It’s been often said the difference between racism in the North, versus the South, is one of subtlety. Nothing epitomizes this more than the continued presence of this Confederate monument on Martha’s Vineyard.
“Red herring is a kind of fallacy that is an irrelevant topic introduced in an argument to divert the attention of listeners or readers from the original issue. In literature, this fallacy is often used in detective or suspense novels to mislead readers or characters or to induce them to make false conclusions.” The notion […]
When police officers who have wrongly injured or killed someone are made to pay judgements against them out of their own pockets instead of the taxpayers who pay their salaries subsidizing their killing sprees, it would make them think twice before they pull out their guns.
The majority of the diaspora, living in the continental United States, cannot accurately trace their family lineages beyond 1619 – when the Dutch introduced the first captured Africans to America. Official records of these forced migrants weren’t documented in similar fashion as an “Ellis Island” tome, in an organized manner, which identified the region of […]
These young men are two of the finest teachers I have ever known. I could not love them more if I had given birth to them myself. But as our children do, they are growing up and away, but before they go, I need to tell them “thank you.” Thank you for letting me experience what the love from a sons very probably feels like. Thank you, nephews, for receiving me back into your lives without a second thought or a sideways glance…
Everybody who works together, regardless of whether they are representatives or bosses, blue or cubicle specialists, business visionaries or financial experts. That is the reason it ought to shock no one that the standards of business achievement can be meant your particular success–whatever your calling might be. Here are five elements for success that anyone […]
“…one cannot survive for very long in a place where the oxygen is compromised. Things begin to die little by little. First my toes and fingers start to tingle and now I can’t even feel them. My vision goes dim from time to time and there are things that I was supposed to see that I don’t now. My thoughts don’t come as quickly as they once did; I get confused easily….”