March 25, 2019

William Singer is going to jail. He's the man who masterminded the college cheating scandal, collecting more than $25 million in bribes between 2011 and 2018 for helping the children of millionaires get into college through what he called "the side door." More than 50 people got caught up in his scam, including a couple of well-known actresses, and some not so well known corporate CEOs who were willing to pay big money to get their unqualified children into elite colleges like Yale, Georgetown, and Stanford. Singer's unsavory antics were outrageous – hiring people to take ACT and SAT scores fo...

March 18, 2019

            An Australian white nationalist man who says he hates immigrants acted out his hate by murdering at least 49 people and seriously injuring dozens more.  He directed his ire at two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch, after posting a hate-filled manifesto that was replete with anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim ranting.  It is important to know that it was a WHITE man, not a person of color, who perpetrated the most deadly mass shooting in New Zealand.  It is essential to call out the WHITE terrorists that too many are too timid to call out by name.  They are called national...

March 11, 2019

            Nearly half a million people die every year from complications from smoking.  About a tenth of them never put a cigarette to their lips – they die from exposure to second-hand smoke.  Death from tobacco is, according to the Centers for Disease Control, the leading cause of preventable death.  But too many people, enticed by advertising, think that smoking is so "cool" that they embrace it.  And the tobacco industry spent more than $9 billion on smoking advertising, or about a million dollars an hour.

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March 4, 2019

            What does the Congressional Black Caucus do?  It takes Majority Whip James Clyburn to make it understandable.  "It's not only what we make happen, but what we stop from happening," Clyburn told a standing room only crowd at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Black History Month Celebration on February 26.  His words are instructive for folks who get their news from sound bites and tweets.  The legislative process is rarely fully televised, and those who put brakes on nonsense proposals never make the headlines.  The February 26 event made it clear, in celebration, that the...

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