Sometimes it is not even safe in your own home. Such is the case of this veteran United Airlines flight attendant, DeCarol Deloney-Cain,54 years old. Her teenage daughter, Alyssa Barrett, 17, has been charged with Deloney-Cain’s murder. Barrett apparently stuffed her mothers body in the trunk of her car in Gary, Indiana. Damarius Rashard Wren, Barrett’s 18 year old boyfriend has also been charged in the case. The motive, according to police, is that Deloney-Cain had ordered Barrett to have an abortion.
Both Barrett and Wren are being held without bond.

From CBS News:
According to the criminal complaint obtained by the station, Deloney-Cain was beaten and repeatedly stabbed in the fatal incident. Wren reportedly told police he committed the murder. The victim’s body was then wrapped in trash bags before being stuffed in the trunk.

Barrett had a “fragile” relationship with her mother, according to police. The Tribune reports Wren admitted to Gary police that he killed Deloney-Cain after an argument because she wanted her daughter to abort his baby, the probable cause affidavit states. The body sat in the trunk until officers discovered the car four days after the woman was supposed to have left on a flight. Barrett had been telling people her mother had flown to China, according to the affidavit.

The document also mentions that two other friends of the couple have been implicated in robbing Deloney-Cain and disposing of her body. Their identities have not been revealed at this time.


Wow! Check this video out. On it is a homeless man who sings for food, and HE CAN SING. Truthfully, he not only sings for food but for money as well. According to him, he made $204.00 in just twenty minutes… singing. Check him out. Would you pay to hear this man sing on the streets? I don’t see why not. It’s just entertainment.


I found this special of Preachers of LA Season 2 on line and of course I had to share it with you. This is a pretty explosive reunion special. I’m not going to go into particulars so you will watch for yourself. And of course I hope that this leads you to watch the entire season of Preachers of LA. Trust me, you’ll get ministered to. That’s why io like the show so much. Check it out.


Perhaps you’ve heard the gospel song “Holding On”. One of the lines in the song says “you dig one ditch, you better dig two”… That line really comes to play in the article below. A Florida man attempts to set a fire to a woman’s house but instead accidentally set himself on fire. Luckily (or unluckily) he survived.
Via My News 13 reports:
News 13 spoke with the woman the arsonist was talking to as he was dousing the complex with gasoline. Kathy Bailey’s charred front door is being replaced after it was set on fire Saturday morning at the Spanish Villa apartment complex in South Daytona. But she and her granddaughter are lucky to be alive after police say Arthur Avery did not find who he was looking for, a man by the name of Ted; a man Bailey says she’s never heard of, which was a response Avery did not like. “And he just started splashing the gasoline on it. And I said my granddaughter’s in there. And he said you better get her. So I ran in and my other girlfriend who came in from out of town said there’s a child in there. He said I don’t give a damn,” said Bailey. A grandmother’s instinct kicked in and she ran inside for her granddaughter. “Grabbed her and went out the back door. Did you get any gasoline on you? Yeah, I did, I was just praying he didn’t light that fire before I could get out of there,” added Kathy Bailey. The fire burned two front doors, and a mattress, before working its way up higher. Residents in this apartment complex tell me the flames came all the way to the second floor. One homeowner even saw those flames through the peep hole right here on the second floor. “It looked like hell just exploded,” said resident Lonna Sampson. Lonna Sampson is thankful South Daytona firefighters arrived so quickly to put the fire out because her son had no way out the back door of the second story apartment. “Someone could have burned us all, all of us to death,” added Sampson. Avery himself is being treated for burns. Witnesses told police then when Avery knelt down to light the fire, he caught fire himself. Police say Avery rolled on the ground, an act which may have put that fire out, but led to his arrest because he dropped a set of keys and his wallet. Detectives say Avery was driven by friends to a hospital in St, John’s county but was transferred to Shand’s hospital where he is being treated for his burns. Meanwhile, Bailey is glad Avery was arrested, but too nervous to return to her apartment. “I was Petrified. [Probably] the worst thing could ever happen to me cause I’m afraid of fire,” said Bailey.


I just saw this trailer for the controversial “Preachers of LA” Season 2 and it looks like it’s going to be good. This is one show that I truly enjoy. A lot of people place preachers high on a pedestal when obviously they should not be placed there. Nobody on this planet should.
According to King James Bible:
“And Jesus said unto him, Why callest thou me good? there is none good but one, that is, God.”

That’s what Jesus said!!! Let’s stop putting people in places where they absolutely have no business. Don’t look to the man. Look to GOD!!!… and enjoy the ride of your life!


I found this article on eurweb.com and I thought it was so silly and childish. In the article Charles Barkley talks about how his friendship with Tiger Woods is over. Barkley indicates that he has not talked to Woods in at least a couple of years and has no idea what is going on. Wait, what??? Barkley sounds like a little high school girl who is talking about an ex-boyfriend. Real friends sometimes go through things and need their own space. Does that mean that they are no longer friends? No. Additionally, was the friendship conceived because someone wanted to be close with the #1 golfer in the world? And… what male “friend” gets in the media and talks about “we’re no longer friends”? Tiger has his career on his mind and apparently has no time for this “high school girl”.

*Charles Barkley’s friendship with Tiger Woods is over.

