Golden State Warriors point guard Steph Curry and his family helped provide food for 400 Oakland families who are facing economic hardship this year.
"I've been a member of [the Oakland] community since 2009, and it's important for me to give back this holiday season to the fans that give so much to us all year long," Curry, who helped the Warriors bring Oakland a 2014-2015 NBA Championship title, told Warriors.com about the experience of working with Feed the Children at the Beebe Memorial Cathedral.
The 27 year old was joined by his wife, Ayesha; daughter, Riley; sister, Sydel; mother, Sonya, and father, former NBA star Dell Curry, at the cathedral where he met and advised students to "stay in school, stay focused every day, and to spend the holidays appreciating your family and people in your life." more >>
A group of national retailers including Hobby Lobby, Michael's, and Wal-Mart have made a conservative group's "nice list" for including the name "Christmas" in their seasonal promotions.
The Mississippi-based American Family Association has released its annual "Naughty or Nice" list of major businesses regarding whether or not they mention Christmas in their stores and advertising during this time of year.
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To justify its substantial price tag, the futuristic looking device boasts all sorts of things that regular family vacation RVs can only hope of having. more >>
For the past ten years, we have enjoyed a holiday tradition on the Ringside Politics program, bestowing the "Turkey of the Year" award on the most deserving politician or celebrity.
While all of the former winners have been worthy recipients, this year's honoree is the most deserving of all time. No one fits the bill of "Turkey of the Year" more than President Barack Obama.
Last week, the President was pardoning official White House turkeys for Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, we cannot pardon Barack Obama for his actions as President. He has presided over the dismantling of our country's economy and our standing in the world. more >>
The day before Thanksgiving, President Obama assured Americans all was well and he knew "of no specific and credible intelligence indicating a plot on the homeland" based "on the latest information I just received in the Situation Room."
A week later, in San Bernardino, California, America experienced the most serious terrorist attack on American soil since September 11, 2001. Yet, during his Oval Office speech December 6, President Obama appeared more upset about his unattained ideological dream of gun control than what happened in San Bernardino.
Those watching his speech in the room I was in corporately exhaled a sigh of relief that President Obama finally joined the FBI and the majority of Americans to call the attack for what it was, an act of terrorism. more >>
With all the craziness happening on university campuses, how do we prepare future collegians before they get there?
For many students and their parents, the pressure is on: college application time. Essays, recommendations, SAT scores, etc.
And if you're a parent or grandparent, there's even a bigger worry: the insane developments on campuses across the country may have you re-thinking the whole college thing. If not, you should. more >>