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I Pledge Not To Kneel In China
I Pledge Not To Kneel In China
The 2017 PAC-12 basketball game between UCLA and Georgia Tech in Shanghai, China, yielded a little more than points on the scoreboard. November 6 2017, Chinese authorities arrested three UCLA basketball players. Jalen Hill, LiAngelo Ball, and Cody Riley were detained and accused of shoplifting during some free time prior to the game...
Kicking The Tires
Kicking The Tires
It has been quite some time since a President of The United States was embroiled in a battle to preserve the prestige and dignity of the office which he holds. In recent history, those with a pure political view will cite George W. Bush as the villain, while others will charge the current resident, Barack H...
What’s In A Name
What’s In A Name
Labels, badges, titles and trade names are an integral part of our personal and professional lives. They allow us to identify, be identified and set us apart from the masses. In the case of an individual, the tag is assigned without any input from the owner...
Better Than Obamacare
Better Than Obamacare
During the entire debate as to the absolute necessity of America’s government to provide healthcare for all, the most oft repeated axiom used to justify the need was, “every other civilized and modern country on Earth has insurance for its citizens, therefore we must catch up to the rest of the world”, and “the need to cover the more than 30 million uninsured is so grave”...
Coffee, Tea or Banter
Coffee, Tea or Banter
All aboard, (if you are allowed to ride), please take your seat and have your tickets ready. The train is leaving the station. https://youtu.be/FXuYFxhSq-4, shows comments which are baseless, subjective, deceitful and without merit. The scheme politicians use to score political points have devolved into a status lower than what occurs on a playground populated with children...

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