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Why Democracies Fail

Whether or not you have any belief in metaphysics, it seems the severe weather plaguing the country today serves as an interesting commentary on protests that spanned the nation and even the world this past weekend. 800 more words

Hauntingly Beautiful

This weekend was really productive! I did some major adulting and scheduled a bunch of blogs to come out this week! I’m trying to plan ahead since I’m about to get a bit more busy both at work and with studying for the ARE. 195 more words


​Before the Power Sector Collapses…

​Before the Power Sector Collapses…

By Simon Kolawole

There is a prank I usually play on my security guy. Anytime I am out of town, I call him regularly to ask about the power situation. 1,939 more words


Mixed Metaphors: The Colour of Yemi Osinbajo’s Hands

Mixed Metaphors: The Colour of Yemi Osinbajo’s Hands
By Sonala Olumhense

​According to federal Nigeria propaganda, last Tuesday’s bombing by a Nigeria Air Force jet of an Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp in Rann, Borno State, was an “accident”. 1,138 more words

The Great Ice Storm of 2017 

It’s not always easy being the fluff.

When people tune in to the local news they want to know about what is happening close to home. 1,167 more words


NATIONAL: Large Employer Health Plans Could Also See Some Impacts From Obamacare Overhaul

By Michelle Andrews January 18, 2017

If you think that because you get health insurance through your job at a big company, you won’t be affected if Republicans overhaul… 1,267 more words


If a Tree Falls

The Pioneer Cabin Tree has fallen.

January is depressing enough. My big pants are tight because of holiday over indulgence. Our bank account is weakened by the blitz of last minute gift purchases. 752 more words