Stephenson Billings - Dr. Stephenson Billings is an award-winning Investigative Journalist, Motivational Children's Party Entertainer and Antique Soda Bottle Collector all in one special, blessed package!

Comedy, like a newborn infant, can capture our love by being adorable and wondrous. At other times, tantrums and a biting nature can signal a troubled...

“I coulda been a contender!” That was the famous cry of Marlon Brando in the 1954 film classic, On The Waterfront. Those words have a bitter poignancy...

Something disturbing is happening all across America: children are witnessing the raw sexual conquest of one beast by another in the privacy of their...

I received an impassioned letter the other day that I’d like to share with you. It reads, in part: My daughter surprised me by moving into an apartment...

The Federal Government offered relief to millions of Americans this week with the passage of the Unemployment Benefits Bill. It was a victory for President...

The New York Times has once again pushed past the barrier of decent journalism into a world of reckless myth-making with their latest article celebrating...

Academic and corporate scientists are always looking for that magic fountain of youth to whiten our teeth, reduce fine lines and even make experienced...

Racism. It’s a dangerous word with dangerous implications. Ever since our early flirtations with slavery, America has been under the microscope when it comes to racial relations. The truth behind our ethnic problem is not easy, nor is our solution clear yet our young black president, Barack Obama, has jumped headfirst into this difficult issue nonetheless. The frightening...

“What happens to Rover when he dies, Mommy? Will he go to heaven?” This is a question many a parent has heard from a weeping child. It’s heart wrenching...

The United States Military, a former ragtag revolutionary group that grew up to become the greatest fighting force in human history, the most high-tech and sophisticated state organization on the planet but still imbued with a youthful optimism rooted in the traditional virtues of a bygone era, died on the floor of Congress on Wednesday, January 27, 2010. It was 234 years...