Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Blog Page 862
In the end, the markets, as they should have in the first place may have to decide AIG's fate.
As the demand for content on the Web grows exponentially, we are seeing a corresponding increase in opportunities for the healthcare world to provide services and information for patients/consumers. Phrases such as “high speed” and “3G” are entering mainstream...

The Making of a Black Tea Party?

Lately, a growing number of Republican-leaning, independent voters have been speaking out against the Obama administration's policy agenda.  This national phenomenon has become better know as the "Tea Party,"  which a couple of weeks ago had their first convention in...
In the week since the New York Times article "In Black Caucus, a Fund-Raising Powerhouse" appeared, there has been a lot of chatter around the web about some of the story's more salacious details. Many of these conversations, for...
The arrival of the first African American President of the United States and his family to Washington D.C. has had a major impact on the city's social scene. While long known as "Chocolate City," people of color are firmly entrenched among the...
As the saying goes, all politics is local, but there are plenty of opportunities for local politicians to work on the national stage. Legislation handed down in Washington is ultimately administered by state and local governments, and now more than ever these...

Obama: The Hope Slope

If greed and patience don’t mix then certainly idealism and patience can be equally incompatible. The first assertion is what’s got us in this economic mess in the first place.  The second is why President Barack Obama’s popularity and the...