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Ye’s egoic mind took over this week, leading the artist formerly known as Kanye West into a downward spiral of lost business relationships with Adidas, Balenciaga, MRC Studio and his talent agency CAA ending ties, among others, following a series of antisemitic rants. In an interview with Chris Cuomo, Ye struggled to explain whether his racist remarks were directed to a handful of music industry producers or the Jewish community as a whole, but the scale of racist statements does not diminish the core of the problem, which is the very low state of consciousness of his human mind. From…

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On Monday, a clear case of how the mind avoids the Now arose in Arizona. Melody Jennings, the founder of the Clean Elections USA group which has tasked itself with intimidating “mules” — a term coined in the film 2000 Mules referring to people thought to have been “harvesting” or “trafficking” ballots illegally to smuggle fraudulent votes for Joe Biden — posted numerous calls to action on Truth Social, such as: “This guy,” Jennings wrote. “Drove in backwards to avoid plate detection. Got out showing his back. Pulled ballots out of his shirt. I need people there tonight to help my…

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In a surprise twist, on Thursday, a Florida jury recommended that Nikolas Cruz be given a life sentence for the murder of 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland in February 2018. This decision came after two days of deliberations for the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history to reach trial. While prosecutors had urged the 12-member jury to recommend the death sentence for the 24-year-old Parkland shooter who pleaded guilty last year, Cruz’s lawyers requested that he be sentenced to life in prison. A unanimous decision from the jury was required for a death sentence. Jury…

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On Monday, in a sheer failure to control his ego, Putin ordered Russia’s biggest attack in Ukraine yet. This came as a response to a defensive attack on a critical bridge long regarded as a war trophy of the Kremlin which Russia used to get supplies to its troops stationed in East Ukraine.  The most widespread strikes against Ukraine in months, a lethal barrage that smashed civilian targets, knocked out power and water, shattered buildings, and killed at least 14 people and wounding 100 others in many regions of Ukraine ranging from Lviv in the west to Kharkiv in the…

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Supreme Court Pick Is a Win for Diversity President Joe Biden recently nominated Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to replace retiring Justice Stephen Breyer as the 116th Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. For some people this news feels like a threat. For others, it’s a tonic. But regardless of your individual beliefs and political views, Judge Jackson’s candidacy is a victory for diversity and inclusion. This, in turn, brings us closer to an enlightened and equitable society. A Commitment to Equal Justice Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is widely regarded as one of our country’s brightest legal minds with…

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