What does Republican presidential hopeful Governor Rick Perry (R-Texas) have in common with Rhode Island, one of the bluest states in the U.S.? You could probably respond to that... Read More →
America marked 10 years at war Oct. 7, 2011. Some 6,279 soldiers have died since the war was declared in 2001. Another 46,162 soldiers have been wounded.
Why are... Read More →
Some of the most vocal and frightening fringe elements currently in the public eye are now presenting themselves in the form of ultra-conservative portions of the Republican Party and... Read More →
I would like to add my voice to the many others in support of higher education.
Recent editorials in The Oklahoman, by Carl Edwards, President of the Greater Oklahoma... Read More →
A new study conducted by the American Academy of Pediatrics has indicated a link between an increase in child abuse and economic recessions.
The recent study has mirrored the... Read More →
On Sept. 8, President Barack Obama announced before a joint session of Congress the American Jobs Act. He has been touring states notorious for their positions as swing states... Read More →
Fast food restaurants have recently expressed their desire to have a part in the federal food stamps program.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) created the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance... Read More →
House Speaker John Boehner has dissed the President of the United States again.
For those who are unaware, President Barack Obama wanted to make a speech before the joint... Read More →
Over the past several months, the world has watched with growing excitement and respect as the citizens of several Middle Eastern and African dictatorships have risen up and thrown... Read More →
After decades of living under oppressive dictatorships, the Middle East has recently experienced a revolutionary uprising as citizens stake their rightful claim to democracy.
While this writer is hopeful... Read More →