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Breaking: "Shock Exchange" Added To "Trump Syllabus K12" PDF Print E-mail

Image Shock Exchange: How Inner-City Kids From Brooklyn Predicted the Great Recession and the Pain Ahead has been added to the Trump Syllabus K12,  compiled by Kaye Wise Whitehead, Associate Professor, Department of Communication, Loyola University Maryland, Alicia Moore Ph.D., and Regina Lewis, Ph.D. The Syllabus offers a lesson plan for teaching in the age of resistance under President Trump. And who better to teach it than Shock Exchange author, Ralph W. Baker, Jr.? The first few chapters describe Mr. Baker’s experience growing up in Prince Edward County, VA which was one of the five lawsuits that made up the Brown v. Board of Education decision; it was also the only case led by high school students. Mr. Baker grew up with stories about the walkout at Robert Russa Moton High School, the public school closings that followed Brown and the five-year fight to get them reopened. The five year war of attrition between Governor Harry Byrd, Mr. Baker's parents, aunts, uncles, cousins and other black high school students broke the Byrd Machine, which had ruled Virginia politics for over 40 years.

Shock Exchange is the most influential book in the country. It's been plagiarized by Obama , the Senate Finance Committee, House Ways & Means Committee, Bank of International Settlements. Where do you think Trump's "Huuuge infrastructure investing idea" came from? 

 
Virginia Students Argue To Remove Harry Byrd Statue From State Capitol PDF Print E-mail

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Shock Exchange: How Inner-City Kids From Brooklyn Predicted the Great Recession and the Pain Ahead describes how kids predicted the last recession and the one on the horizon. I also chronicles author Ralph Baker's background growing up in Prince Edward County, VA where governor Harry Byrd closed the public schools from 1959 - 1964 rather than integrate according to the Brown vs Board of Education decision. Byrd ruled Virginia politics for over 40 years via the vaunted Byrd Machine. He was also thought of as being a great governor/senator and an excellent politician. However, after Shock Exchange, "Byrd" will become synonymous with a curse word in the state of Virginia. Now Virginia high school students are debating whether or not to remove Byrd's statue from the state capitol. Wow! Look how far my state has come.

 
Valeant: Will Pearson's Wife Spend $30MM While He's Locked Up? PDF Print E-mail
Image Last month ex-Valeant CEO Mike Pearson nearly broke the Internet when he sued the company for $30 million in withheld shares. With Pearson at the helm, VRX fell from over $200 per share to under $30. A Senate sub-committee accused Valeant of price-gouging --- increasing prices for Syprine and Cuprimine (treatments for Wilson Disease) by 3,100% and 5,700% over a 5 year period. The company has been sued for insurance fraud and insider trading (amongst others) that could cost Valeant billions. It is reeling under $28 billion in debt, while revenue and EBITDA are in free fall. The question remains, "How will Pearson's wife spend his money while he's locked up?"
 
If Only Kendall Jenner Had Given Virginia Governor Harry Byrd A Pepsi? PDF Print E-mail
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Longshanks of Virginia
The Pepsi commercial featuring Kendall Jenner handing a Pepsi to police in riot gear nearly broke the Internet. There was outrage from the black community and righteous indignation from populists movements worldwide. Pepsi and Kendall are trying to co-opt the Black Lives Movement, and uprisings against police brutality for their own gain. The commercial shows that after joining a protest against police brutality, brave Kendall approaches the riot police, who are standing around with stern faces. After receiving the Pepsi the police officer is miraculously transformed. He now realizes that "black lives do matter." If only Virginia Senator Harry F. Byrd had been given a Pepsi back in the 1950s. Maybe he would would have understood the damages of segregation ... maybe he would not have closed Robert R. Moton High School in Prince Edward County, and denied my parents an education.
 
