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What Do You Think Is The Reason That America Is Such A Free Country? 

The late Antonin Gregory Scalia, American jurist who served as an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1986 until his death in 2016, was described as the intellectual anchor for the originalist and textualist position in the U.S. Supreme Court’s conservative wing. In one of his appearances before the committee on the judiciary of the […]

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The New Year

Albert Einstein once said, “Life is like riding a bicycle, to keep your balance you must keep moving.” The New Year is said to mark a new beginning. Some people will be thankful that the old year is all over and have already made resolutions for bigger and better things for the New Year. On the other hand, many people […]

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Why President Putin Is Winning

President Putin seems to be having the last laugh as the war between Ukraine and Russia continues unabated. The fact is the U.S. and its allies are already showing weakness in support for Ukraine and, after two years, are suffering from war fatigue. Political pundits have now argued that Putin’s patience has paid off, especially against the backdrop of U.S. […]

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Why Donald Trump Is Winning?

The Donald Trump MAGA camp is licking their chops as the general election draws nigh. The truth is the Trump campaign is not offering anything new and different to the masses in terms of socio-economic progress. However, Trump is projecting an image of strength that the Biden team is bereft of showing in the media space. The fact is only […]

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University President Trio Fail To Speak With Moral Clarity On Genocide

The question of whether students should be disciplined if they call for the genocide of Jews posed to the presidents of Harvard, M.I.T., and Penn Universities, and the lack of forthrightness in their answer has not only left stakeholders angered but has also baffled some members of the public. The presidents’ pretzel-like approach to answering the question was unbecoming of […]

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Where Is Manley’s ‘Rod Of Correction?’

Hit ’em with the rod of correction  Hit ’em with the rod of correction  Hit ’em with the rod of correction  Lot’s wife turn a pillar of salt – Clancy Eccles Symbols are said to be the basis of all human understanding and serve as vehicles of conception for all human knowledge. They facilitate understanding of the world in which […]

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Will Senator Tim Scott Get Woke?

Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) has sought to brush aside remarks made by former President Barack Obama about the Pollyanna view held by African American or other minority candidates within the Republican Party about America’s history, but should he? “There’s no higher compliment than being attacked by President Obama,” Scott said during an interview on “Fox News Sunday.” The former President […]

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Sudan Burns While African Leaders Seek To Resolve Russia-Ukraine Conflict

In The Tempest, Shakespeare wrote, “Misery acquaints a man with strange bedfellows.” However, that phrase has been reworded in recent years to “Politics makes strange bedfellows.” The literal meaning of the quote is that people with nothing in common may come together solely because of shared political interests. Today, we have seen more and more bedfellows crawling out from the […]

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Lisa Hanna Puts Fellow Politicians On The Stand

Lisa Hanna, in the second of her two-part series titled the “tale of two Jamaica’s,” published in the Jamaica Observer dated June 04, 2023, is insightful, informative, and forthright. Her critique of the ongoing saga regarding the recent increase in government salaries should serve as a call for all politicians to look within themselves and consider whether they have leveraged […]

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Is Turkish President Erdoğan’s Win At The Polls A Win For Russia?

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has retained his position as the President of Turkey in the country’s recent general election, thus giving him control of the reins of power for another five years. The 69-year-old leader is no neophyte; he served as Turkey’s prime minister from 2003 to 2014. He also served as mayor of Istanbul from 1994 to 1998 and has […]