Thursday, December 14, 2017
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Alleviate Poverty in America by Expanding Outreach

Have we spent too many years overlooking the real challenges of our economy? Are there still too many of us living from paycheck to...

Can Minorities Benefit From Non-Partisan Approach to Governing?

Politics is an interesting blood sport. So much of what the media and the punditry are saying about the presidential nominees has little to...

Heating Oil Prices Start To Climb As Fall, Winter Set In

Residential heating oil prices were on the increase as the nation moves...

Our Economic Growth Requires a Middle Class Tax Cut

Our colleagues across the aisle have apparently forgotten the basics of economics. It is at times frustrating if not disheartening that the Republican Party...

Generation Opportunity: Can Obama, Romney Connect with Ohio’s Millennials?

Generation Opportunity, an advocacy group that engages young professionals, college students, and other young adults, yesterday released results from a survey that assessed the...

Cell Phone Use May Not Be Health Risk, But Use Caution

The Norwegian Institute of Public Health recently published health news regarding cell phone use that may put a number of wireless subscribers at ease:...

President Obama Doesn’t Want to Be Apollo Creed

In the movie, Rocky II, the character Apollo Creed got a rematch with the character Rocky Balboa for the heavyweight championship of the world....

Julius Genachowski Raises Concerns About Data Caps

GigaCom reported last week that Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski appears to be concerned about the use of data caps by wireless service...

Mitt Romney’s 47%: GOP Nominee Talks Freeloaders and “Victims” in Video

Governor Mitt Romney’s statement before a room full of potential campaign contributors and donors about America’s 47 percent more than gave MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell...

50 Days Left: Yemen, Lehman, Libya: How a Lucky Barack Obama...

Political analysts love to find ‘critical moments’ in political campaigns where ‘everything changed.’ In 1992, it was when George H.W. Bush looked at his...