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Why should you care about the recent highly contested presidential election in Nigeria? Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa! Nigeria recently surpassed South Africa with the African continent’s largest economy! Nigeria is a major producer of oil and … Continue reading
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Today was a personal work day but I listened to American Radio Works’ King’s Last March today in the car on NPR. It was a great reminder of MLK’s radicalization during his last years, taking leftist stands on poverty and the Vietnam … Continue reading
What is Boko Haram?
Here is the news story you likely haven’t heard about in Nigeria [that’s in Africa].
Are Americans Comfortable with Political Dynasties?
I am inserting a timeline of the Brown shooting and events in Ferguson, Missouri. This unfortunate event is a topic rife for discussion in a government class but I hope we can be sensitive to the larger issues in play here. … Continue reading
Paul Burka’s blog post about the Confederate License Plate is spot on. I am trying not to put forth opinions here in these blog posts, which probably makes these posts less interesting, but my goal is mainly informational and not editorial. … Continue reading