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  • Trump
    10 reasons African-Americans “love” Donald Trump
    A satirical and humorous look at the man, old school conservatives dub, the most out-spoken candidate to run for president in 2016.10. Great Articulation. During his press conferences, I've never heard Trump utter anything of a "moronic...
  • Pentagon Mustard gas used on minorities
    Pentagon: Mustard gas used on blacks, minorities, and matched to 'normal' whites
    In a trove of declassified documents, the Pentagon has revealed details over mustard gas experiments, tested on thousands of Americans during World War II.Despite the fact that the Department of Veterans Affairs promised to locate and make...
  • Screening of "Tested" in NYC with film director Curtis Chin
    "Tested" documentary proving a hot topic
    What I really enjoyed in the screening on September 16th 2014 was the chance to view in person in New York City the topic over its entrance exams known as the SHSAT (specialized high school admissions test) followed with a lively discussion held...
  • Charles Barkley
    What's wrong with Charles Blow's proposal for 'desegregating' jobs in science?
    New York Times columnistCharles Blow's latest oeuvrebegins with a confession: "Let me say up front: I’m not a science guy." Duly noted,though that hardly makes him an exception among liberals who seem to subscribe to the belief...
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    Dr. Garth Graham fights to bring quality healthcare to underserved communities
    It's no secret: the American healthcare system is undoubtedly lacking in some areas. Every day, all across the country, various circumstances prevent Americans from receiving the medical care they need. Some are the working poor, others have...
  • Barbara Comstock
    More diversified, yet far from representative Congress
    Peter Sullivan at The Hill describes that the new Congress is more diverse than before. What does that mean? It simply means that there is greater variety among the members that is interpreted from applying labels that identify our differences....
  • Suicide prevention, risks and protective factors are something teens need to hear about.
    Suicide: Teen answers may vary
    According to the World Health Organization (WHO) 800,000 people die because of suicide. That's one death every 40 seconds. If their statistics are correct, then we have a lot of work to do.Case in point: When recently talking to a small group...
  • Eric Holder
    Election law 'reform' is reverse racism, critics charge
    More than two-thirds of the Republican co-sponsors of a controversial voter bill have gone silent.They have good reason to lay low, says one election-law attorney.U.S. Rep. James Sensenbrenner, R-Wis., author of theVoting Rights Amendment Act of...
  • Hayek's Road to Serfdom
    Sorry Prof. Black, Hayek's police state is really here
    In an awkwardly embarrassing video, at least to libertarians, one Professor Bill Black expounds on Fredrick Hayek's explanation in The Road to Serfdom of why the worst people always prevail in a democracy and therefore eventually leads to...
  • Teen gangs
    Delinquent teens more likely to meet violent deaths as adults
    Delinquent youth are at a significantly higher risk for violent death as adults, according to a study published in the June 16 online journal Pediatrics. The Northwestern University study reports that most of the deaths involved firearms and women...
  • Ryan addressed the "tailspin of culture"
    Paul Ryan: "There's a real culture problem here."
    A simple remark about poverty has created quite a hornet's nest of trouble amongst liberals for Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wisc. He certainly had no idea that his short remark would be taken out of context and used by liberals to infer an insult to...
  • Remembering St. Drexel
    Remembering St. Drexel
    Chicago Catholics, are you familiar with St. Katharine Drexel? If not, now is a good time to learn about her, because her Feast Day is this week (namely, March 3rd) She is a fairly new saint. She was canonized by Pope John Paul II on October 1,...
  • President Barack Obama speaks with Summer Bronson and Catherine Rousculp, New Mexico first Lego League 2013 Champions, in the State Dining Room of the White House during the White House Science Fair April 22, 2013, in Washington. \
    Minority-serving institution faculty mentoring pays new study shows
    The first peer-matched study of the effect of mentoring for minority-serving institution faculty shows substantial improvement after one year in terms of the number of federal grants obtained, the increase in professional activities and...
  • Young Republicans
    Must Republicans turn gay and change color to win elections?
    There was an article posted yesterday by CNN reporting about Young Republicans (YR) meeting in Mobile, Alabama to address the need to attract minorities, women and urbanites. It is an interesting location to address this problem because it is...
  • New UCLA partnership will provide free dental care to needy Angelenos
    New UCLA partnership will provide free dental care to needy Angelenos
    Many Angelenos have dental problems but do not have the financial resources to seek treatment. To address this problem, UCLA School of Dentistry announced on July 25 that it had partnered with Wilshire State Bank to reshape patient care and...
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