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We have our answers on who will lead the country now that the 2012 election cycle is complete. President Barack Obama earned another term in office. The House of Representatives will continue to be led by Republicans, and the Senate … Continue reading
We as a nation have to do something about Occupy Wall Street. It isn’t just a case of “get them bums some jobs” as I had cynically and sarcastically suggested the other day. It is a case of doing something … Continue reading
Has the Arab Spring finally reached US shores? The Occupy Wall Street protests have really struck a nerve this fall, having resonated with thousands of members in communities spanning cities across America. Much like the Tea-Party movement (before it got … Continue reading