Tagged: Kwaisi France

Dr. Ben Carson

Dr. Ben Carson Is In: Get That Dough

  Dr. Ben Carson is a brilliant neurosurgeon who has never run for office and knows little when it comes to policy outside of health care. He is running for president, but according to Jim Geraghty, his campaign team has few staffers focused on a detailed policy agenda for the...

Bernie Sanders

My Man Bernie Sanders: He’s Just Different

  Vermont independent senator, Bernie Sanders, will hope primarily to make sure the left is well accounted for in the Democratic primary, and to ensure that presumptive nominee, Hillary Clinton is challenged at least in the short term.   He’s said Hillary isn’t prepared “to take on the billionaire class.”...

deflategate

Unfortunately Because I Have To: Part 2 – Deflategate

  While I am glad we are staining the Patriots image yet again with talk of scandal, the Deflategate reaction has been absurd in a similar vein to Ebola. Much like Ebola, we will look back and wonder what everyone was talking about for so long. I talked with a...

Felix Isuk - Part 2

Doin It with Kwaisi France: Felix Isuk – Part 2

    Part 2 of our conversation with Felix Isuk focuses on Cuba and health care.   Cuba Some facts: 5% of Cubans have access to the open internet. The average salary in Cuba in 2013 was 471 pesos or $20 U.S. a month. Cubans were prohibited from owning cellphones...

villains

Killing The Breeze’s Top 10 Movie Villains

  Quite simply, you have to get away with it to make our list. There have been better characters and performances, but all on our list successfully completed their task. An argument can be made that some of these characters are anti-heroes (a central character in a story, movie, or...

reverse racism

“Reverse Racism” Is Virtually Nonexistent

  Reverse racism is defined as a condition in which discrimination, sometimes officially sanctioned, against a dominant (or formerly dominant) racial or other group representative of the majority in a particular society takes place, for a variety of reasons, often as an attempt at redressing past wrongs. It has been...

TPP

Elizabeth Warren Is Either Wrong or Inconsistent on TPP

  The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a digital-copyrights, environment, human-rights, labor and trade agreement among the United States, Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, and Vietnam. The TPP countries represent a third of our top 15 export markets. For example, Singapore consumes nearly as much...

Andrew Johnson

Andrew Johnson: The 17th Retrospective

“Whatcha got ain’t nothin new. This country’s hard on people, you can’t stop what’s coming, it ain’t all waiting on you. That’s vanity.” – Ellis, No Country for Old Men (2007) Andrew Johnson was the first Vice President to assume the presidency because of assassination. He would always be seen...

felix isuk

Doin It with Kwaisi France: Felix Isuk – Part 1

    Felix Isuk is a 1999 graduate of the Gilman School in Baltimore, Maryland and 2003 graduate of Harvard University with a BA in Anthropology. He received his MBA in 2010 from the Esade Business and Law School in Barcelona, Spain. As a senior analyst at Samuel James Ltd,...