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Author: Tonny Rutakirwa

Book Review #76

Background Information The Invisible Man was authored and published by Ralph Waldo Ellison in 1952. Ralph was born in 1913 and rose to become one of the most renowned American novelists and literary critics. One of Ralph’s inspiration for Invisible Man was his experience at the Tuskegee Institute. After applying to the institute twice without […]

Acres of Diamonds by Russell Conwell

When going down the Tigris and Euphrates rivers many years ago with a party of English travelers I found myself under the direction of an old Arab guide whom we hired up at Baghdad, and I have often thought how that guide resembled our barbers in certain mental characteristics. He thought that it was not […]

Book Review #75

Have you ever heard of the Butterfly Effect? If not, let me give you a glimpse of what it entails. In its most basic form, the butterfly effect asserts that small things can enforce vast non-linear impacts on a complex system. Even the simplest of systems can be impacted by few variables to result in […]

Stalingrad Speech by Adolf Hitler

My German fellow-countrymen and women! Party Comrades! It is, I think, something very extraordinary when a man after about 20 years can stand before his old followers, and when in doing so he has not had to make any revisions of his program during these 20 years. Today’s gathering, however, reminds us most of all […]

Book Review #74

If you haven’t read Ray Dalio’s book titled “Principles for navigating big debt crisis,” then you may not understand some perspective in relation to big debts. However, if you have gone through the book from scratch to finish, you will most likely better understand the big debt crisis, which is entirely different from what you […]

The Hill We Climb by Amanda Gorman

Mr President, Dr. Biden, Madam Vice President, Mr Emhoff, Americans and the world,   When day comes, we ask ourselves, where can we find light in this never-ending shade? The loss we carry. A sea we must wade. We braved the belly of the beast. We’ve learned that quiet isn’t always peace, and the norms […]

Book Review #73

The year 2020 will forever be remembered for one thing; the Coronavirus. Seemingly out of nowhere, the virus came and shattered society as we knew it, introducing a new era, The Social distancing era. Viruses are microscopic, so it’s a wonder in itself how something so small can cause so much havoc. This book breaks […]

Cross of Gold Speech by William Jennings Bryan

Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the Convention: I would be presumptuous, indeed, to present myself against the distinguished gentlemen to whom you have listened if this were mere measuring of abilities; but this is not a contest between persons. The humblest citizen in all the land, when clad in the armor of a righteous cause, […]

How Many Times Can Aluminum Be Recycled? Here’s the Answer!

In a world where recycling and sustainability are high on the agenda, we start to look at what we can actually recycle in order to move toward greater sustainability. Questions like how many times can aluminum be recycled, among many other questions arise. So in this article, my monthly statement edition, I’m focussing on one […]

Book Review #72

If you are familiar with Jared Diamond, you know what to expect in this book with a very catchy title. If you aren’t familiar, here is a quick introduction for you. Jared Diamond is an American geographer, historian, and anthropologist. He is the author of popular books in human evolution and human history. ‘Guns, Germs […]