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Over the past 100 years, the America we’ve come to know is a far cry from what our history books taught us about this country. We learned that America had opportunities for everyone and that along the way there were a few hiccups but we were able to collectively move past them. The hiccups just happened to include the Native American Genocide, racism, slavery, corrupt politicians, and 99% of wealth being held by 1% of the population. You know, some minor hiccups. …

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If you didn’t know, we’re currently in a seller’s market. This is because there is a shortage of homes but there are tons of people looking to buy. So, if you’re thinking of selling your home and cashing in, you’ll want to take some of these tips into consideration to maximize your efforts.

Find Your Strategy

Currently, many homes are on the market for two weeks before they’re sold (above the asking price). While a quick sale is nice, an important factor is the initial asking price. Understanding your home’s value, what it may appraise for, and what other homes are selling for…

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On any given day, we’ll most likely find ourselves having some sort of encounter with our neighbors. Whether we want the interaction to occur is another story. What’s more important is that we often don’t know who our neighbors truly are. For some, a neighbor is their best friend or a family member. For others, it’s the annoying person who revs their cars in the morning and can’t figure out how to bring in their trash cans. …

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Originally called the Chicago Eight, the Chicago Seven consisted of seven political activists who took part in the riots of Chicago in 1968. The Chicago protests were in the wake of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., Robert Kennedy, and to protest the Vietnam War.

Several political activist leaders were in attendance, were arrested, and charged with criminal conspiracy, the incitement to riot, and crossing state lines to incite riots.

The trials were a large conspiracy theory by the government to prove that the riots were incited by protestors, not the police, which is still a heavily contested issue…

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We live in a society where the truth is no longer a matter of fact. It is an arbitrary element that changes with the wind.

Growing up, we were told to always tell the truth no matter what the consequences were. In a court of law, we are told to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth. We expect the truth in our everyday lives. Whether it’s at work, with friends, or online, we expect the truth.

What About Truth?

We, unfortunately, live in a time where the truth is hard to find and hard to come by. When we read…

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These past four years have felt like an eternity for some. For others, it felt like a party they never wanted to end. The past four years with Donald Trump as president were like none other in the history of this country.

We went from a time when politics were known but weren't shoved in our faces on a daily basis. We went from minor disagreements with people to purging all social media accounts of people who didn’t believe in the same things we believed in. We learned that if there’s one thing most of America can agree on, it’s…

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Four years ago we were introduced to the Ball family. A family of three basketball-playing brothers who were some of the most notorious and promising upcoming talents in the country. The oldest, Lonzo, committed to play for UCLA and was a projected lottery pick before he’d even stepped onto the court. The middle son, LiAngelo, wasn’t flashy but was touted as being an NBA role player one day. The youngest, Lamelo, was under his older brother's tutelage and was thought to be even better than Lonzo when the time came.

But it wasn’t the talent of the brothers that brought…

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2020 was terrible, just downright awful. There were so many times where we would say, well, at least it can’t get any worse…. But don’t dwell on it! Don’t continue to look in the rearview mirror and think about how something negative happened in 2020. Don’t look back and say you hope that never happens again. Don’t dwell on the things you can’t change. That will only make you feel regret and remorse and you’ll never be able to put your best foot forward.

2020 was the definition of moving forward without looking back. Leave that year in the past…

The recent SolarWinds cybersecurity attack has redirected the focus from Russian election hacking to other Russian cyber hacking. Over the past four years, Russia has been the number one culprit for cyberattacks in the United States, whether they were behind it or not, the focus was always on them.

Most recently, the Russian government has been accused of the SolarWinds cybersecurity attack by allegedly infiltrating various United States federal computer systems through server software provider, SolarWinds.

SolarWinds is an IT service management provider whose programs are used by the Pentagon, White House, NASA, and roughly 425 of the fortune 500…

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It’s 2020 and we have technology at our fingertips nearly every second of every day. As human beings, we’ve had thousands, millions of years to advance our forms of communication, yet, there are still too many people who can’t spell correctly.

Could it be a lack of knowledge? There were 56.4 million students who “attended” school in 2020 and the average dropout rate is 5.4%. Maybe? …

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