Armstrong Williams

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When debt becomes a life sentence: the rise of terminal debt

Debt is quickly becoming a new form of modern slavery in this country. With people becoming increasingly more willing to spend on consumer items and lifestyle enhancements before they actually earn the money, debt is increasingly common.

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Protectors of The Future

As a real estate investor, my partners and I own properties around the world from Puerto Vallarta to the South of France in a rustic Mediterranean village called Eze and at Le Son Net on the Island of Mallorca in Spain.

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Anguilla attack shows Scott Hapgood is an American hero

It is a nightmare scenario that could happen to any American abroad—being attacked by an armed assailant in your own hotel room and forced to defend yourself only to be arrested and thrown in jail like a common criminal for protecting your family.

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What does AG Barr’s declassification authority really mean?

Together, as a grateful nation of free people, we reflect on this recent Memorial Day weekend to honor the legions of uniformed service members across the span of our nation’s history, men and women who answered the call to duty to defend our nation from all enemies both foreign and domestic.

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Scholastic meritocracy

With all of the high profile reports of corruption within the college admissions process surfacing, it is apparent that there is not always scholastic meritocracy. Asian-Americans are being routinely discriminated against, throttled in their admissions, despite their statistically higher performance in both course work and pre-college entrance exams.

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Let’s Shoot The Right People

By the time it was all said and done, a young man lay dead in his own apartment, shot once in the chest by an off-duty police officer who apparently mistook his apartment for her own.

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Israel’s Sheba Medical Center is a global giant

Once again, Israel is at the helm of discovering another monumental medical breakthrough.

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Why political emancipation without economic independence is incomplete freedom

I recently had the pleasure of being invited by Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser to speak at a breakfast gathering honoring DC Emancipation Day, where we celebrated the 157th anniversary of Lincoln’s formal emancipation of over 3,000 enslaved individuals in the District, on April 16, 1862.

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Benjamin Netanyahu’s re-election is a win for Israel and the United States

The dust has settled, the votes have been counted and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been re-elected to serve Israel for a record-setting fifth term.

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What Trump’s Fed nominations say about the U.S. economy

President Trump’s latest nominees to the Federal Reserve’s board of governors typify the president’s outside-the-box approach to executive decision-making.

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