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Archives for May 2013

Wildlife Managers: Keeping the Earth a Valuable Asset

There are so many debates. There is so much misinformation. From Congress to ranchers to the new battle brewing over re-opening horse slaughterhouses, it seems that the overall subject of wildlife management and control is constantly in the news and under scrutiny. Therefore, a look at the basics – the core reason why wildlife managers […]

The Constantly Transforming Social Media Landscape

The word ‘statistics’ causes everything from the rolling of the eyes to the very few out there who know, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that statistics mean money. Yes, there is instinct, hard work, determination – all of those are talents that are needed when it comes to making money in your chosen industry. […]

Managing Your Property 365 Days a Year

There are many subjects to focus on when it comes to land management; spring/summer plantings, keeping native vegetation healthy, selecting the correct food crops, the building of access roads, and the list goes on. The main goal is to achieve the best results and provide optimal care for the wildlife consistently – 365 days a […]

Dauntless Innovative Audacious Luminary Wit

I now grasp when I admit to my fears I energize my guile to dial my dauntless innovative audacious luminary wit to intrepidly impress to me it’s in my highest grandeur to admit… To my inner sh-t authorizing my negative sh-t to hit the fan to be dispersed into fertilizing my winsome wise as I […]

Pond Management 101: Turning That Watering Hole Into a Thriving Ocean

  Just like people, no two ponds are exactly alike, which means management is necessary in order for the pond to thrive. Everything from fertilization that will enhance food availability for fish, to adding stock, to harvesting measures that will both control weeds and maintain the ratio of predator versus prey, needs to be thought […]

The Red, White & Blue Factor in the Indy 500

The Indy 500 is an international event that Americans have actually dominated, winning the majority of the races. An unbeatable record of twenty-two straight wins by Americans began with the triumphant A.J. Foyt back in 1967 and didn’t end until 1988, when a very happy Rick Mears took it all. Unfortunately, when 1989 appeared and […]

The Debate Between NASCAR and IndyCar: The Quest to be King

Yes, there are differences between IndyCar and NASCAR, and these differences seem to still be a subject of debate whenever the Indianapolis 500 comes around. A rookie by the name of A.J. Allmendinger (who started fifth in the Indy 500 on Sunday) already ran the Daytona 500 four times during his Sprint Cup career. But […]

5-31 Kam’s Kapsules

OPENING THIS WEEK Kam’s Kapsules: Weekly Previews That Make Choosing a Film Fun by Kam Williams For movies opening May 31, 2013 BIG BUDGET FILMS After Earth (PG-13 for action violence and disturbing images) M. Night Shyamalan directs this post-apocalyptic, sci-fi saga about a military general (Will Smith) with a teenage son (Jaden Smith) who […]

The Loving Story DVD Review

The Loving Story  DVD Review by Kam Williams Headline: Documentary Chronicles Supreme Court Case Legalizing Interracial Marriage Soon after Mildred Jeter and Richard Loving tied the knot in Washington, DC on June 2, 1958, they decided to move back to their tiny hometown of Central Point, Virginia to settle down and start a family. The […]

Michelle Rhee Interview

Michelle Rhee  The “Radical” Interview with Kam Williams Headline: Reading, Writing and Rhee Michelle Rhee was born on Christmas Day, 1969 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. A first-generation Korean-American descended from a long line of educators, she embarked on a career as a teacher in inner-city Baltimore soon after graduating from Cornell University with a BA […]