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Wendy's "Baconator" and The Law of Unintended Consequences

I take a trip to Honduras at least once every year, usually around Christmas time. It is only around 1,000 miles as the crow flies. But as Delta flies, it’s around 300 miles to Atlanta, a few hours in the airport, and about 1,200 miles to San Pedro Sula, my Honduran airport of affordability (not choice). 1,262 more words

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The Sachs-Easterly Debate

The Sachs-Easterly Debate

An oldie, but a goodie. (In honor of Easterly’s new book release, The Tyranny of Experts.)


Why Generation After Generation of Caucasians Pay For the Bigotry of Their Forefathers

Question: “My thought is why, and maybe you can answer this, does generation after generation have to pay for the sins of our forefathers?”

Answer: “Because we are all interconnected, and just as our genes are past from one generation to the next, so are the wrongs, because we define ourselves by our scars. 203 more words


As the end of February draws near I would like to address briefly the relevance of Black History.  Black History originated with the beginning of human history but for centuries the ruling classes have distorted this reality with disinformation, propaganda, half-truths and whole lies in order to exploit Black people.  1,266 more words