This week was interesting.
I came into it ready to make changes.
And it caught up to me, real fast. By Wednesday afternoon, I locked myself in the office and allowed the tears to fall. 464 more words
On August 5, the greatest track & field athletes assembled in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for the beginning of the 2016 Olympic Games. And while all eyes were on Usain Bolt in his quest to become the first man to ever win gold in the 100m and 200m races in three consecutive Olympics, I saw four other stories that caught my attention. 1,130 more words
(NaturalNews) The misery continues for Venezuelans, as they suffer tremendously under the Bolivarian variation of socialism that was imposed on the country by Hugo Chavez. Rather than admit the failure of this system, which has brought the oil-rich nation to the brink of collapse, Chavez’s successor, Nicolas Maduro, is instead launching a war on what he claims is “anxiety.” 323 more words
Although most features of precolonial politics form important aspects of modern governance, the inability to harmonize or properly integrate the traditional values with the colonial–inspired postcolonial politics remains the crux of Africa’s political instability. 117 more words