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Tesla has unveiled a prototype of its new ventilators. Elon Musk’s firm has used parts from its Model 3 motors on the breathing equipment to help with the shortage during the global health crisis. On Sunday, April 5, 2020, Tesla gave an update on their ventilators, which are “heavily based on Tesla car parts,” according…

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For the past 20 years, multiple Catholic priests have been exposed as child molesters that the Vatican and local archdioceses have protected. It has caused the reassignment or resignation of Cardinals, bishops and parish priests across the globe. The United States is no different when it comes to these pedophile priests that have silently plagued communities…

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The crisis amongst HBCU institutions is growing as Albany State University in Georgia has announced extreme measures for survival. University provost Abiodun Ojemakinde has announced an unprecedented deactivation program for degrees across the university. Ojemakinde took this measure in response to declining enrollment, budget deficits and low performance of the affected departments. The deactivation will affect…

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The humanitarian crisis in Europe has not caught the attention of many in America, but that may soon change. Tens of thousands of refugees fleeing war torn Syria have descended on Western Europe causing unheard of chaos as countries scramble to find a place for the tide of humanity. Germany has been the desired destination…

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Don’t say I didn’t’ warn you. Before last November’s gubernatorial election, I wrote a piece that questioned whether big business principles translated into effective governance for everyday people.  Judging from Bruce Rauner’s first budget proposal, the answer is a resounding no. Now, we clearly understand that Rauner fully expects to get pushback about the draconian…

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Is race a factor in treatment of black American Ebola victims.

The mainstream media is all over the transport of two Americans who contracted Ebola while working with victims of the disease in Africa. One of the Americans arrived for treatment at Atlanta’s Emory Hospital this past Saturday. The second American is expected to be transported to Atlanta also within the next few days. A special…

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Ebola

The current Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa is being called the worst in history as an estimated 700 people have died so far. The virus has spread to four African countries and now the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has issued a warning against travel to Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and now Nigeria. The…

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The city of Chicago has a lot of issues going on right now, from rampant violence to high unemployment. Now adding to this mixture is the recent discovery that the federal government shipped 429 unaccompanied minor refugee children to the Chicago area. The children are under the care of Heartland Alliance, through a grant from…

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black protestors sound off over illegal immigration

A heated conversation occurred on the Fourth of July in Murrieta, California, between black protesters of the United States’ current policy regarding the border crisis. The protesters raised serious issues regarding the Obama administration’s decision to request $3.7 billion for the immigrant children while inner city blacks are suffering. Warning video contains graphic language.

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The data available for new HIV infection among black women can be confusing. Depending on the sources used, a researcher will have wide swings in numbers. This is because HIV statistics are often lumped together under all blacks with HIV. But one thing is remaining constant: black women are at the greatest risk for contracting…

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Ukraine conflict reignites Soviet threat Although the Ukraine is far away from the United States it plays a pivotal role in today’s world politics. After the collapse of the Soviet empire in the 1990s, the Ukraine asserted its independence and became its own nation.  This was a blow to the former Soviet Union that needed…

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Kenneth Robinson could be the owner of a $300,000 home and he only paid $16 for the privilege. Robinson did months of research on a Texas law called “adverse possession.” The law states that the “title of a another’s real property can be acquired without compensation by holding the property in a manner that conflicts…

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