~ A while back I submitted a paper to a political conference to be hosted at a college in Washington, D.C. and in a total sheer lack of insight, the conference committee selected my paper and I was asked to… Read More ›
-Sitting at coffee each morning at different café’s and coffee shops, under the shadow of our nation’s Capital, I suppose it’s not a surprise how many Congressional Aids, Interns, and other government workers I’m able to observe that wander through… Read More ›
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After the success of last year’s Drinking in the Culture Tour, I’m reenergized and refocused. YES, I’m coming to a coffee shop near you. Stay tuned throughout the year for dates, and more information.
by Kenneth Justice The plight of the poor and social justice is often told from the perspective of the intellectual elite and academics. However, the true story of what life is like at the bottom rung of society is not… Read More ›