Jack Ellis: A Black History Salute

By Michael February 4, 2015 0

C. Jack Ellis, today I tip my hat to you in observance of Black History Month. You inspired many with your successful run for Mayor of the City of Macon, Georgia just before the turn of the century. Your tenure in office was so successful, that the Georgia General Assembly changed the form of government by consolidating the city and the county in order to keep you from returning as Mayor of Macon. read more

Dr. King’s Vietnam War Speech

By Michael February 4, 2015 2

Martin Luther King, Jr. spoke out against war during an address at Riverside Church in New York, April 4, 1967. Exactly one year later, Dr.  Martin Luther King, Jr. would breathe his last breath. Some say he should not have gotten himself involved in the Vietnam War. However, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. believed that it was his abounding moral duty to lift his voice up for peace. He made his position clear and the distance between him and President Lyndon B. Johnson began to widen. read more

New Book by Rodney Battle

By Michael February 3, 2015 0

We are pleased to announce a new book on relationships has been acquired by Cascade Publishing House. The author is Rodney Battle. The working title is “The Battle Line: Boy meets Girl or Vice Versa.” The Battle Line is sure to bring a fun hip-hop approach to meeting and greeting that special someone. The Battle Line is expected to be published in time for the holiday season. read more