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In September of this year, an incident of racial hatred took place at the United States Air Force Academy. At least five students found notes on their dormitory door with the words “go home [N-word].” Subsequently, Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria, USAF Academy superintendent, gave a withering speech to all cadets during which he said that racism…

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Rolling out chats with Daddy Fred’s BBQ Catering owner Fred D. Draper about growing up in the South, life in the military and running his business. How did a Southern gentleman from Huntsville, Alabama, end up in Phoenix, Arizona? Phoenix was one of the best places I have ever been stationed at while serving in the…

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November 11 marks Veterans Day where we pay homage to those brave citizens who have served in our U.S. Armed Forces – Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard. While we consider all members of military our heroes, we are taking this opportunity to recognize celebrities who once served our country in some…

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Joining the military is both a service to your nation as well as yourself. Signing up after college is great job opportunity. If the military is the path you choose, you will already be in better standing because you have a degree. After enlisting with a bachelors degree you will then go through a rigorous…

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When it comes to black soldiers and blacks in the military, Dr. Martin Luther King may have said it best, “We all have a responsibility to the country we call home.” In a time when politicians  are referred to as “politricksters’ and most of the country is suspicious  of government, Memorial Day allows Americans an…

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A strange thing occurred shortly before Terrence Howard’s big breakthrough in Hollywood. While taking steps to become one of Tinseltown’s leading men, following the success of Crash, Hustle & Flow and Iron Man, Howard’s rise to superstardom was derailed. A rift between Howard and Marvel led to him being replaced in Iron Man 2, which negatively impacted…

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