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A Case For US Infrastructure

By: Astrid F. Kowlessar


US infrastructure policy has failed dismally over the past two decades. The nation’s decision makers must agree that American roads, bridges, plumbing systems and public buildings are falling apart. A trip to most of American urban centers leaves all in shock and wonderment at the failure of prior US governments to upkeep basic infrastructure needs […]

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To all those wide-eyed millennials looking for a break

By: Ziad K. Abdelnour


It breaks my heart to see millions of millennials still chasing rainbows and hoping that the US government or a cartoon character such as Berne Sanders or crooked Hillary Clinton were ever going to change their lives. Maybe it is time to grow up folks and grow some too and realize that no one is […]

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BREAKSIT

By: William A. Wheatley


That’s what I call the Brexit vote – “Breaksit.” It breaks stereotypes, it cuts across demographics, it astounds the pundits, and it breaks the unity of a pseudo-government called the European Union. It breaks preconceptions. Brexit was a rebellion by the people of England against an overbearing, uncontrollable, unaccountable socialist bureaucracy without adequate checks and […]

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