Monday, October 26, 2020
Home Paul Harvey Bad News in America

Bad News in America

Why is it that bad news captures our attention? Why is it that it sells more than good news? Paul Harvey attacks these questions and more in a video that invites you to look inward, to be better.

Previous articleHard Work
Next articleGood News > Bad News
Tony Lombardi
Besides his work here at Thumbs Up 247, Tony is the founder EutawStreetReport.com and RussellStreetReport.com. His work has been featured on various sports websites and he hosts The Russell Street Recap. Among his favorite things in life are his wife, kids, family, friends, The Beatles, Breaking Bad, Gladiator, The Godfather, Guinness, orange crushes, meatballs and Key West, not necessarily in that order. Follow Tony on Twitter @RSRLombardi. Drop him a note at TL@ThumbsUp247.com.

Most Popular

Southwest Airlines…LOL!

Chances are that if you live in the Baltimore metropolitan area, your go to airline (at least before the pandemic) is Southwest. They regularly...

Most People Are Good

I’m not one who usually listens to the radio. I enjoy creating my own playlists and listening to the songs that are my favorites, on...

An Incredible Display of Sportsmanship!

Two years ago, Brady Spirk was injured as a freshman in a car accident. The two teams came together and allowed him to score the...

The Silent Angel

The nurse who took this picture said this old patient was admitted to the hospital for 3 days and in these 3 days no...

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This