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Land of the Free and the Home of the Blind

When historians look back at the United States of America several centuries from now they will be amazed at how intractable and inscrutable the issue of race was in this country. 561 more words

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A 21ST CENTURY VOYAGE THROUGH UCHE SECONDUS’ ACCEPTANCE SPEECH - By Pius Adesanmi

The time it took the new National Chairman of the PDP to labour through this funny Nigerian protocol part of his speech and “recognise the presence” of these mediocre and non-excellent Excellencies at the convention, America had moved closer to sending a manned mission to Mars; Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and all the other oil economies in the region had moved closer to their dream of moving to a post-oil economy in the 2030s through innovation, human capital development and a greater control of the global knowledge economy; Germany had made improvements to the autobahn and road technology; China, Japan, India, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore had conquered new territories in science and technology; and the President of Ghana had told Emmanuel Macron of France how he intends to proceed henceforth on the path of dignity for his people.

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POTUS: Rutherford Hayes -- "Dark Horse" President

“It is the desire of the good people of the whole country that sectionalism as a factor in our politics should disappear.”

-Rutherford B. Hayes, Fourth State of the Union Address, December 6, 1880

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