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Ronnie Cameron

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Hypocrisy, Water Breaks and the GOP Brand

(12) Comments | Posted February 13, 2013 | 11:50 AM

Senator Marco Rubio's thirstiness may have dug the Republican Party into a deeper hole. The back and forth nature of Rubio's speech and then jumping to extreme rhetoric has left the GOP at a loss. At one point he praised government programs that have allowed him to attend college and...

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From Political Prisoner to Savior of Haiti

(2) Comments | Posted December 18, 2012 | 4:20 PM

As famous soccer player Robert 'Boby' Duval sat in a jail cell as a political prisoner of Haiti, he knew that his country needed change. At age 22, Boby Duval spent 18 months in prison for being a part of the Democratic Movement to affect change in Haiti. That, and...

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The Mental and Emotional Stresses of an NFL Athlete

(12) Comments | Posted December 3, 2012 | 4:00 PM

Jovan Belcher as I knew him was a good and decent man. I can't say I knew him well enough to say we were friends, but I've met him and spoken to him as college opponents when he played at the University of Maine. Belcher was also a Long Island...

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An Immigrant's Ambition and the Lessons Taught to their Children

(27) Comments | Posted November 21, 2012 | 2:47 PM

I'm the son of two immigrants and I grew up being taught that good isn't good enough. My mother is a native of Haiti and my father a native of Trinidad & Tobago, both who came to this country with nothing. They both started off with extremely humble beginnings especially...

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Chris Christie and Why Politicians Can't Tell the Truth

(17) Comments | Posted November 12, 2012 | 3:52 PM

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is a decent man and represents the people of New Jersey well. He has improved the state in several ways and was a budding star in the Republican Party. He gave a resounding speech at the Republican National Convention that energized the support of the...

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Lessons Learned From Hurricane Sandy and How We Need to Apply Them Everyday

(6) Comments | Posted November 6, 2012 | 1:34 PM

Hurricane Sandy has caused mass devastation and has ruined the lives of many. People have died and homes have been destroyed. It is difficult to see any silver lining when millions are out of power (as I was also) and people are running low on food and water as they...

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Wealth of Intelligence Can Lead to the Wealth of a Nation

(5) Comments | Posted October 25, 2012 | 4:10 PM

Adam Smith, the creator of political economy wrote the Wealth of Nations. Wealth of Nations was the first written doctrine on how a nation can gain wealth and the practice of free markets. Philosophies like 'Division of Labor' and 'Market Price of Commodities' have shaped economic thought since 1776. His...

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"Strong America" Needs Less Foreign Savior and More Infrastructure Maven

(19) Comments | Posted October 23, 2012 | 8:10 AM

The final presidential debate was focused around foreign policy. This is a pivotal issue with crisis and unrest in Syria, Libya, Egypt and an ongoing war in Afghanistan. We have countless resources abroad to "protect the American way" but it begs for the question to be asked, "Why isn't this...

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Why Obama and Romney Shouldn't Treat the Election Like a Trial

(2) Comments | Posted October 22, 2012 | 9:22 AM

Through the first two debates, I felt like I have been in a courtroom rather than an election. Both Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are trying to prove who's worse for the job rather than who is better for the job.

Some find it acceptable that our candidates are...

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