People throughout the country are struggling with how to handle the powerful emotions evoked by the scenes of destruction in the aftermath of the recent hurricanes.
Notwithstanding the fact that so far neither Senator Hillary Clinton nor Senator Barack Obama could proclaim the victory of the presidential primaries after the Super Tuesday, Best-Relationship-Advice is, however, prepared to make a bold and definitive advice…
Americans want Congress to work together to end the crisis of the uninsured. Lawmakers must talk to each other so that they can develop a meaningful solution to the problem.
the world should come to an end before the general election of 2012 which would render all of these considerations mut
A recession by any definition remains untoward struggle and pain. Ask the lower and middle classes in America
Some Christans today are rejoicing at the bloodshed in the Middle East, believing that it’s a sign of the Second Coming. This illustrates some peoples desire to find simple answers to complex issues coupled with an erroneous conception of the Bible. Complex issues usually require complex solutions. However, when the Bible gets involved or invoked, the issue gets a little thornier.
Americans must decide whether they want a fresh new start in everything politics, and whether we want someone indebted to no one
As the nation sputters forward into a new problem of illegal immigrants, neo-conservatism and budget crisis we must wonder what to make of it all. The signals are confusing.
The following article reveals information on the present crisis in Iran and several means to resolve it.
Dr. Reyes contends that our government continually acknowledges that its not a matter of if we are attacked again, but when. The rising risk of a terrorist attack is real.
Eight (8) people lay dead in the street because no one listens to momma
Between 1989 and 1993 more than 95,000 Lhotshampas (Bhutanese Nepali-speaking Hindus of Nepali origin who live(d) in the southern plains of Bhutan), nearly a sixth of the kingdom’s total population of approximately 600,000 have been forced to leave or forcibly evicted from the country by the Bhutanese Government.