Category: Kwaisi France

Articles, podcasts and videos from KTB Co-Founder Kwaisi France.

KTB Media LLC owner of www.killingthebreeze.com, The Killing The Breeze Podcast on ITunes, and KTB TV provides author affiliated news, information, media, opinion and commentary to men and women aged 25-54 whom are looking for a progressive, liberal, conservative and libertarian perspective on issues that affect all of us from those intimately involved in those issues academically, professionally or socially.

We live in a climate of reliance on the web for news, information and media especially from millenials whom are younger and more technologically savvy, and are rejecting both traditional outlets operations of “learn about it and then report on it” and those deemed “experts” by those same outlets.

As of 2012, there are 2.4 billion internet users around the world up 566% since the year 2000. 70% of internet users use it daily. 78% of North America uses the internet and 37% of the world uses the internet.

30% of Americans listen to podcasts. 17% listened to a podcast within the last month with slightly more than half of those listened to a podcast as opposed to watched a podcast, but they are more prone to watching both audio and video podcasts. 20% of smartphone users consume podcasts monthly, and half of monthly podcast consumers consume them weekly.

plymouth colony

Colonial Period: Plymouth Colony

The Plymouth Colony is the first lesson in the Colonial Period unit with Massachusetts Bay Colony, Marquette and Joliet, Bacon’s Rebellion, and the French and Indian War to follow. The pre-Colonial Period saw European explorers, through the use of triangular trade and particularly the Atlantic Slave trade, colonize indigenous people...

pandemic economy

Despite Third Quarter Gains, The Pandemic Economy Is Still Behind Schedule

The Commerce Department reported that the pandemic economy grew at an annualized pace of 33.1% in the third quarter. That headline figure overstates the actual growth rate, however, just as the official number for the April to June quarter showing an annualized contraction of 31.4% exaggerated the economy’s decline (Both figures describe...