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May 2015

Is a Degree Still Worth Anything?

The economic crisis has raised unemployment, universities have reduced their available spots, and tuition is becoming inaccessible to the poor and middle class. So, is a college education really worth it? Students must be certain that they want to go to a college… Continue Reading →

Mario Balotelli, Another Eventful Week for the Manchester City Striker

Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli has capped off another memorable week with revelations of prostitutes followed by a roadside prang in the space of just 24 hours. The Italian hit headlines on Wednesday, when his agent, Mino Raiola, confirmed that… Continue Reading →

The Black Keys and The Killers Light Up Frequency′s Opening

Frequency Festival, the yearly event that takes place in St. Poelten, Austria, started on August 15, with a roaring welcome day. The festival is organized by Skalar Entertainment GmbH. It is the gathering of music lovers from all around Europe… Continue Reading →

China′s Eco Tourism Today

Eco tourism is a still growing market, with tourists gaining a growing awareness of the carbon footprints on the countries through which they are traveling. China, a country still suffering a reputation as one of the most polluted countries in… Continue Reading →

Growing Up in BMX: The Trey Jones Interview

Trey Jones was always the young rider that everyone had their eye on. As Trey grew, anyone could tell that he had what it took to ride a BMX bike. So, it was no surprise that as he grew up… Continue Reading →

Interview with Lanze Spears, Creator of €˜20-Something′

Toonari Post was fortunate enough to be able to interview the writer and producer of the inspirational series €˜20-Something,′ Lanze Spears. He talks about what inspired him to produce this documentary, how the experience helped him as a film maker… Continue Reading →

Secretary of Defense Announces Control of the Missile Defense Agency

Alexandria, U.S.A. — Riki Ellison, Chairman and Founder of the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance (MDAA) commented on the announcement of the first U.S. Navy nomination for director of the Missile Defense Agency, Rear Adm. James D. Syring for appointment to… Continue Reading →

Realtor to Make a 700 Mile Ride on His Bicycle to Make a Point

Having sold houses for a living for 24 years, Vick Dyer has faithfully attended his company’s international conferences for 14 years. This year, though, he’ll be making the trip of more than 700 miles under his own power ­€“ simply to… Continue Reading →

Star Wars Fans Upset by Several Changes to Blu-Ray Release

Since the first Star Wars film was re-released on VHS in 1981, director George Lucas has changed at least one element of every film with each new release, often causing a stir among the most loyal fans of the franchise…. Continue Reading →

Obama Supports Honoring Munich Victims at Olympics

New York, U.S.A. – ”President Obama’s endorsement of an Olympic games moment of silence in honor of slain Israelis is a welcome boost to the global campaign,” said AJC Executive Director David Harris. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has rejected public… Continue Reading →

Meryl Streep – The Oscars’ Favorite Loser?

With her nomination for The Iron Lady, Meryl Streep extended her record for having the most Academy Award nominations by any single actor. Her portrayal of the former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher earned her a place on the shortlist… Continue Reading →

Briefing on Effectiveness of Laws Against Sex Trafficking

The United States Commission on Civil Rights will hold a public briefing on Friday, April 13, 2012 at 9:30 AM ET to hear testimony on the effectiveness of federal enforcement of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 (TVPA). The briefing will take place at Commission… Continue Reading →

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