Pepsi, Kendall Jenner Just Tried To Televise The Revolution PDF Print E-mail
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Gil Scott Heron
In 1970 poet and rapper Gil Scott Heron boldly protested, "The revolution will not be televised ... The revolution will not be brought to you by Xerox in four parts without commercial interruption." My how things have changed. Corporate America has let a few blacks live the good life, the Kardashians have let a few blacks expand their brand and now they think they can conflate "the revolution" with their own brands. Earlier this week Kendall Jenner appeared in a Pepsi-sponsored commercial pretending to protest alongside Black Lives Matter . She diffused any potential stand between protesters and riot police by offering a policeman a Pepsi. You couldn't make this stuff up.
 
Valeant Is Cracking PDF Print E-mail
Image Valeant (VRX) has been seeking to divest iNova, its Australian drug subsidiary, for several months now. Market chatter suggested it was looking for a $1 billion price tag or higher. Preliminary bids imply the sale could fall short of the company's expectations. The company could be forced to keep the brand and explain to investors how it will pare its $28 billion debt load at 8x EBITDA.
 
Isaiah Hicks Makes Shock Exchange Eat His Words PDF Print E-mail
Image My UNC Tarheels took the cake Monday night with a 71-65 victory over the Gonzaga Bulldogs. It was grind it out affair for the 'heels and a total team effort. UNC separated itself down the stretch with its size and length. Justin Jackson, Kennedy Meeks, Isaiah Hicks, and Tony Bradley got put backs and easy baskets, while Gonzaga had to scrap for everything on the other end. The play of the game came from Hicks. With less than 2 minutes to play and the shot clock running down, Hicks rose for a short jumper and waiting for the defender to jump. He then hung in the air for a double-pump lay in that took the wind out of Zags' sails. In the name of James Worthy! He also made the Shock Exchange eat his words after dragging Hicks for going 1-12 in the Final Four:
 
Tarheels Take The Cake! PDF Print E-mail
Image The North Carolina Tarheels defeated a game Gonzaga team for 71-65 for the NCAA tournament. Overall it was a sloppily played game and neither team played well. There wasn't much flow to a game marked by poor decisions and silly foul calls from the refs. Gonzaga took a slim lead into the half but Carolina came out on a quick run to take a four point lead. The turning point in the game came when Gonzaga big man Zach Collins fouled out late in the second half. Gonzaga's other two big men -- Jonathan Williams and Przemek Karnowski -- were already in foul trouble. Nigel Williams-Goss tried to win it for Zags on some crafty drives to the basket, and big 3-pointer that put Gonzaga up by 1-point with less than 4 minutes left. However, Carolina's length inside -- Jackson, Meeks, Hicks, and Bradley -- allowed the Tarheels to get easy baskets down the stretch and seal the deal.
 
UNC's Isaiah Hicks Outscored Shock Exchange By 2 Points PDF Print E-mail
Image The Shock Exchange is a big Carolina fan dating back to the days of Charlie Scott, Phil Ford, Mitch Kupchak, Tommy Lagarde, et. al. He hopes the Tarheels reign victorious over Gonzaga Monday night. UNC has more talent than Gonzaga, but they had more talent than Villanova last year and Oregon in Saturday's Final Four ... look how those games turned out. Carolina tends to play to the level of their competition. They had Oregon out-manned and outgunned yet only one by 1 point. Isaiah Hicks went 1-12 and most of those shots were lay ups or chip shots from five feet or closer. With Justin Jackson and Kennedy Meeks drawing major attention, Hicks should have gone HAMM. Instead, he only scored 2 points more than the Shock Exchange ... and SE didn't even play.
 
Perks Of A College Prostitute ... Get To Hang Out With Bill Clinton PDF Print E-mail
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Acacia Friedman with Bill Clinton
Samara Charlotin and Acacia Friedman are two college students catching the business for being high-priced prostitutes. Charlotin attends Florida International University (FIU) and Friedman attends the University of Miami. While a judge and the Coral Gables, FL community have lambasted the girls and encouraged them to focus on their studies, apparently prostitution has its perks. You get to hang out with former president Bill Clinton.
 
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