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What Depression Is Like When the Whole World Is Sick

You could say that I’ve been diagnosed, but the whole process is asinine. I was born with a broken heart, literally. When the professionals want to figure it out or fix it to the best of their abilities, they use the latest and greatest technologies—cameras you can’t hardly believe are …

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Take the Red Pill: Watch “Out of Shadows”

Why do you believe what you believe? As humans, we derive what we know to be “fact” most often from our stories, the news we hear, and cumulative history passed down from our most trusted authorities. We accept these things to be true and our reality is formed. But what …

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The Central Park 5 Weren’t Innocent—Netflix Series “When They See Us” Review

Chioke Brown of the Consider Culture brand has taken the time to do a deep dive into the controversial Central Park 5 case like you have never seen before. After researching and watching the videos in this post, I no longer think the Central Park 5 were anywhere near as …

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DOJ Announces Interim Rules for Use of Genealogy Sites in Criminal Investigations

The use of genetics in criminal investigation continues to become both more commonplace and more accurate as researchers continue to reap the benefits of the pivotal human genome project that made many of these advancements possible.  The use of genetic forensics has not only been a reliable tool in closing …

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Kanye West Airpool Karaoke

This is great! The opening is obviously staged but I thoroughly enjoyed it, nonetheless. The 100+ choir Kanye runs with is no joke. So this is a karaoke/interview session with late night host and comedian James Corden who you might recognize from Carpool Karaoke. Check it out! James Corden is …

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How Poor Judgement Left Me Embarrassed

Recently, my best friend and I met at Starbucks to do homework together.  I noticed a woman sitting at a huge table with two children and their stuff spread across it.  She had arts and crafts, St. Patrick’s Day hats and necklaces, snacks, books, computers, and grocery bags filled with …

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Hate Hoaxes and the Myth of the Rise in Hate Crimes in America

Is white supremacy on the rise? Given the perpetual sinful nature of man, it’s absolutely possible. In the context of the end times, I suspect most things that we would call evil are increasing by some measure. In a 2006 bulletin, the FBI detailed the threat of white nationalists and …

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Podcast: Why My Family Won’t be Celebrating Easter

Easter is almost here and as many families are making last-minute purchases to fill Easter baskets full of candies and gifts, I decided to share with everyone why I made the decision to stop celebrating Easter and most other holidays: How does your family celebrate holidays? Do you think that …

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