Saturday, April 4, 2020

5 Reasons Reading is Important to Life.

March 29, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Many of us have grew up hearing “Reading is Fundamental”, but that became a punchline. Too many of us read at articles, or don’t have time if it’s not about gossip. The pettier the issue the better chance someone will take the time to read. Too many if us we not taught reading isn’t something we do sometimes, we must... [Read more...]

Rapper Ice Cube, Who Benefited From School Choice, Denounces Donald Trump, Who Supports It.

March 27, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, Ent., Music, News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Rapper and actor O’Shea Jackson, commonly known as Ice Cube, supported President Donald Trump’s impeachment and removal from office. Cube recently said he “can’t wait to see” Trump in handcuffs. So, the black rapper, who became rich and famous by attacking the country’s “racist”... [Read more...]

Social Reengineering!!

March 26, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Social reengineering: the use of centralized planning in an attempt to manage social change and regulate the future development and behavior of a society.             The response to the COVID 19 pandemic is prompting the reengineering and restructuring of the world’s social system as governments grapple with ways... [Read more...]

5 Lessons About My Career I Learned From My Unsuccessful Friend.

March 25, 2020 by  
Filed under Education

Tweet ( It was a rainy Sunday afternoon. I was reading a book and got a message from my childhood friend. We were in the same school for 8 years but later he moved out of the city and coincidentally we met after many years. I was working for a company and he was trying to get his dream job in banking sector. During those days, all he... [Read more...]

9 Coding Games for Your Bright Child to Learn Programming.

March 25, 2020 by  
Filed under Education

Tweet ( You can never get it 100% right as a parent. However, you can do right by guaranteeing your children a bright future. Encouraging them to pursue their passion and interests is one way to help them be more successful in life. For this reason, you can encourage your kids to play coding games online to grow their programming skills. Despite... [Read more...]

How Analytics can Shape Everyday Life and Society in Surprising Ways.

Tweet ( What are analytics? The definition of the word is, “the systematic computational analysis of data or statistics” – put in layman’s terms, analytics is basically the study of trends, statistics and patterns to help you determine information. Look to analytics to determine if a business is growing steadily, for instance,... [Read more...]

Parents Feed Your Own Kids.

Tweet ( In the midst of the Coronavirus and school closings, we discover that over 20 million children count on public schools in America for free breakfast and/or lunch. Are you freakin kiddin me? Where are the parents? And if the parents make very little, whose fault is that? So for you sorry parents, our tax dollars have to feed your... [Read more...]

5 Creative Ways to Help Students Understand Math.

March 12, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, Opinion, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Math is an academic headache to a lot of students at different levels. Teachers and parents wish there was an easy way to learn the subject and complete assignments given. Professional assistants will make your math homework easy and fast to complete. The use of different teaching methods has helped teachers to produce excellent... [Read more...]

“Storefront Memories” the Legacy of Dr Rev Lloyd E Marcus.

Tweet ( Ironically, the principles, values and life experiences of my lifelong Democrat dad, the late Dr Rev. Lloyd E Marcus made me the black Christian conservative Republican activist I am today. I am thrilled and extremely grateful that my book honoring Dad’s legacy is finished. “Storefront Memories: Fond Memories of Growing... [Read more...]

How Can Sen. Bernie Sanders Happen in America.

February 28, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Pundits have recently argued that younger voters, especially those under 30, are less inclined to be bothered when they hear the word “socialism,” since they have no firsthand memory of the Cold War. To some extent, this must be true. Those who weren’t alive during socialism’s cruelest catastrophes —... [Read more...]

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