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America's Super Gun Owners Are . . . What?

Lois Beckett covers guns in the United States for The Guardian, and recently cross-posted her work on The Trace, because some researchers at Harvard and Northeastern Universities gave these two gun-control-oriented news organizations early access to their findings from a study of gun ownership in the United States. 350 more words

Firearms

(Told You) Vin Scully Is Great

My emotions run deep today as the great broadcaster, Vin Scully, will work from Dodger Stadium, for the last time.

Ceremonies were held Friday night honoring Scully at Dodger Stadium. 333 more words

Museum of African-American History & Culture opens and two major donors were there: Oprah ($21m) & Robert Smith ($20m); we all know Oprah, meet Mr. Smith - Tola Adenle

With the opening to the public of the Museum of African-American History and Culture on Saturday, September 24,  behind the scenes work of over a hundred years of hard work raising awareness, raising funds, gathering materials and tons of other important necessities to making a modern museum for a History that dates to hundreds of years, have  finally really reached a glorious completion. 2,140 more words

USA

Getting in to College Is Just First Step for Many Latinos

As of late, Latinos don’t feel like they are accepted at the college or university that they are attending. That often leads students to drop out of school. 37 more words

Blogs

Immigrants' Complaints

I can’t watch or listen to the liberal media without hearing reports of immigrants complaining about how badly they are treated by the wider American society. 1,071 more words

Current Events

Update - September 5, 2016

I’ve been strongly encouraged by a number of folks to write and post blog entries on a regular basis.  That was suggested to me that I might even make some money off of writing the blog if I wrote my entries on some kind of regular basis.  360 more words