November 2014

The Ravens’ Resurgence – Who and How?

Never has one man done more for a team than Ray Lewis has done for the Baltimore Ravens. Since his arrival in Baltimore in the 1996 NFL Draft, Forbes have stated that Lewis′ tenure in the city has likely accounted… Continue Reading →

Human Breast Milk from Genetically Altered Cows

In a nation where formula is the preferred nutrient for infants, a healthier alternative to both traditional breast milk and formula may be available globally within the next ten years. A team of scientists from State Key Laboratories for Agro… Continue Reading →

Kate Hudson and Matthew Bellamy Welcome Their First Newborn Together

Republicans’ Attack Obama on Economy, Welfare (Part 1)

Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney and many other Republicans have been criticizing President Obama for what they consider to be failed economic policies and are accusing him of trying to get rid of work requirements in order to receive… Continue Reading →

Michelle Obama’s Youth Trip to Africa Raises Criticism

Home » World News » Africa » Michelle Obama’s Youth Trip to Africa Raises Criticism   Share| For one week in late June, first lady Michelle Obama visited South Africa. This trip highlights the value of South Africa′s partner with… Continue Reading →

Scientist’s Job Threatened As a Result Of Troubling Research

Tucson, U.S.A. — U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rules on small particulate-matter air pollutants (PM2.5) cost the economy billions of dollars. The justification for these costly, job-destroying rules is challenged in the winter 2012 issue of the Journal of American Physicians and… Continue Reading →

‘Vampire Academy’ Fangs Puncture Rather than Bite: Review

For a film that takes thinly veiled sideswipes at teen saga ‘Twilight’, Mark Waters′ ‘Vampire Academy’, also a novel-to-movie adaptation, is quite the hypocrite. Moviemakers often parlay vampirism as an excuse for soft porn (owing, as popularized by Stephenie Meyer,… Continue Reading →

Howard Checks Out in Orlando’s 96-80 Loss to Knicks

After one of the more brutally honest and awkward interviews in recent sports history on Thursday afternoon, involving Orlando Magic head coach Stan Van Gundy and All Star Center Dwight Howard, the last thing their team needed that night was… Continue Reading →

Election Demographics 2012: The Latino Vote

Perhaps the largest minority voting bloc with the biggest impact are Hispanics. Hispanics have quickly become one of the largest demographics in the United States and in recent years have grown significantly in size. In North Carolina alone from 2000… Continue Reading →

NAACP Opening Speech: Mired in the Past of Race

€œWe Shall Not Be Moved.€ That was both the slogan and feeling at the 104th National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) convention in Orlando, Florida. Repeated strong and loud, like a line reminiscent of old Negro spirituals, the mantra… Continue Reading →

Charity to Raise Funds for Farmers Stricken by Drought

Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A. — Farm Aid has activated its Family Farm Disaster Fund to raise funds to provide relief for farm families whose crops and farmland are being devastated by the country’s worst drought in more than 50 years. “Our… Continue Reading →

The Dr. Oz Show Examines How to Heal After the Unthinkable

New York, U.S.A. — As our nation reels from the terrible events in Newtown, Connecticut, The Dr. Oz Show will offer a special broadcast Monday, December 17, that will examine the issues many people face upon learning of the shooting on Friday. Because of… Continue Reading →

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