Thursday, March 30, 2017

Neonatal Mortality – Quiet Crisis of The Black Community.

March 29, 2017 by  
Filed under Health, News, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( In my years working in healthcare, I have been blessed to see patients celebrate happy moments, but I have also witnessed times of profound grief. The loss of a baby is one such example that deals a devastating blow to our families, healthcare providers, communities and nation as a whole. Most newborns grow […]

A Career As A Racing Driver Isn’t Impossible.

March 29, 2017 by  
Filed under Money/Business, Sports, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Unlike most kids, you didn’t want to play football or basketball – you wanted to drive. But, you couldn’t because you were too young, so you idealized racing car drivers instead. And, as the years went on, you vowed to work in the industry no matter the cost. Over time, though the dream became […]

Golf: Easier Than You Think?

March 29, 2017 by  
Filed under Sports, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( We all know that golf is a game of skill. Enjoyed by millions of us around the world, it’s one of the most popular sports that we enjoy in our leisure time. Compared to some sports, golf is perhaps one of the easiest ones for beginners to learn. However, some folks believe that golf […]

Rep. Paul Ryan Wins, American Health Care Off The Table.

March 28, 2017 by  
Filed under Health, News, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Did the Freedom Caucus just pull the Republican Party back off the ledge, before it jumped to its death? A case can be made for that. Before the American Health Care Act, aka “Ryancare,” was pulled off the House floor Friday, it enjoyed the support — of 17 percent of Americans. Had it […]

Barack Hussein Obama’ legacy: More horrifically unruly students.

March 28, 2017 by  
Filed under News, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Nationally, black junior high and high school students are suspended at a rate more than three times as often as their white peers, twice as often as their Latino peers and more than 10 times as often as their Asian peers. According to former Department of Education Secretary Arne Duncan, the “huge disparity […]

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