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Too young too immature too selfish and too stupid

Let’s say that your four year old daughter found a loaded gun in a hotel room that you were staying in and accidently shot herself. Now for all intensive purposes, let’s just assume that you would do exactly what most people operating within the confines of good, moral, reasonable, and common sense would do, and that would be to seek medical attention for your child immediately. ...

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The business of politics

The modern political party system in the United States is dominated by the Democratic and Republican parties. It’s important that Black Americans recognize that neither of these parties have helped us to gain political equity. Supposedly the purpose of political parties is to bring people together who hold similar points of view about government. ...

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Mitt Romney reasoning for wanting to keep the same failed policies of the past

I will start with the bottom line and the reasoning of Mitt Romney’s policy decisions. The Senate Republican party refuses to agree to bi-partisanship with the House Democrats on President Obama white House Policies. It is no wonder it is said that the President has done nothing to change the old way of doing business in congress. ...

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Amos and Andy Advertising

Many reporters and columnists have mixed feelings about the advertisement. Some say the ad was “dumbed down” compared to other political ads that attempt to address or explain political issues. Others say it is somewhat corny. ...

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The believer responsibility

This present time we live in is without doubt a time of great turmoil and confusion in the Houses of God that profess following the teachings of Jesus Christ. It is a time in which Pastors who appear to have a great anointing and are highly gifted are preaching the opposite of what the Word of God reads. ...

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Tolerance of poverty

The latest edition of UNICEF’s report on child poverty showed the United States ranks second out of 35 developed countries on the scale of what economists call “relative child poverty” with 23.1 percent of its children living in poverty. Only Romania ranked higher. ...

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