Hope this allows Prince James to sleep easier at night.
America has spent $443 billion to this date on the war in Afghanistan. Subsequently, we’ve suffered 1,500 casualties during this time fighting the Al-Queda while promoting democracy. The U.S military is currently deployed in approximately 160 of the 195 countries on the globe. BIG government?
An obstacle is often an unrecognized opportunity
If you’re in the market for a new car, then you may be familiar with fuel economy labels. These labels list the gas mileage estimates for city and highway driving.
Starting with 2013 model year vehicles, you will be able to easily see how much you will save on gasoline with a more efficient…
We are either progressing or retrograding all the while; there is no such thing as remaining stationary in this life.
Bernie Sanders, a Senator from Vermont does something that is not done very often in Congress, if ever, and that is speak the truth. Sanders addresses the HUGE, INEXCUSABLE, UNFAIR, and UNREASONABLE wealth gap between the upper class, or net worth of 1 million, and the diminishing working class of America. Income inequality has been steadily increasing in America since 1970, with the highest paid 1% of Americans now holding 23.5% of the nations wealth. The big shot CEO’s on Wall Street are significant reasons as to why our economy hit bottom as hard as it did. These same crooked CEO’s were bailed out by our government, and are now making more than they were before they were caught embezzling other American’s trust funds, college tuition, life savings, etc. Instead of putting trust in the hard working class of America and reducing the current 9.1 % unemployment rate, these CEO’s have their work done overseas whereas their workers do not have labor rights and are willing to work in extreme conditions making .70 cents/hour for 18 hour shifts. I am an American man, and I do believe in globalization, yet only to a certain extent. This country was built on the fundamental principles of hard work, dedication, loyalty, and commitment paying off in the long-run. Here we are, with millions of Americans in need and more than willing to work in order to sustain a suitable lifestyle for their families, yet their jobs are being outsourced to China resulting in an uncertain future for uneducated American’s and their children. I do not find this fair or just to the smallest extent, and this is how I vent; knowing there’s only so much I can do at this time, thank you.
—Return of Simba
J. Cole unleashes his heart; desire; destiny; dreams; and planned future in the Return of Simba. Jermaine samples the disney classic ”Lion King” as an intro for this track and it simply describes Cole’s come-up with the guidance of Jay-Z to perfection. When listening to a Cole track, you’ll notice his beats have much more substance to them in comparison to many other rappers coming for the coveted spot of “best rapper alive.” Furthermore, J. Cole uses his intellectual side (graduating from St. John’s University Magna Cum Laude), along with his experiences of growing up in an under privileged black community in order to deliver music that many can relate to. COLE WORLD, enjoy.