When asked if he’s still friends with Woods, the basketball icon, who was co-hosting with Mike Missanelli on 97.5 The Fanatic in Philly on Friday, told the caller that despite what used to be a fairly close relationship, he and Woods are no longer friends

“We’re not friends anymore,” Barkley answered.

As for when the friendship ended, that’s up for speculation. According to larrybrownsports.com, Barkley and Woods may have called it quits on their friendship in 2009, around the time of Wood’s infamous sex scandal. In 2011, Barkley admitted to Mike Lupica that he hadn’t spoken with Woods in two years.

“You think you’re friends with a guy. You talk to him once a week for 15 years. You’re like, this dude is my friend, we do things, we have fun together,” Barkley said at the time. “I haven’t talked to him in two years and I’m wondering what the hell is going on.”

During that same interview, Barkley dismissed talk of him and Michael Jordan corrupting Woods while stating they had no idea the golf pro was cheating on his wife

During Friday’s radio show, Barkley offered a look inside Woods’ personality after Missanelli admitted his dislike of Woods. In Missanelli eyes, the golfer removes himself from society.

“Well I think that when you’re as great as he has been, and this probably is a negative at some point, like he was so consumed with being the greatest golfer ever, he wasn’t a very sociable guy,” Barkley explained. “Even when he was a friend of mine, he wasn’t a very sociable guy. He just had a one-track mind. He just wanted to break Jack Nicklaus’ record.”

From there, Barkley offered his opinion on some things Woods needs to consider.

“Golf is just a game. Your life don’t suck. … But I think when you put yourself in that situation where your whole life revolves around how you’re doing on a golf course, you’re gonna develop a negative attitude to a certain degree, instead of saying, ‘I’ve actually got it pretty good,’” Barkley stated. “It’s like people who say I never won a championship. I understand that. I accept that. But it ain’t like I’m sitting around saying, ‘Oh my God, my life sucks. This is so miserable.”

Read more at http://www.eurweb.com/2014/07/charles-barkley-says-friendship-with-tiger-woods-is-over/#M7qVuPgXEh4RelQX.99


Someone asked me the following question the other day and I just wonder how many of you will respond:
Is it possible to love someone unconditionally? Wikipedia describes unconditional love this way: “Unconditional love is known as affection without any limitations. It can be also love without conditions. This term is sometimes associated with other terms such as true altruism, complete love, or “mother’s/father’s love.” Each area of expertise has a certain way of describing unconditional love, but most will agree that it is that type of love which has no bounds and is unchanging.”

I have my views on this interesting topic and I’ll get back later with you on what I think. Share your thoughts and we’ll talk soon.


You must check out the story below. Are you sure that we are in 2014? Basically what happens here is that a white business owner in Chicago sees an older black woman smoking near his business and he got upset. The two began to argue. Yes, he got upset enough to say to her “Rosa Parks, move,” and he spit in her face. I forgot to mention, the black lady happens to be… a judge. Read the rest of the story below. “Rosa Parks”, this is more money for your retirement. You no longer have to sit on the bus.

By Steve Schmadeke

Tribune reporter

7:46 a.m. CDT, July 16, 2014

A North Side business owner slapped a 79-year-old Cook County judge in the face, spit on her and called her “Rosa Parks” after becoming angry that she was smoking near him outside the Daley Center, authorities said.

Monday’s attack outside the courthouse came as a shock to friends of Judge Arnette Hubbard, a silver-haired African-American jurist who was the first female president of the National Bar Association and Cook County Bar Association, both black lawyers’ groups.

“She’s an icon in our community,” said Delores Robinson, past president of the Cook County Bar Association, who noted that Hubbard, a former commissioner on the Cook County Board of Elections, had been an international election observer in Haiti and South Africa and had long been a voice on civil rights and women’s issues.

Cook County prosecutors said Tuesday that Hubbard was outside the Daley Center smoking a cigarette when she walked past David C. Nicosia, 55, who became angry that she was smoking near him.

The two argued and Nicosia, who is white, stepped near her face and said, “Rosa Parks, move,” and spit in her face, prosecutors said. As he walked away, the Law Division judge followed him and called out for assistance.

Nicosia then turned and allegedly slapped the judge on the left side of her face with an open hand, prosecutors said. He was then arrested by sheriff’s deputies and charged with four counts of aggravated battery and a hate crime.

Judge James Brown ordered him held on $90,000 bail Tuesday.

Chief Judge Timothy Evans, whose offices are also in the Daley Center, declined to comment. A representative said judicial rules of conduct barred Evans from speaking about a pending criminal case.

Born in Arkansas, Hubbard graduated from Southern Illinois University and John Marshall Law School and began her legal career in 1969 working on civil rights cases, according to online biographies. As part of the city’s African-American power structure, she spent several terms on the city’s election board as well as the cable commission.

Hubbard was appointed to the bench in 1997, re-elected to a six-year term the following year and retained since in two more elections, most recently in 2010.

Nicosia, who state records show is president of an IT consulting business, has no prior Cook County convictions. His attorney did not return a message seeking comment.

Friends of Hubbard were left shaking their heads Tuesday.

“People of good common sense and decency, people of good hearts should be outraged by this,” Robinson said. “Not just because of who she is but that this happened to anybody.”

“I’m still in shock,” said longtime friend Geraldine Simmons, 75, also a past president of the Cook County Bar Association, who questioned whether deputies acted quickly enough.