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Fear of a Rap Planet: "The Rap Attitude" 25 Years Later

I’ve always kept a close eye on the fear-mongering that surrounds artistry when it comes to the discussion (or often argument) pertaining to rap’s influence on culture vs. 839 more words

The Root Down

Harvard Neurosurgeon Confirms The Afterlife Exists | Spirit Science and Metaphysics

I do not need someone else to tell me the truth of God and heaven and souls, but it is nice to read…

Do we have a soul? 

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Update Bill O'Reilly Same Old Liar

I’m so happy to see that more and more journalists are coming forward to denounce Bill O’Reilly and unmask his lies.

The article I’m posting is from Newsweek and it was a doozy. 119 more words

Kids with guns in Syria

“That’s my boy,” read a sign held up by an Australian father in August, whose son stood next to him carrying the head of one of ISIS’ many victims. 258 more words

At least the condo is really nice.

As an anesthesiologist, and a recently retired one at that, I have looked upon the battle between the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) and internal medicine doctors about Maintenance of Certification (MOC) with a sort of interested detachment.  401 more words