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By Eddie C Morton
Rose Houston, American Street Cop and mulatto great-great-great Granddaughter of Sam Houston, responds to America's clarion call to service in the sandbox. This is the short fictional story of her last patrol in Eastside Baghdad.
By Guy Abeiku
As a teenage pan-africanist, I seek to pay tribute to the late Theodosia Salome Okoh, the designer of the national flag of Ghana. This national heroine has left an indelible mark on the hearts of Ghanaians through her design of the national flag which has a symbolic meaning in the...
Article | Updated Apr 25, 2015 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Shote Paul
Every nation has a system of recognizing and rewarding outstanding achievements of its citizens and nationâ€™s friends with the aim of promoting patriotism and diligence in every sphere of human endeavour. The National Honours was established on the 1st October 1963 and duly passed and...
The poor white man. All these people are coming and taking everything from him. First his job. Then his house. Then his woman. But there's something up his sleeve - The Law of Diminishing Returns.
*** READ FROM THE BOTTOM UP. THIS WAS WRITTEN IN TWITTER.
By Osita Ebiem
Nigeria is organizing a national dialog aimed at finding lasting solution to its many problems. This is supposedly a step in the right direction but there is an anticipated clause in the listed points for discussion. The government specifically says that there will be no discussion on the...
By Mort Stump
Follow the fascinating adventures of Alyssa as she and her family meet the challenges produced by the devastating failure of the US dollar. Learn how they overcome the upheaval in their lives through their remarkable ingenuity, dedicated hard work, unbridled compassion for others, and enduring...
Book | Updated Feb 18, 2014 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By My Thoughts
What our National Anthem really means.
Short Story | Updated Dec 17, 2013 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This work was based upon an interview and my own knowledge of tornados. It's late so I figured, eh why not write it. I've been through three myself that I remember and helped with the clean up for the Joplin tornado over two years ago. This town has come a long way.
A futuristic hidden lab. An alien in the wrong time. A warped super-virus with the power to stop humanity in its tracks.
It is the year 2030, and scientists from the infamous Area 51 have grown increasingly tired of waiting for new, intelligent, alien life to crash/land on Earth. They foolishly...
The mysterious discovery of a former penal colony peculiar inhabitant.
By Osita Ebiem
This article stresses the importance of culture in the sociopolitical engineering of any society. It proves how Nigeria has been unable to evolve a collective unifying cultural system as a country. This singularly has led to Nigeria's failure. The solution to this failure, the article concludes...
Crystal Sharp aka Ice Crystal is a nationally ranked figure skater. She is known to be hardcore, no nonsense type. It had been six months since anyone has seen or heard from her. Now she is a 20 year old college student working three jobs while trying to keep a home, and take care of her four...
Following the recent revelations about the National Security Agency surveilling American citizens, we need to examine the impact of these programs in the context of our nation's laws and propensity for abuse going forward.
By Anthony J Piccione
A poem in response to the many mass shootings and acts of terror America has seen in recent years.
By Alena Adams
Thoughts on universal energy, human energy, human biofield, time, our connection to the Universe and God.