Life

Representation without taxation

What if I told you there was a magical island paradise free from income and sales tax?

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BlacknessLife

What Indian Americans can teach African Americans

Could you go from being a “corporate person” to the assistant manager at a grocery store, if it meant that your knowledge would springboard your loved ones’ success?

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Current EventsNews

You are what you watch

Ok so I was flipping through the channels and caught the fox news channel. Glenn Beck was going on and on about how Obama has created a new form of fascism, “Progressive Fascism.” He then compares him to Mussolini, Hitler, and Stalin.

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religion

Life

[New to You] The 48 Laws of Power (2000)

Do you ever feel like a pawn in someone else’s chess game? Create your own power with this book.

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relationships

Is Monogamy just another form of selfishness?

As I was talking to my friend, I came to the conclusion that maybe the need to be monogamous stems from the need to have some one all to ourselves. In most situations a friendly relationship turns ugly when the two decide to be monogamous. Women often say men have a problem with commitment, but […]

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relationships

Are the genders really equal?

The question came to me when I was the only guy in a local natural hair salon. One of the ladies was complaining that her husband wants her to stay at home and have babies. I stated that I wouldn’t mine staying home with the kids and watching TV or playing Playstation all day. I […]

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Blackness

[New to You] The Spook that Sat by the Door (1973)

A movie that you should have seen but probably haven’t.

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HealthLife

Food, Fitness and Well Being

On the East Coast, being fit is becoming the latest trend. (Thanks to the uncanny power of the internet) The average consumer is now more aware of the effects fast careless living. Well… day 1 on the West Coast has taught me that they (L.A. in particular) are way ahead of us. There is a […]

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Blackness

Mordern Day Slavery

Angola is Louisiana’s state penitentiary and is estimated to be one of the oldest and largest prisons in the United States with 5,000 inmates and 1,800 staff members. Of the 5,000 inmates, nearly 4,000 are African American. It is located on an 18,000 acre plantation, named after the area in Africa where the former slaves […]

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