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Thank you, Mr. President!

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        President Trump has only been in office for about sixteen months and has accomplished more during that time than many previous presidents have during their entire term.  For the first time in a LONG time, America is respected  again. We are seeing history made right before our eyes: A few short months […]

Just So You’d Know… You Have A Choice

Just So You’d Know… You Have A Choice

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(Click image above to be re-directed to an article offering a wealth  of info about your options) We are living in the best of times and the worst of times. It all depends on how you look at it and how you respond to our changing world. This segment will address an issue that we […]

Just So You’d Know…The Inconvenient Truth

Just So You’d Know…The Inconvenient Truth

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Remember, its okay to believe in something. Just know what it is that you believe in and why you believe in it. According to his student, Plato, even Socrates encouraged his students to examine all their beliefs.   So often people in different groups do “group think” instead of individual thinking. People even vote the […]

Letter from Viola Achieng:

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“Hello friends, this is Viola Achieng. I’m a pupil at Shauriyako Primary school in Homa Bay. I am glad to been given this opportunity to share with you my experiences and aspirations as a young girl living in one of the most disadvantaged slums in Homa Bay. This is a rare opportunity to get and […]

PODI – The Story of Viola Achieng

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                      A while ago I shared an article with you about Periods of Dignity Initiative (PODI) and the mission they have taken on. We learned a lot about what young girls have to deal with in Kenya and other third-world countries. One in ten African […]

United We Stand – Divided We Fall

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        I grew up during a very tumultuous time – the 60s and 70s. The Vietnam War was in full swing, and the youth of America (including me) were not happy with it. In our little high school in our small town, we wanted to do something. We protested by holding a […]