“Daily Gratitude” on Morning Energy

Thanksgiving Day is a formal celebration in many countries around the world. In America, Thanksgiving was birth from a harvest festival shared between the English Colonists and the Wampanoag Indians in 1621. The festival was also a time to express gratitude for other blessings over the past year.  However, between 1621 and up to the… Read more »

“Lowering The Temperature” On Morning Energy

The announcement of Joe Biden as president elect of the 2020 presidential race did not settle well with many Americans and resulted in protest around the nation due to what many felt was a rigged presidential race that led to Biden’s victory. Post election blues and waging protests against sitting president, presidential candidates, or presidential-elect… Read more »

“The Importance of Unity and Working Together to Win” on Morning Energy

The 2020 presidential election will be remembered as one of the most contentious election in history. However the 2020 election is not the first presidential election that has had its share of challenges and conflicts. For example, the presidential election of 1860 was not only contentious, but it tore the nation apart. Abraham Lincoln, who… Read more »

Four Traumatic Years Later

In the aftermath of the 2016 presidential election, we asked a panel of distinguished guests to share their opinions on the outcome. Dr. Jennifer, Mercieca, professor of communications at Texas A & M University questioned the media’s involvement, “They put the camera in front of Donald Trump for a year and a half and they gave… Read more »