After 25 seasons on daytime, Judith Sheindlin has left an indelible watermark on my own aura of vigor

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Not. Happening. #SorryNotSorry

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Dorothy A. Brown guides us through some practical, straightforward reforms to American fiscal policy that would close the racial wealth gap and enhance BIPOC lives

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How public school culture within the 1980s and 1990s prepared me for 21st Century adversity

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Tax attorney Dorothy A. Brown educates readers on some long-overdue truths about the symbiosis between generational wealth and systemic racism

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Recapping some of my favorite reads from the Third Quarter of ‘21

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Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukianoff articulate a hard-hitting case for how wokeness and some extrapolations of political correctness have gone off-the-rails across college campuses

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Greg & Jon took me on an enlightening journey that I honestly wasn’t expecting

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After a year-long pandemic-induced hiatus, ‘Survivor’ is back…and here’s my pre-season exordium ahead of Season 41

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With a little more fine-tuning and seasoning, the sophomore ABC sitcom could become an iconic cross between “Modern Family” and “Black-ish”

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Anthony Eichberger

Gay. Millennial. Pagan/Polytheist. Disabled. Rural-Born. Politically-Independent. Fashion-Challenged. Rational Egoist. Survivor. #AgriWarrior (Deal With It!)

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