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Montel Williams a coward? Not likely

This past Wednesday Montel Williams was scheduled for an appearance on the Fox News Network’s, The O’Reilly Factor, but reportedly backed out when he learned that the topic of discussion was changed at the last minute. Williams stated that the […]

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Montel Williams a coward? Not likely

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This past Wednesday Montel Williams was scheduled for an appearance on the Fox News Network’s, The O’Reilly Factor, but reportedly backed out when he learned that the topic of discussion was changed at the last minute. Williams stated that the […]

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Again! Three more cops killed

It can’t be, am I hearing this right?   Followed by a series of expletives. That’s what I asked myself when I heard the news Sunday that more cops were killed

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The good, the bad and the ugly in America

President Obama was criticized for his remarks at the memorial service for the fallen Dallas police officers the other day. His critics say he had no right to mention

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Dallas Nightmare: America’s racist problem

Alton Sterling, Philandro Castile, Dallas Area Rapid Transit Police Officer, Brent Thompson, Dallas Police Officers, Patrick Zamarripa, Michael Krol, Lorne Ahrens and Michael Smith all had one thing in

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Clintons and Nero share similar stories

At first, the Roman Emperor Nero was very much like Bill Clinton: They were both mass entertainers: They both loved to perform in front of audiences. They were both charismatic

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Emperors in Rome and the US: Seemed like a good idea at first

Empire seemed like a good idea at first in Ancient Rome (also known as the United States): Julius Caesar (Abraham Lincoln) made the mistake of winning a Civil War,

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Is Hillary Clinton above the law?

Hillary Clinton was personally involved in mishandling documents and ordered others to block investigators who were working on the case. Her behavior fit into a pattern of concealment: she and

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Elie Wiesel remembered

I was fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to meet and briefly speak with Holocaust survivor and 1986 Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel in 2005 when he gave a

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Democratic Party politics: Nothing to avenge

The Wall Street Journal reports that Bernie Sanders is still torn over whether or not to call off his campaign, while the New York Times says he’s still firmly

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Depression is an illness that shouldn’t be trivialized

In December of 2014, I wrote an article for LAPX titled Out of the Fog in which I marked the first year of my being free from a lifetime

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