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Lebron James: a look at why successful people are hated September 10, 2020 Tracy Marrow, better known as Ice-T, has put together a successful and unlikely career based on his beginnings. He went from robbing jewelry stores in South Central Los Angeles to winning an open mic contest that changed his life forever. Today he is a Grammy and Image Award-winning artist and actor. ….  Read More

Kirk Cousins: “Survival of the fittest” regarding coronavirus September 2, 2020 Say what you want about Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins (as many NFL fans do). He’s thrown some really bad interceptions in his career that fans and commentators relentlessly lampoon.   Kevin King will take that! @King_kevvoo #GoPackGo #MINvsGB 📺: FOX 📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports app Watch on mobile: ….  Read More

Overcoming self-sabotage with the Internal Monologue System August 24, 2020 Technology is the ultimate double-edged sword for men. We appreciate Siri, ask “her” for immediate directions to the nearest bowling alley in a new city. This instantaneous process in 2020 took several minutes 25 years ago. First you had to find a phone book. Then you had to look in either ….  Read More

African American men facing biggest test since American slavery June 16, 2020 Ask any black American about the uptick in police killing them and they’ll tell you the same thing – it’s always happened like this, accept today everyone has cameras. The May 25, 2020 murder of George Floyd has sparked massive, sustained protests across the country and world. The murders of Breonna ….  Read More

The war on men and the myth of “toxic masculinity” March 10, 2020 Men walk on eggshells in the 21st century. They are vulnerable to attacks on their character and well-being simply for saying “hello” to a woman. But even the most careful, conscious man faces dangers that could cause irreparable harm to himself and family. It is modus operandi in 2020 for women ….  Read More

How college football and war manipulate young men March 7, 2020 The U.S. Civil War spanned four years from 1861 to 1865. When it was over, 620,000 soldiers from the Union and Confederacy perished, according to the 1889 book “Regimental Losses in the American Civil War.” Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered at the Appomattox Courthouse on April 9, 1865. There was ….  Read More