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<p>Jarrette Fellows, Jr. is Publisher and Editor of Compton Herald. He attended junior and senior high school in Compton, and is an alumnus of California State University, Los Angeles.</p>

Compton Herald | love

"Romance’s fire keeps love alive because it is unquenchable when the flames are stoked"

Compton Herald | hell

"Vents of volcanic rage and magma flows; a vast cauldron of molten magma waiting to singe eternally those uninitiated to the living Word."

Compton Herald |

North Korea estimated to have enough plutonium for 6-to-8 plutonium based warheads, as of 2016

Compton Herald | equality

One generation of Black Americans dies on the cold battlefields of strange foreign lands, while another generation perishes on the cold streets of America

Compton Herald | dotard

If you didn’t think President Trump could take presidential politics any lower than he has — guess again.