residing in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Loren Adams was born in Oklahoma, grew up
primarily in California, and lived in twelve states in every region of the U.S.
He attended Central Bible College,
Springfield, Missouri; Southeastern University, Lakeland, Florida; and
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas. Adams earned a B.A. in
Secondary Education with English and History minors at Southeastern.
In 1988 he wrote and published REFLECTIONS OF GENERATIONS, a history of American families, and in 1990 REMINISCING WITH GRANDDAD. Adams was editor of the union paper RAZORBACK SCHEME for 3 years, local union president (APWU) for 13 years, and Arkansas APWU Vice-President 5 years – a position he now holds. He works for the U.S. Postal Service and supports its continuance as a common, integral communications and delivery function for the nation.
In 2002 Adams formed the progressive political group AmeriVoice which continues. Loren writes for union publications nationally as well as for The Political Junkie (TPJMagazine) twice monthly.
Adams’ background is foundation to topics including politics, religion, labor and history.
By Loren Adams - 12.23.12
The Obama administration is now setting its sights on coming to an agreement (ANY agreement) to forestall the so-called “fiscal cliff.” The White House is sending out signals its “willingness” to appease Republicans by whittling away at Medicare. Obama’s people would allow raising the eligibility age to 67, saving the government nothing but costing seniors billions (if not many lives as a consequence).
By Loren Adams on 12.09.12
December 21, 2012 – A day that will supposedly live in infamy. The Mayan Calendar was correct, at least seers claim, in foretelling other world-shattering events over hundreds of years, including the arrival of white men (Cortez’s army) on the Mayan peninsula (Yucatan) in 1519. But the big enchilada is just twelve days away – when the earth..
By Loren Adams - 11.04.12
It’s basic human nature to accept what one wills while rejecting what doesn’t fit the entrenched mindset – despite glaring discrepancies. Maturity goes beyond imbedded premises in search of truth. Overcoming base nature shows personal and collective growth. There would be no technological breakthroughs if left to closed-minded traditionalists. There would be no Christopher Columbus...