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When Hormones and Jang Companies Collide

I’ve always been the fly-by-the-Seat-of-the-pants-type of person, which I now realise has its flaws because with my imagination, I’m now imagining flying by the seat of my pants, and it’s an interesting cartoony hedge backwards sort of thing. 1,273 more words

The Iran Deal According to Obama

Tuesday afternoon former President Obama took to Facebook to issue a statement to current President Trump. In a lengthy explanation Obama outlines why he believes not only is this a terrible idea, it’s a disastrous one that could lead to war. 81 more words

Government

A round-up of the week's news

Catch up with the stories making the headlines this week.

Ciara Cohen-Ennis

POCKETBOOK: Week ending April 14, 2018

  • •Stocks and Bonds

If I remember correctly, near the end of last year many many many talking heads were telling everyone that the best performing stocks in 2018 were going to be those of companies located outside of the U.S. 773 more words

"The Decline of the American Empire"

By Ray Sawhill

People may compare “The Decline of the American Empire” to “The Big Chill” and “Hannah and her Sisters”; like them, it’s a comic talkfest that takes place in an atmosphere of hypocrisy and comfort. 291 more words

Movies

What About This Time?

Note: This article refers to the 2017 missile strike against Syria — TBPR Editor

NOW MATTIS ADMITS THERE WAS NO EVIDENCE ASSAD USED POISON GAS ON HIS PEOPLE… 800 more words

Politics

The Resegregation of Charlotte's Public Schools

In the late-20th century, Charlotte, North Carolina’s public schools became a shining example of successful racial integration. Many affluent white residents even embraced the efforts by sending their white children to predominantly black schools like West Charlotte High, showing their commitment to making integration work and distinguishing themselves from violently resistant cities like Memphis and Birmingham. 397 more words

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