand up and applaud the way you are handling this whole situation and Mr. Bill O’reily people may be surprised to hear this coming from a black man but I agree with you more often than people realize and this time you are right about the black house hold. Mr. Lemon gave a pretty nice check list on Sunday July 28th 2013 6pm news edition on CNN, this list I feel should help us African Americans at least try to do better. I am not trying to tear anyone down I am just so sick and tired if seeing my people destroy each other and then we look to people like Beyonce, Jay Z, 2chainz and Future. These individuals ate getting paid a lot of money to lie to a lot of young people and we keep falling for the same okie doke, lets keep main stream and pop culture out of how to raise a family.


Leo Dicaprio did his thing in the classic remake of The Great Gasby. This movie gets two thumbs up in my personal opinion and it should be an early nominee for next year academy awards. Leo really pulled in the audience with his depiction of Gasby. The amazing part of it is his character was really laid back in this particular movie. Beyonce, Jay Z, Kanye and Andre 3000 came up with the most incredible movie soundtracks that I have ever heard. Every single sound fit every single scene beautifully. The supporting cast of this movie brought the house down as well. So how does this version stack up to the original version of the book and the movie. Honestly I don’t know this time. I have my personal opinion but I think I will let you guys judge for your self. You may be wondering what I think. Well I think that this movie holds its own up against the originals.

Social Media, Don’t Slip Up. All eyes on you

Social media is awesome but it is also a bear trap just waiting for you to slip up. I posted in a earlier blog that social media and social networking were very dangerous and I stand by that statement, but at the same time when used properly, it could be very helpful. In the national news, there are a lot of stories that are being talked about regarding athletes, celebrities, and political figures but the chances are you heard about it on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter long before you watched it on television. This is the new age in which we live. Even major news networks rely on social media to get their topics of the day. Privacy does not exist anymore because all a person needs is a cell phone, iPad, or iPod and they can post breaking news info in a matter of seconds, every mic is a hot mic and every iPhone is an open eye.

Basic instructions before leaving Earth

The Bible (from Koine Greek τὰ βιβλία, tà biblía, “the books”) is a canonical collection of texts considered sacred in Judaism as well as in Christianity. The term Bible is shared between the two religions, although the contents of each of their collections of canonical texts is not the same. Different religious groups include different books within their canons, in different orders, and sometimes divide or combine books, or incorporate additional material into canonical books.

The Hebrew Bible, or Tanakh, contains twenty-four books divided into three parts: the five books of the Torah (“teaching” or “law”), the Nevi’im (“prophets”), and the Ketuvim (“writings”).

Christian Bibles range from the sixty-six books of the Protestant canon to the eighty-one books of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church canon. The first part of Christian Bibles is the Old Testament, which contains, at minimum, the twenty-four books of the Hebrew Bible divided into thirty-nine books and ordered differently than the Hebrew Bible. The Catholic Church and Eastern Christian churches also hold certain deuterocanonical books and passages to be part of the Old Testament canon. The second part is the New Testament, containing twenty-seven books: the four Canonical gospels, Acts of the Apostles, twenty-one Epistles or letters, and the Book of Revelation.

By the 2nd century BCE Jewish groups had called the Bible books “holy,” and Christians now commonly call the Old and New Testaments of the Christian Bible “The Holy Bible” (τὰ βιβλία τὰ ἅγια, tà biblía tà ágia) or “the Holy Scriptures” (η Αγία Γραφή, e Agía Graphḗ). Many Christians consider the whole canonical text of the Bible to be divinely inspired. The oldest surviving complete Christian Bibles are Greek manuscripts from the 4th century. The oldest Tanakh manuscript in Hebrew and Aramaic dates to the 10th century CE,[1] but an early 4th-century Septuagint translation is found in the Codex Vaticanus.

The Bible was divided into chapters in the 13th century by Stephen Langton and into verses in the 16th century by French printer Robert Estienne[2] and is now usually cited by book, chapter, and verse. The Bible has estimated annual sales of 25 million copies,[3][4] and has been a major influence on literature and history, especially in the West where it was the first mass printed book.

Fyre Proof

Divine grace is a theological term present in many religions. It has been defined as the divine influence which operates in humans to regenerate and sanctify, to inspire virtuous impulses, and to impart strength to endure trial and resist temptation;[1] and as an individual virtue or excellence of divine origin.[2]

Mercy (Middle English, from Anglo-French merci, from Medieval Latin merced-, merces, from Latin, “price paid, wages”, from merc-, merxi “merchandise”) is a broad term that refers to benevolence, forgiveness and kindness in a variety of ethical, religious, social and legal contexts.[1][2][3][4]

The concept of a “Merciful God” appears in various religions, including Christianity, Judaism and Islam.[1][2] Performing acts of mercy as a component of religious beliefs is also emphasized through actions such as the giving of alms, and care for the sick and Works of Mercy.[5][6]

In the social and legal context, mercy may refer both to compassionate behavior on the part of those in power (e.g. mercy shown by a judge toward a convict), or on the part of a humanitarian third party, e.g., a mission of mercy aiming to treat war victims.[3][4]

Without the victory of the resurrection, the death of Jesus would have been in vain. For death by itself is no victory, no matter how well-meaning the sacrificial lamb, no matter how noble the cause. Through His resurrection, Christ broke the power of death once and for all time. Salvation was not completed only because of the cross. It was completed by the victory of the empty tomb. – Katherine Walden
Redemption Defined: To be set free from captivity or slavery.
In Old Testament times, it was required that sacrifices be made to cover the penalty of sin. This temporary redemption involved offering food and animal sacrifices as a substitution for the sin of the people in the tabernacle. The Jewish people were waiting for the promised Messiah who would provide one final blood sacrifice for all sins. The animal sacrifices covered sins temporarily, but the Messiah would take away sin permanently.
O Israel, put your hope in the Lord, for with the Lord is unfailing love and with him is full redemption. He himself will redeem Israel from all their sins. (Psalms 130:7) (NIV)
And in Jesus, the promise of the Messiah was fulfilled. His substitution for our sins has redeemed us – set us free from sin.
But we see Jesus, who was made a little lower than the angels, now crowned with glory and honor because he suffered death, so that by the grace of God he might taste death for everyone. (Hebrews 2:9) (NAS)
“The central theme of redemption in Scripture is that God has taken the initiative to act compassionately on behalf of those who are powerless to help themselves. The New Testament makes clear that divine redemption includes God’s identification with humanity in its plight, and the securing of liberation of humankind through the obedience, suffering, death, and resurrection of the incarnate Son.” (Excerpted from Baker’s Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology)
Salvation Defined: Biblically, salvation refers to the act of being saved from the eternal consequences of sin.
Did you know that the name “Jesus” in Hebrew means “salvation?”
… And you are to give him the name Jesus, because He will save His people from their sins. (Matthew 1:21) (NIV)
“It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners.” (Mark 2:17) (NIV)
Jesus came to “seek and to save the lost” (Luke 19:10). Through the redemption provided by His death and resurrection, Jesus gave each of us a way to be cleansed of our sins, offering us the chance to spend eternity with Him in heaven. All we have to do is take Him up on the offer.
“I tell you the truth, whoever hears my word and believes him who sent me has eternal life and will not be condemned; he has crossed over from death to life.” (John 5:24) (NIV)
Salvation and redemption are tremendously important concepts in Christianity. We are free from the penalty of sin, because Jesus Christ paid the price in our stead.