The Future of Work

Hosted by The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), Edward Alden, James Manyika, Jody Miller, and Debora Spar discuss the future of work after the coronavirus pandemic. Although many businesses and workers will have to adapt to a new economic landscape, there is some hope. Check CFR’s official website for more information. If you’d like to…

David Icke: Was He Right?

Former sports broadcaster turned conspiracy theorist David Icke is no stranger to controversy. And as someone who gravitates to the problematic ones, I was excited to come across a documentary highlighting his views. The film is entitled, David Icke: Was He Right? In it, he discusses a variety of political events that changed the trajectory…

How to Reset America

In a previous post, I highlighted a new political ideology known as Propertarianism. Well, John Mark recently provided 9 changes that could improve the political system in America using this form of governance. In his YouTube video, he addressed the following: Separating the Red areas from the Blue areas Ending the Fed and Replacing it with the…

It’s a New Day

“We, the children of Africa, we need you as a partner. But we don’t need nobody to come to tell us how it’s done anymore.” “There is a new generation of leaders of Africa that’s born.” – Thione Niang   Until Next Time…

Words From The Wise: Professor Arthur Mutambara

“Sovereignty is the big issue. People emphasize national sovereignty. ‘My country, my Nigeria, my Malawi, my little Zimbabwe.’ We must think about the continent.” – Professor Arthur Mutambara   Thanks to the 2nacheki YouTube channel, I was introduced to a scholar whose message I had to share with you all. Professor Arthur Mutambara. Professor Arthur Guseni…

Africa Will Need $100 Billion to Combat Coronavirus

Greetings Folks, I know it seems like I’ve only given you back-to-back COVID-19 updates, but they just keep coming. The following information comes from Africa News.  According to the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, ECA, Africa will need an emergency economic stimulus of $100 billion to combat COVID-19. Almost half of the funds would…

The Senate’s $2 Trillion Relief Bill

I did some research on the Coronavirus Relief Bill that was passed this week and I wanted to share my findings. The following information comes from NPR.org. A $2 trillion coronavirus response bill was passed by the Senate to provide relief for individuals and businesses during the economic freeze in America. Senate Majority Leader Mitch…

What is Agenda 21?

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, in 1992, from June 3-14, the United Nations held a conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. President George H.W. Bush and 177 other leaders signed a document known as Agenda 21. Its initial aim was to deal with global sustainability, but since then it…

What is Propertarianism?

As stated in a previous post, social media is a hub for political commentary. I’ve learned so much from content creators online that my resentment for not majoring in political science is almost null and void. One political analyst who’s kept my attention has been John Mark. He’s introduced me to a relatively new form…

Flint Residents Sue Over Water Contamination

Greetings Good People, I came across some great news today and had to share it with you all. The following information comes out of the NPR. The Supreme Court has ruled that Flint, Michigan victims can sue the state and local government officials for water contamination. City officials and state regulators have argued that they were…

“The Success of America is the Success of the Rest of the World”

That foolish statement was made by South African Billionaire Patrice Motsepe. The following information comes out of The South African and BBC News. Patrice Motsepe has been in Davos, Switzerland, on behalf of South Africa, for the World Economic Forum. At the start of the meeting he advised the following: “All we wanted to say…

We Charge Colonialism’s Fight for Freedom

Colonialism: a system of political government or extension of territory, by which one nation exerts political control over another nation, territory, or people, maintaining the colony in a state of dependence, its inhabitants not having the same full rights as those of the colonial power. The controlling power is typically extended thus by military force…