Saturday, June 19, 2021

Arthur Lewin; The Republicans Have a Point…

July 27, 2011 by  
Filed under News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( We simply cannot keep on borrowing and spending at the rate we are going. We must cutback. We are told that if the debt ceiling is not lifted. the US bond ratings will drop. They need to drop. That is only thing that will help to bring our spending under control. We need […]

Arthur Lewin; From OJ To Casey Anthony and The Development of The American Mob Mentality…

July 11, 2011 by  
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Tweet ( No sooner did the verdict in the Anthony case come in then a whole slew of “media personalities” began screaming bloody murder. A motley crew of lawyers, would-be lawyers and could not be lawyers began bellowing in outrage, and they have not stopped yet. They had already convinced the American people which way […]

Arthur Lewin; As America’s Riches Rise Its White Population Falls…

June 20, 2011 by  
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Tweet ( To really know what’s going on in this country, the race card must not just be played, it must also be understood. Remember the saying, “Be careful what you wish for. You just might get it!” Well that is the story of America today. The richer this nation becomes the more its white majority shrinks […]

Arthur Lewin; FROM BOOKER T. vs. W.E.B. 2 Cornel West vs. Al Sharpton…

May 26, 2011 by  
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Tweet ( There is nothing new about the acrimonious debate between Al Sharpton and Cornel West. Historically, there has always been sharp, bitter divisions amongst Black leaders in America. Invariably, as now, it is over access to, and attitudes toward, the American power structure. For example, Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. DuBois dueled frequently. Washington, […]

Arthur Lewin; How Did Europe Conquer Africa…

May 24, 2011 by  
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Tweet ( No one knows for sure. But a few things seem clear. This is how it began. By 1400, the Christians of Europe had been fighting the forces of Islam for centuries, in a series of wars called Crusades. The Prophet Muhammad lived in the Arabian Peninsula in the 7th century AD. Towards the end of his life, and long after […]

Arthur Lewin; The Jamerican…

May 10, 2011 by  
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Tweet ( I am neither American nor Jamaican, and yet I am both American and Jamaican. I am a “Jamerican.” I was born in America, but my parents are Jamaican. Up until the late 1960s there were few people from the English-speaking Caribbean living in New York. The only time I heard a Caribbean accent was in […]

Arthur Lewin; 5 Key Tips 2 Improve Grades In School “African American Students”…

May 9, 2011 by  
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Tweet ( Here are five easy steps that you can take to supercharge your, and your child’s, learning that will cost you absolutely nothing! . . . Watch TV . . . . . . Look at What U Pay Attention 2 . . . Read Like Your Life Depends On It . . […]

Arthur Lewin; Is There Everlasting Life…

May 9, 2011 by  
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Tweet ( Do you believe that there is everlasting life? Not just on Sunday, but everyday? Do you believe that “matter” is more real than spirit, or vice versa? However, isn’t everything you believe you know, just that, a belief? And what is yours?   Is there life everlasting? Is there? You say you’re not […]

Arthur Lewin; The Ivory Tower Of Babel…

May 4, 2011 by  
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Tweet ( Recall the story of the Tower of Babel, the mighty edifice our ancestors built to reach up to heaven so that they could know God? Look now at the Ivory Tower that is the university, and how it has the audacity to claim that it can ultimately know everything. Are the two really […]

Arthur Lewin; 13 Very Strange Coincidences…

Tweet ( On August 28, 2008 Barack Obama accepted the Democratic nomination for president exactly 45 years to the day from Martin Luther King’s “I Have A Dream” speech. The Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement ended exactly 100 years apart, in 1865 and 1965 respectively. The most important speech during the Civil War […]

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