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Mar 2018

CNN’s Carl Bernstein says that people close to President Trump are saying that he is determined to shut down Robert Mueller’s investigation. It takes a lot of guts to stand up for your principles. It takes a lot of guts to stand up for the truth and decency. It takes guts to stand up to a bully. Enough is enough! Too bad the rest of the Republican party cannot stand up for these ideals, with the exception of John McCain and Bob Corker....

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Mar 2018

Senator Jeff Flake remarks on Senate floor condemning President Trump’s attacks on the media. Senator Flake begins his remarks saying, “Near the beginning of the document that made us free, our Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson wrote “we hold these truths to be self-evident”. So, from the very beginning, our freedom has been predicated on the truth.” Also in his remarks, “We are told via twitter that today the president intends to announce his choice for the “most corrupt and dishonest” media awards. It beggars belief that an American president would engage......

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Mar 2018
5 Years after installing Solar Panels

Is Solar Worth It? 5 Years after installing Solar Panels, I Share what I learned on my Journey. My first piece of advice, is to buy less panels than you need, and slowly add to your system over time. These panels are getting more and more efficient, and cheaper by the year. I paid $10,000 for 5 235w panels for a total system of 1,175watts. But now, I could get 10 305 watt panels for a similar price.  So if you’re interested in solar, consider getting a small system now, and building......

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Feb 2018

Watching the news, it seems like ethnic divides are ever-deepening. But how can we solve these complicated problems when each side lives in fear of the other? The answer is simple, argues Syrian-American poet Amal Kassir – it starts with, “What’s your name?”  Amal, a young Muslim-American and native Coloradan, found a platform for her voice growing up working in her family’s restaurant. She has been writing poetry since she was a child and has performed in eight countries, sharing her verse everywhere from youth prisons to orphanages to refugee camps. This......

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Feb 2018

This mystical bond between a black mother and everyone else’s children she does not know. by. Joseph Solomon Last year, I posted a poem that was about mothers in GENERAL. This poem is not an attack or diss to mothers who aren’t black. My fondest memories are with black mothers, particularly my own, because …. well…. I’m black. Majority of my life, my Mother’s Days have been spent with black mothers and grandmothers. This “protectiveness” I felt from black mothers growing up I did not feel from white or Asian or Latino mothers. That’s......

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