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Richmond casino competition exposes Norfolk’s naked shame

The city of Richmond, VA will soon select a casino development proposal from among three different bidders.

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Dangers Seen and Unseen

Privately and publicly I have been so thankful and blessed not having contracted COVID-19 and having been able to continue to travel domestically /internationally in my TV broadcasting life, without any interruption.

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Society pays a high price when prosecutors fail to punish crime

Imagine a society where prostitutes could solicit johns for sex just yards from police officers who did little more than wave them on their way.

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The barricades are coming down, but where is Biden?

After almost two and half months since the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol, police in D.C. have finally begun to dismantle the chain-link and metal barricades that had turned the cathedral of democracy around the globe into a standing prison more reminiscent of a dictatorship. My only question is this: why has it taken so long?

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Biden’s disastrous border policy is evidence of no planning

Can you spell “hypocrite”? I’m starting to think that it begins with the letter “B” and rhymes with “widen.”

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Cultural outrage

Today, we live in a society where we seem to sprint from one manufactured cultural outrage to the next.

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President Biden and guns

For the duration of his 2020 presidential campaign, which at first appeared to be a long shot especially given the far left’s vocal disdain for “old, white men,” Joe Biden ran on the promise that he would unite the country.

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The enemy within

“The enemy within” is the phrase that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi used to describe the chaos brewing just beneath the surface of the Republican Party.

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Salsa Great Johnny Pacheco dead at 86

The marquee at the Apollo in Harlem honored salsa great Johnny Pacheco, who died at the age of 86 (3/25/35 - 2/15/21).

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More of the same

The most incredible con is going on in America right now.

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