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Category Archives: Special Interest Groups
Extemporaneous events in life are those impromptu, improvised, done, performed events that we let go, albeit, without preparation. Seeing how the usage came into being from Latin — ex tempore (out of time) joined the English language sometime during the … Continue reading
What is Representative-Democracy? Simply put, a representative democracy is a system of government in which all eligible citizens vote on representatives to pass laws for them. A perfect example is the U.S., where we elect a president and members of the Congress. … Continue reading
Where in the United States Founding Documents does it say; moreover, that we are imperiled to assist every nation, habit, waterway, or group of any given people with monetary aid every time something happens in their countries? I have made … Continue reading
HUMAN INTEREST In Dr. Charles W. Mills insights and clearly substantial text that appears in his wonderful book The Radical Contract, he makes no attempt to clarify that any sort of “social contract” exists between races. Dr. Mills gives meaning … Continue reading
It’s time we stop, hey look around — everybody LOOK what’s going round. Seriously I feel as though compassion is sweating off of me like an NBA player in the fourth quarter. Anytime that any organization runs around screaming “Black … Continue reading
More Democrat Desperate Measures… Hillary Clinton says a tie vote by the Supreme Court blocking President Barack Obama’s immigration plan is “unacceptable.” Thursday’s ruling effectively kills Obama’s plan to shield millions living in the U.S. illegally from deportation — a … Continue reading
Immigration officials arrested undocumented migrants Immigration officials arrested 331 undocumented migrants in a month-long sweep that ensnared people who had ignored deportation orders, who had criminal convictions and who had re-entered the country after being expelled, among others. The operation, … Continue reading