Author Archives: Denaye

BOSS Up’s Entrepreneurship Summit was a hit

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“Boss up is a way of life. When you boss up you stop thinking of yourself as a consumer and start thinking of yourself as a producer.” – Dr. Michael H Casson Jr, Director of University Center for Economic Development and International Trade at Delaware State University.    This past weekend, Boss UP held its […]

The Wilds is potentially a good show but the stereotypes are so loud it ruins it

The Wilds Stereotypes

*This article contains spoiler alerts*   During quarantine, I haven’t watched much tv…   I’ve been watching documentaries and movies. Documentaries for raw story-telling and movies for entertainment and craftsmanship. TV series always let me down. Once great shows become a pile of confusion and W.T.F.  moments. Plot holes, poor character development, and age-old stereotypes […]

6 Key Elements of Biden’s American Rescue Plan

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Last night, president-elect Joe Biden revealed his Rescue and Recovery plan to the public. Biden calls for ‘unity’ and togetherness, urging politicians and Americans to come together and “take action” to beat the Coronvarious Pandemic. As the wealth gap increases, millions of Americans are either unemployed or have been tragically affected by the pandemic. “The […]

The underwhelming stimulus payout is crumbs for the unemployed in America

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What is going on in America? Besides the Trump-coup fiasco and Covid-19? Job loss a.k.a. unemployment.  According to the ADP private payroll report, U.S. employers cut 123,000 non-government jobs in December. What makes things worse, researchers project “dark days” are ahead in 2021. This means more Americans without jobs while bills skyrocket. In return, due […]

WW1984: Message was Good but the Film Fell Flat

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The anticipation for WW1984 began after the official trailer released in August. It was the movie we were all waiting for—that would give us hope and inspiration during the pandemic. Sadly, WW1984 doesn’t meet fans’ and moviegoers’ expectations. It fell flat. The goofy 1980s overtones and theme made the first half of the movie difficult […]

Kevin Samuels and the problem with relationship expert pimps

Kevin Samuels

I know by now everyone has seen the viral video of Kevin Samuels, relationship coach, giving crass advice to a young woman. It has been shared many times on Social Media and got hot on Worldstar. Kevin brutally mistreated the young woman who called in on his show seeking relationship advice. He attacked her looks, […]

5 Interview Questions That You Didn’t Think to Prepare For

Job interview questions

You apply for your dream job. Days later, you get a call back from the hiring manager. They like you and want to interview you as soon as possible. Of course, you are stoked, but a part of you is anxious. A job like this could change your life: financial security, benefits, and opportunity for […]

Independent voters look to change the political process by rejecting both parties

Independent Voters

What we currently know and think about independent voters is meshed with many myths and half-truths. Independent voters have been mischaracterized by the media and disenfranchised by the political system. They are neither retired republicans nor ‘undecided’ voters like we are led to believe. As everyday Americans, they carry their own set of beliefs and […]

Meet Spike Cohen Libertarian’s VP

Spike Cohen VP

Durham, NC I drove from Apex to Durham, a 45-minute drive, to see Libertarian Vice Presidential Candidate Spike Cohen’s election rally. I didn’t know what to expect, all I knew was I had to go there for multiple of reasons:  This year has been the most trying year of my life and I’m tired. After […]

Key Topics of the Vice Presidential Debate

Vice Presidential debate

The Vice Presidential debate was what the American people wanted and hoped for (that the people running for president could not deliver). Senator Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence, for the most part, delivered with poise.  But like any other political debate there were holes, deflected answers, personal attacks, inflated facts, and questions that […]