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Blue America Stands Proudly, Strongly With New Immigrants

Moral America to ICE: “¡Nunca Aqui!” – Not In Our Community! New York, N.Y. When my family came to America twelve generations and four hundred years ago, they stepped off the boat onto Plymouth Rock and became American. Today, people from around the world arrive here seeking safe haven – and our president spits in their face… New York Governor […]

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Orlando Sentinel: “Not Donald Trump; Philanthropist: “Treason!”

Orlando, FL. In a historic first today, the editorial board of The Orlando Sentinel, one of the most prestigious, pro-Republican newspapers in America’s South, posted an anti-endorsement: ‘NOT Trump.’ Philanthropist Jim Luce, founder of Orphans International Worldwide and The James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation, pushed even further, telling The Stewardship Report, “Speaking as a private individual, with a history […]

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Vietnam’s Tech Futurists Lay Out Economic Alternatives

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Nations racing to develop 5G technology that is fast enough to power the next stage of innovation range from South Korea to Finland, but a young contender wants to jump into the game: Vietnam. The Southeast Asian country announced with much fanfare this month that a test of fifth generation […]

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The Teaching of “Jōmon:” Our Ancient Japanese DNA Inherited

New York, N.Y. The other day I went to Tokyo and attended an interesting gathering. There, we explored the idea that Jōmon period culture forms the foundation of ‘Japaneseness.’ Further, that we can understand our present period through this understanding, finding hints for solving the problems of Japan today. Kato Haruichi, who has started his own company, presented. Final Jōmon jar, Kamegaoka […]

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Albinism, The African Myth Versus Scientific Justification

Senegal, Africa. Most of my lifetime I’ve been involved in helping my community, from soup kitchens, hospital emergency departments, doing makeup for female victims of domestic violence, and collecting Christmas gifts toys for children in Colombia.  Two years ago I remember becoming a hairstylist for a beautiful group of girls that were involved in domestic violence, […]

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R.I.P.: U.S. Senator, War Hero John McCain Has Died

Washington, D.C. U.S. Senator John McCain died Saturday at age 81 after a battle with brain cancer that robbed America of a revered statesman, proud patriot and self-sacrificing warrior. His wife, Cindy, said on Twitter:  Cindy McCain My heart is broken. I am so lucky to have lived the adventure of loving this incredible man […]

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Displaced, Adopted Native Americans Look to Find Their Way Home

Washington, D.C. Georgia resident Steve Bailey was 19 when he heard about an experimental cell transplant therapy for Type 1 diabetes he’d had since infancy. He asked his parents to donate cells. . “And my mom looked at me oddly and said, ‘We need to talk.’ I felt as if I’d been hit in the […]

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Increased Russian, Chinese Threat in Ocean Nearest Washington

Washington, D.C. Chinese military vessels are now patrolling the Northern Atlantic, and Russian submarines are prowling those same waters at a pace not seen since the end of the Cold War, the Navy’s top admiral told VOA in an exclusive interview. Navy Admiral John Richardson.   Photo: U.S. Department of Defense. Chief of Naval Operations Adm. […]

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