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The Rot In Our Judiciary (1), By Dele Agekameh - Premium Times Opinion

The courts are replete with cases of bias and allegations of outright bribery and corruption against magistrates and judges.

Source: The Rot In Our Judiciary (1), By Dele Agekameh – Premium Times Opinion

News

My Two Cents Worth (August 23)

Bias Alert?

It seems that Fox News is running a “Bias Alert” special almost every other day.  While the Liberal slant in many of the mass media venues is well-documented and known, Fox News seems to love to forget that it is also part of the “mainstream media” and its own conservative slant is also well-documented and known.  151 more words

Trump

Classroom Resources: School Culture
Anti-Bias Domain: Justice
Grade Level: Grades 3 to 5 Grades 6 to 8 Grades 9 to 12
Subject: Reading and Language Arts Social Studies ELL / ESL… 58 more words

Teachers

The Talk About Racial Bias Companies Should Be Having

(Source: hbr.org)

On his deathbed, my father made a perplexing comment to me.

He was an 82-year old, African-American U.S. Air Force veteran, dying of emphysema and Alzheimer’s disease after too many years of smoking and work-related stress. 746 more words

Startups

Historical Perspectives

“Two decades later, another Republican demonstrated that he understood that television was more hospitable to lovers than fighters (Jamieson).” This quote in itself brings to light the reality of how our media is seen. 293 more words

Politics

Silence of the Sheeple – dismissing ‘9/11 truth’ like broken glass!

“When all is said and done, we won’t remember the words of our enemies but the silence of our so-called friends” – Martin Luther King… 1,568 more words

Music