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Four Steps Middle Class Educators Can Take to Enhance the Learning of Poor Youth

After years of working with young people, children and adults who were or continue to be raised poor there are four essential questions that have always kept me in good stead and prevented me from being perceived as or feeling like the world’s biggest a##^&$%. When creating something remarkable, it would be wise to keep… Read More »

The Myth of Independence

Beyonce sang about it. People love to talk about it when everything is going well. It’s a great topic when all is right in your world and you are not attempting to grow with your partner. This huge American obsession with independence is a hoax. There truly is no such thing. Nobody does anything by… Read More »

Osama gave me the best (almost) sex of my life

After ten years of grief and angst, the American public feels vindicated. The big bad, the evil one, the devil incarnate has been made to pay the price for fucking the world’s saviors, the country that rights the wrongs globally of evildoers. On the unassuming Sunday that this news was delivered while also interfering with… Read More »