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The Myth of Moses. The Myth of Black Leadership. The Reality of Digital Platforms. #broadband

The challenge going deeper into the 21st century is for members of the African Diaspora living in America to form the first virtual digital tribe with digital currencies, broadband, renewable energy, and smart grid technologies as a platform. A central … Continue reading

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Comfort in your own skin easier when you understand what America is

One of the biggest mistakes the African Diaspora from the Caribbean or the Continent can make is to assimilate into what has been marketed as American political thought. The marketed thought typically includes words like “diversity”, “equality”, or “freedom.” The … Continue reading

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My take on the GOP’s tax plan

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What is really behind universal basic income? #JoeBiden #UBI

Former vice-president Joe Biden is expected today to express his opposition to universal basic income, a concept where the federal government can save billions of dollars in social welfare payments by cutting every American a check for an amount that … Continue reading

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Irma and self-reliance show need for a resilient grid.

As I sit here in Atlanta saying to myself, “so far, so good”, as the utility grid continues to deliver electricity to the West End and other neighborhoods, I am also thinking about people in my two home regions: the … Continue reading

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Sloane Stephens blah blah blah. Talk of diversity in 2017 should be embarrassing…

Sloane Stephens won today’s women’s U.S. Open final. Congrats to her. Her performance was near flawless. Television announcers and analysts have a tendency to step on the moment, adding their spin on an event that half the planet witnesses for … Continue reading

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Unfortunately, government wants to regulate information, too

Is information a resource such that we should expect government to regulate its extraction? Unfortunately, the answer is yes. While we gather information for free with our eyes and ears and exchange this information during conversations with friends, family, and … Continue reading

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Residential solar subsidies evidence government abdication of its role

Tax-payer funded subsidies that promote residential electricity generation via renewable sources i.e. wind, solar, has resulted in putting America’s public utilities in a position where they may shift undue rate burden on to lower income consumers in order to recover … Continue reading

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What’s the point of political noise when power isn’t being transferred?

The past couple weeks of political protests have demonstrated to me how powerless the masses of voters are and how susceptible they are to the emotion targeting messaging of the Left faction and the Right faction. The left has had, … Continue reading

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Political law

Politics is about getting others to do what you want when you want it while having others pay the transactions cost for getting what you want when you want it. Politics is also about turning public resources into pools of … Continue reading

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