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Are Leaders Born Or Are They Made?

By Sandy Daley Retired four-star general, and the 65th United States Secretary of State ( the first African American to serve in that position), Colin Powel once said, “Great leaders are almost always great simplifiers, who can cut through argument, debate ...

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Dump Carding Into The Cesspool Of History

By Ajamu Nangwaya PRIDE Guest Columnist   “We are creating a society where youth are afraid of police even to the point of hatred. You don’t have enough guns and tasers to control a society that hates police.” Kingsley Gilliam, ...

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Carding: A Really Dumb And Dangerous Idea

Editor:   Occasionally, some really dumb, mischievous, and dangerous idea appears at the most inopportune time. Carding is such an idea. If the police had deliberated with great care, to devise a plan to worsen race relations in this city, ...

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The Mighty Political Wind Of Change In Alberta

By Rupert Johnson On Tuesday, May 5, 2015 the mighty political wind of change hurled across the province of Alberta and swept Jim Prentice and his Progressive Conservative party out of office. And then suddenly the onset of changing wind ...

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Mayor Tory Betrays Trust Of Black Petty Bourgeois “Lovers”

By Ajamu Nangwaya Guest Writer The unchecked love-fest displayed toward John Tory by the African Canadian petty bourgeoisie in Toronto’s 2014 mayoral election prevented this class from looking out for the best interests of the community. The African Canadian newspapers, public figures, the notables and ...

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A Deceptive Way Of Balancing The Budget

By Rupert Johnson Any government budget should not only state its intent to collect revenue, but also outline the way in which it intends to spend this revenue. It is obvious that when expenditure exceeds revenue this is referred to ...

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