GQ Citizen of the year – What has Colin Kaepernick actually accomplished?

Washington Post: Quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who began the movement of NFL players protesting during the national anthem last season and remains unemployed after parting ways with the 49ers in March, appears on the December cover of GQ as the magazine’s “Citizen of the Year.” Warriors star Kevin Durant, late-night host Stephen Colbert and actress Gal […]
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When Men were Men

As reported by the Daily Wire, Men Take Classes To ‘Unlearn’ Toxic Masculinity Feminists are rooting out what they have deemed “toxic masculinity,” not by giving men a positive model of masculine virtue (chivalrous knights, dedicated husbands), but by neutering them until no masculinity exists in them at all. The latest weapon in this war on […]
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Why I will not be voting for Bill De Blasio

The election for Mayor of New York City is being held today. Bill de Blasio is running for a second term and facing off against his Republican challenger, Nicole Malliotakis, and Independent candidate, Bo Dietl.  The below are the reasons I do not support De Blasio’s re-election for NYC mayor: He is corrupt NY Times He […]
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Investment Bank Brain Teaser Interview Questions

The following lists were provided by Sarah Butcher at efinancialcareers.com. Please check out her other articles for the ins and outs of working in the financial industry. Note that this is a UK site so any questions involving money and distance will be in pounds and meters/kilometers. JP Morgan Chase How many windows are in […]
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Kevin Spacey: I choose now to live as a gay man

Kevin Spacey is all over the news, and the accusations from his alleged victims range from pedophilia, to harassment, to rape. Daily Mail: ‘He is a pedophile’: Kevin Spacey, then 24, had sex with teen, 14, and later tried to rape him claims victim while EIGHT House of Cards workers say actor harassed or assaulted […]
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Malcom X Revisited

The below is an excerpt from a speech given by Malcom X on December 4th, 1963. I recently came across this video and thought it was important to share. One of Malcolm X’s strengths was that he questioned government agencies, politicians (both liberal and conservative), and the mainstream media and is a far cry from the […]
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JFK Files: Democrat Lyndon B. Johnson was a KKK member

As reported on the thegatewaypundit.com Trump’s release of the JFK assassination records on Thursday has already begun to uncover some interesting facts that were hidden from the public for a long time. One of the most surprising facts uncovered so far is that one of these documents shows that President Lyndon B. Johnson was a KKK member.     […]
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World Health Organization selects racist mass murderer as “goodwill ambassador”

From Fox News this week: The head of the World Health Organization revoked his appointment of Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe as a “goodwill ambassador” on Sunday after the choice drew widespread outrage and criticism. Zimbabwe’s government said it respected the turnabout and that the U.N. health agency “benefited tremendously” from the attention. WHO director-general Tedros […]
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Accuse the other side of that which you are guilty

The author of this quote is unknown although it is often attributed to Joseph Goebbels, Adolf Hitler’s Minister of Propaganda in Nazi, Germany. Since Donald Trump came into office, there have been non-stop accusations of collusion between his administration and the Russian Government.  After numerous investigations no solid proof was ever provided to support these allegations. Despite […]
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Top 20 Leadership Quotes to help you succeed and inspire others

Happy boss’s day. To celebrate I put together a list of some of my favorite quotes. Enjoy!   1. Being powerful is like being a lady. If you have to tell people you are, you aren’t. – Margaret Thatcher 2. Associate with men of good quality if you esteem your own reputation; for it is better […]
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