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    The Case for Kyler Murray To Choose Football

    Kyler Murray won the Heisman Trophy tonight. The Oklahoma quarterback led the Sooners to a 12-1 record and a spot in the college football playoff. The spectacular season was unsurprising to anyone who saw him play high school football in Texas, where he was 42-0 as a starting quarterback and won three consecutive state titles […] More

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    Monday Money Gripes

    Knowing how much effort it takes to not only make money but to grow money, I get really pissed off when I see people disrespecting their money, disrespecting my money and just acting the fool when it comes to money. Someone recently owed me money. They haven’t paid me back, despite promising to give it […] More

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    5 Things To Know About Ralph Gardner-Chavis

    Ralph Alexander Gardner was one of the country’s leading chemists. He worked on classified plutonium research on the Manhattan Project (from 1943-1947), which developed the atomic bomb that would eventually be dropped on Japan in 1945. The bomb was credited with ending World War II. He was born Dec. 3, 1922 in Cleveland, Ohio. Gardner, […] More

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    AIDS Isn’t Cured, We Just Don’t Talk About It

    It was December 1, 1990. Unbeknownst to me it was the Second Annual World AIDS Day. It was supposed to be the happiest day of my life…my wedding day. Little did I know that the man to whom I was pledging my vows to God in front of family and friends had AIDS. The man […] More

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    C. Vivian Stringer And Other Trailblazers in Women’s Hoops

    Rutgers women’s basketball coach C. Vivian Stringer became the first African-American college basketball coach to 1,000 career wins last week. Stringer’s accomplishment puts her in a class among some of basketball’s elite coaches — including Mike Krzyzewski, Jim Boeheim, Geno Auriemma and Pat Summit. The victory is the most recent milestone in Stringer’s illustrious career. […] More

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    Personal Capital Hack

    To say that I’m attached to Personal Capital would be an understatement. I often check the app three or four times a day. Personal Capital took my finances to the next level the day I signed up. As soon as I plugged in my accounts, I was hooked. I can see all of my banking, retirement […] More

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    Man Behind Racist FB Post on FSU Coach Fired

    A Florida State fan who shared a racist meme of head football coach Willie Taggart on Facebook has lost his job. Hilton Grand Vacations announced it fired Tom Shands just days after the post circulated on social media and got picked up by several media outlets. Shands shared a photo of Taggart’s face on the […] More

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    College Basketball Players to Watch

    Duke’s first-year stars burst onto the scene last week with dominant performances in the team’s opener against Kentucky. R.J. Barrett, Zion Williamson, and Cam Reddish eached scored 20-plus points—with Barrett dropping 33 on the Wildcats. There’s a lot of reasons to be excited for the Blue Devil trio, but they aren’t the only players to […] More

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    Ask The Good Doctor

    I saw a commercial on TV that just set me off. The tagline was “Eat Your Way-Treat Your Way.” The product is used to treat ulcers of the stomach and intestines, acid reflux and esophageal problems. The commercial had the nerve to have a cartoonish fireman propped up on the box intimating that this product […] More

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    Soccer Federation to Investigate French Club’s Racial Profiling

    The French Futboll Federation is investigating the country’s top soccer club after it admitted racially profiling young players. Paris St.-Germain says some scouts used secret illegal tactics to evaluate players during recruitment between 2013 and 2018. The admission came after European investigative media outlet Mediapart published documents detailing scouting reports that included an “origin” section. […] More

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    Net Worth Update

    Net Worth Update October 2018 I was certain October would be the first time I posted a drop in my overall net worth but then just like that, the market rallied the last couple of days of the month and I eked out a small net worth increase. Overall, my net worth retreated to September […] More

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    Remember Barack Obama?

    This week’s list falls on Election Day and given the current climate in America, it nice to reminisce about the first African American president of the United States. The lead book, Obama: The Historic Presidency of Barack Obama, which was released last April, is an insider view of his presidency. From Pres. Obama’s victory speech to […] More

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