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March 26, 2020 Todd Smith’s Book Recommendations to Get Through Quarantine

The world is experiencing some unprecedented times. People cannot go to work. Children cannot go to school. Usually, when people have time off from school and work, they look for some means of entertainment from movies to sporting events. But with movie theaters closing down and sporting events postponed indefinitely, reading might be a good […]

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Shaving Beard Might Protect From Coronavirus

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said that some beards might conflict with potentially life-saving respirators and masks when fighting the fast-spreading and deadly coronavirus. Certain facial hairstyles like the handlebar mustache might not pose a problem when it comes to the coronavirus (COVID-19). However, other facial hairstyles like mutton chops, chin […]

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March 6, 2020 Myon Burrell Another Victim of Injustice, Political Aspirations

Say what you want about Senator Amy Kloubacher’s failed bid for the White House. But her candidacy for President of the United States opened up some harsh realities about her treatment of African-Americans accused of violent crimes. Myon Burrell has spent his entire adult life in prison for the murder of a young Black girl […]

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