Should we be praising Kim Jong Un for allegedly returning the remains of fallen soldiers from the Korean War? Donald Trump thinks so. He sent out the following tweet in response: Donald J. TrumpVerified account @realDonaldTrump Thank you to Chairman Kim Jong Un for keeping your[..]
The other night, our daughter was praying with our grandson. A nightly ritual. They pray for the entire family. They pray for my sis and my niece who are battling cancer. They pray for his daddy who is in his first year of nursing school,[..]
Apparently teenagers-in-chief Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump haven't yet blown us all to smithereens. It isn't for a lack of trying. Thanks a lot for absolutely nothing, Lindsey Graham. Don't you just love it when folks who couldn't pass the entrance exam to[..]
If Kim Jong Un decides to out-bully Trump this may very well prove to be my very last blog post. For all you people wondering what the Bay of Pigs moment was like, this is it. This temper-tantrum meltdown between two completely erratic and insane[..]
Even Korea, it seems, has their Yankees. All I got to say is you can tell that Kim Jong-un isn't from SOUTH Korea. Kim Jong-un is more of a Maine or Vermont type of Yankee. You know the type: That person who prides themselves on[..]
There has been a lot of hullabaloo over Hillary Clinton's missing/deleted emails. Donald Trump, who is the first presidential candidate in modern history to tell voters they can rot in H-E-DoubleToothpicks because he's never releasing his taxes, wants voters to believe that the reason Clinton[..]
Author/Journalist Karen Spears Zacharias is a Gold Star daughter and an alumni of Oregon State University.
Karen's work has been featured in the Washington Post, New York Times, CNN, National Public Radio, and Good Morning America.
Her debut novel, Mother of Rain (Mercer University Press), received the Weatherford Award for Best in Appalachian Fiction from Berea College and was adapted for the stage by Georgia's Historic State Theater, The Springer. In 2018, Karen was named Appalachian Heritage Writer by Shepherd University, and Mother of Rain was chosen as the One Book One West Virginia Read.
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Karen's upcoming book The Murder Gene, is her second true crime work.
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