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You Don’t Have to Break the Bank to Give Back

Harry L. Williams, the president and CEO of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, says that anyone believing in the power of education to transform lives should invest in HBCUs. 736 more words

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Speaking of demands…

The headlines shout that “Congress” (read that as Trump resisters) DEMANDS that the Trump translator tell all to Congress about what was said in the private meeting. 363 more words

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On The Road With The Nomad Armory

By Anthony “LibrariaNPC” DeMinico, 18 July 2018

It’s no small secret that I’ve been trying to streamline my RPG kit over the years. From buying… 3,039 more words

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Representation Matters: Why Politics Is Always a Matter of Life or Death

by Joe Nguyen and Rosa Mai

When I started campaigning on the idea that representation matters, I received pushback from people who felt that I was playing into identity politics. 1,173 more words

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On Revisiting the Invisible Hand Theorem

By Sreejith Sasidharan Nair

ABSTRACT

This paper analyses the invisible hand theorem and the possibility of dual interpretations arising out it, both of which have different implications for individual freedom and available choices in a market. 2,577 more words

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Helsinki – your take.

We know what all the President’s enemies and naysayers think about the Putin “summit”, but what about his supporters?

“Jim” says that the most damaging moment was when the President asked why would Russia meddle in the election. 325 more words

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Examining the Orioles 2018 Season to Date: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

The Baltimore Orioles came into the season with expectations to challenge for at minimum the second Wildcard spot in the American League.  The team had brought back most of its notable offensive firepower from last season and had bolstered their rotation through the free agent signings of… 973 more words

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