July 2012

Poor Economy Sends a Double Punch to Young Americans in January

Generation Opportunity President Paul T. Conway, former Chief of Staff of the U.S. Department of Labor under Secretary Elaine L. Chao, responds to the January 2012 jobs numbers report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics: “Young Americans, including young veterans who have honorably… Continue Reading →

Rachel Holder Joins Campaign Against Texting and Driving

Dallas, U.S.A. — Texting and driving has become a national epidemic that causes 11 teen deaths every day in the United States.  This deadly problem has inspired the launch of a new No Text and Drive campaign, sponsored by The Time Group, which kicked… Continue Reading →

Lung Cancer Alliance Praises Senator Scott Brown for Support

On December 19, Lung Cancer Alliance (LCA) praised Senator Scott Brown for his support for the first comprehensive lung cancer legislation now pending action in the Senate and the House of Representatives. The Lung Cancer Mortality Reduction Act, S. 752 and… Continue Reading →

Anime Boston – Funimation Industry Panel

Funimation held an extended panel this year at Anime Boston in order to include some stories of how anime had affected fans′ lives and helped them pull through hard times. They also used the time to announce several new streaming… Continue Reading →

Godzilla Returns in All Its Former Glory: Review

Recently premiered €˜Godzilla′ by €˜Monsters′ (2010) director Gareth Edwards had a lot to redeem after its Roland Emmerich-helmed predecessor of 1998, but without much strain, audiences were treated to a genuine and well-produced installment of the iconic monster franchise. We… Continue Reading →

Foxconn Admits Employing Underage Labor

Foxconn, a Taiwanese multinational electronics manufacturing company, has officially admitted that it hired under-aged children workers illegally for its factory in China. According to Foxconn′s statement released on October 16, its factory in Shantung area, China, hired children aged from 14… Continue Reading →

Alejandro Rodriguez: Nothing to Third Base

The Andro baseball steroid scandal, that set the sport against the Congressional government to lose all the leading heroes of the Millennium to the dustbin of cheating, is touching its last. New York and the world waited breathlessly to hear… Continue Reading →

Congressmen Anthony Weiner, Potential Death By Twitter

Dr. Richard Merkin Sponsors The “Go Viral To Improve Health”

Dr. Richard Merkin, President and CEO of Heritage Provider Network, has announced sponsoring the “Go Viral To Improve Health” prize competition with the Institute of Medicine and the National Academy of Engineering in Washington, DC. “Go Viral To Improve Health” challenges undergraduate… Continue Reading →

MEEP!: A New Tablet Designed Just for Kids ‹ The Toonari Post – News, Powered by the People!

Tualatin, U.S.A — Cutting edge technology, durability, interactive content, a design made just for kids and a full line of action-packed accessories. The MEEP! tablet from Oregon Scientific has it all. The new 7-inch, Android 4.0 (‘Ice Cream Sandwich’) tablet is Wi-Fi enabled and… Continue Reading →

A New Age of Exploration: National Geographic at 125

Washington, U.S.A. — In a publishing first for National Geographic magazine, each copy of the January 2013 issue will feature five covers highlighting the Society’s 125th anniversary theme, “A New Age of Exploration.” The multiple covers will be included in the worldwide English-language edition and… Continue Reading →

Earth Day Dallas: Texans Go Green

Dallas, U.S.A. – With more than 500 exhibitors and a notable lineup of speakers, musicians and films, Earth Day Dallas ( ) brought more than 58,000 North Texans to Fair Park on April 21 and 22. For the second year in a row, the nonprofit… Continue Reading →

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