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It’s Never Been This Ugly: The End Of Common Decency In Political Discourse

I can’t tell you how disturbed I am by the utter disregard with and for civility, reasoning, leadership—and simple human decency—on ugly display in the current presidential campaign. One straw just broke the proverbial camel’s back for me and it happened in Biloxi, Mississippi Saturday night.
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The (Begrudging) Case For A Hillary Presidency

Out of probably the most bizarre field of presidential candidates ever—certainly in my lifetime—perhaps the best thing for our country would be to stick with the establishment status quo for now, i.e., Hillary Clinton.
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America’s Politics: Cognitive Dissonance Anyone?

The United States is a very confused political nation right now
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MLK Contra Cleaver: An Appreciation Of A Real American Hero

Martin Luther King, Jr. was a incredibly brave individual and a towering figure in the 20th Century at a time when his presence was most needed.
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Spoken Words Were Never Truer?

Here’s the thing:
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Good Ol’ Mississippi Stasis

Is Mississippi content with last place?
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“Bizativity”: Where The Entrepreneur Meets The Artist

For too long, as taught in the academe and accepted as gospel by the mainstream, business and art has been thought to be total and complete opposites and in conflict with each other: one concerned only with lowly profit the other with noble creation.
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To Dream The Impasseable Dream

I’ve heard tell that many years ago it was considered impolite to discuss politics or religion in mixed company.

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On Guns, Money And Teachers

GUNS AND MASS KILLINGS
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The Dangerous Delusion Of Optimism

Norman Vincent Peale made it a truism in the early 50’s when he published his destined-to-be-classic book “The Power Of Positive Thinking”: in essence, and in effect, keep away the negatives, focus on the good and all will be well.
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