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The collapse of Detroit’s auto industry, specifically Chrysler LCC, General Motors Corporation and Ford Motor Company, caused a tremendous ripple effect throughout the region and it stretched all the way to Washington D.C.  The auto industry is one that is too large to fail in many ways. The history of the industry reflects how important … Continue reading

“I didn’t always smoke Winston”…but when I did, I died?
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“I didn’t always smoke Winston”…but when I did, I died?


Lung cancer. Emphysema. Heart disease. Stroke. Asthma. These are just some of the disease that smoking causes. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “Cigarette smoking causes more than 440,000 deaths each year in the US. This is about one in five deaths”. These deaths are preventable. What compels America to continue … Continue reading

One Nation, Under Surveillance
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One Nation, Under Surveillance


The fate of the United States of America was forever changed on September 11, 2001. As the Twin Towers fell, and hope seemed to be lost, America vowed that similar terrorist attacks would never occur again. 45 days later, the USA PATRIOT Act—Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct … Continue reading

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60 Seconds to Improve the World: Creating Sane and Happy Children


The fast approaching holiday season has brought a lot of news media coverage on black friday chaos and commotion. One article I read about some of the sadistic, psychotic and tragic events that occurred this past weekend made me stop and think “how mentally stable is America?” It was an article about a woman in Chicago … Continue reading