D.S. Brown

Aspiring critical thinker, author, motivational speaker, prime motivator.
D.S. Brown has written 45 posts for The American Citizen's Daily

Why Should America Stick Its Nose in Syria?

Syria has been in turmoil for two years.  The people there are mired in a civil war that is hideously violent.  I look at what is happening over there and my heart aches.  However, the question I consider as a citizen of the United States of America is whether or not my country should see … Continue reading


The 2013 National BDPA Technology Conference was August 13th through the 18th in our nation’s capital Washington D.C.   If you were not there, you should have been.  Let me take but a minute to explain to you, share with you the great moments you missed, share with you the moments of personal clarity, and why … Continue reading

Is Small Government Destroying Your Children?

What is the role of the Government? Here, in the United States the Constitution states that we must endeavor as a nation to maintain a government of the people, by the people, that is clearly for the people.  The duties of this government are to establish justice, ensure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, … Continue reading


Take a look at the image above.  Take a really good look at it.  Does it look hot?  Do you find it intriguing?  Does it make you stop and take pause?  Hmmm … I’m certain it does. The picture was brought to my attention in dramatic fashion by Roland Martin who delivered a powerful speech … Continue reading

Why Is Don Lemon Catching Hell?

Let me start by reminding everyone what the hallmark of the critical thinker is, it is the sincere ability to seek to understand the perspectives of others, most especially when that perspective is diametrically or even violently opposed to your own.  With that clear understanding let me first say that the title on this article … Continue reading

Can I Really Use LinkedIn To Get A Job?

In an age when connectivity has evolved into something so powerful as to topple nations such questions seem almost asinine.  Still, it helps to ask the question if only to clarify the answer. The power provided to us by WEB 2.0 tools is unprecedented.  It has created unheard of connectivity, brand new social paradigms, communicative constructs … Continue reading


A jury of six people found George Zimmerman not guilty of murdering Travyon Martin. I wanted to take a few days to let the decision rest on my mind and my soul before writing. I wanted to see the responses and let the emotion run through me, to let go of the festering anger and … Continue reading

America Supports The Egyptian Coup

A very wise person once told me you can’t force democracy onto another nation.  Democracy and representative rule is no easy thing.  It may be easy in comprehension, desire, and want, but it is incredibly complicated in execution.  Even America, the beacon of democracy exists and evolves in a constant state of upheaval between wants … Continue reading

The Irrational Hate For Travyon Martin

A few years ago I was jogging in my neighborhood and two white guys in a truck sped by coming close to me.  They yelled out the window, “Nigger, go back to Africa!”   Amazingly enough, two weeks later I was jogging and a man in a coupe drove by and yelled out the window, “Go … Continue reading

Are You Fit For The Job?

The job market is improving.  There is absolutely no doubt about it.  However, given the fluctuations of available jobs and the regions of the country in which jobs are even available, not to mention the required skills set, one must ask …are you a fit for the job? Over the years, and most especially in … Continue reading

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