What’s sad about this is our new president is so vile, NFL champion, Jacoby Brissett felt compelled to explain his decision to visit the White House. There has to be better days ahead. (more…)
Hot topics in the news.
First daughter, Ivanka Trump has more than just a seat at the table now that word comes, she’s appointed a chief of staff ahead of the International Summit in Berlin.
Three words, where’s the tape? I’m going to leave this in the “allegedly” category though numerous outlets have reported on it. (more…)
German Chancellor Angela Merkel stepped in to help hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing war and chaos. Trump not only rejects the idea that the United States should act to prevent tragedies like Syria but also that it should help care for the millions of refugees fleeing the conflict. Trump and Merkel thus represent the two poles of the debate about refugees and responsibility in 2017.[RP True 45 IG] (more…)
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell has a message for the Republican Party: “We have to become more respectful of each other.” Speaking on the death of former first lady Nancy Reagan, Powell said he believed she would be “disturbed” by the way her husband’s legacy is invoked by some people today. (more…)
Powerful fools especially as President Obama became emotional today during his gun control speech. Like him, it’s difficult for me to ascertain the objection to making it more difficult for the criminally insane to obtain guns in America. (more…)
Lifetime where you at? This case is sure to come to a small screen near you as attorney Keila Ravelo and her husband’s alleged private affairs could unravel one of the biggest anti-trust settlements in history. (more…)
Former president Jimmy Carter announced Wednesday that he has cancer and will be undergoing treatment at Emory Healthcare in Atlanta. (more…)
President Obama said goodbye to more than two-dozen mentees who completed the White House Mentorship and Leadership Program. Obama seems eager to help those who first try to help themselves. This should be understandable given the fact that he himself came from meager beginnings and worked hard to overcome his circumstances. (more…)
Sara Harberson, a former Ivy League admissions dean says there is always a reason for rejection but highly qualified students, in particular Asian-Americans are at a distinct disadvantage because they don’t have a “tag” associated with their applications more often than not. What is a “tag” you ask? Harberson calls it “the proverbial golden ticket for a student applying to an elite institution.” (more…)