The Christmas Spirit: Compassion a Mountain Worth Climbing

After reading Mountains Beyond Mountains, by Tracy Kidder, one word comes to mind; compassion. For the main character Farmer this seems to mean not only the standard definition but a break down in words. In my opinion, if we come passionately… Continue Reading →

Who Should the NBA’s Individual Award Winners Be?

Look at that! The playoffs are suddenly upon us. Seems like just yesterday, we were basically praying for an NBA season just to be played. Before we start worrying about all that postseason drama, how about taking a few moments… Continue Reading →

MLB Adding Two Wild Card Teams, Great for the Sport

Friday was a great day for Major League Baseball, as it finalized its postseason expansion agreement with the Players Association. Beginning this season, two additional Wild Card teams will join the postseason festivities; one in each league. Under the new… Continue Reading →

Guns in the United States: Do the Guns or the People Need Controlling?

Firearms have always been a part of this country′s existence. Without them, the United States of America might not exist at all. They are a tool that has been used throughout history in order for people to protect themselves and… Continue Reading →

Santorum’s Anti-Science Agenda Should Concern Republicans

In 1988 the scientific community established the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change as a forum for sharing their concerns about documented €“ and disturbing – changes in global weather patterns. By 1997 the evidence of climate change was so convincing… Continue Reading →

London’s NFL Aspirations Within Reach

Last Sunday Wembley stadium in London, England played host to its sixth Regular Season game as the New England Patriots blowout the St Louis Rams, 45-7. Although mentions of a potential franchise being based in the UK were tentatively whispered… Continue Reading →

Davos 2014: The Drama of Discussion

Global business tycoons, prominent economists, and global political figures descended for the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in the Swiss ski resort of Davos between 22-25 January under the banner of €œThe Reshaping of the World: Consequences for… Continue Reading →

Senate ‘Going Nuclear’: End of Filibuster, Beginning of Mob-Rule?

Thursday, the 20th of November, the oldest Republic voted to radicalize its liberal bureaucracy by scrapping an institution against the power of the Presidency. Harry Reid, the Democrat Majority Leader of the Senate, in a partisan vote of 52 to… Continue Reading →

Erin Chavez, Following A Writers Dream

Toonari post is a good platform; one that could grow into something new and innovative. You can trust me when I say that it is a good place to get your message out there in the world. If there is… Continue Reading →

Battle Lines Drawn: Spheres of Survival

Geopolitical chaos procreating a chaotic leaderless world is sucking the literal life out of human hope. The tentacles of austerity measures and quantitative easing are the primary catalyst of all the madness. One way or another every government financier around… Continue Reading →

Absurd Chick-fil-A Gay Rights Battle Rages On

On July 2, President of Chick-fil-A Dan Cathy told a reporter that he is opposed to gay marriage. When the story was picked up by Baptist Press on July 16, the American people responded loudly on both sides. Cathy′s statement… Continue Reading →

English Premiership €“ Break Time

The international break is here and the English Premiership is off for a week′s break. In all honestly though no one wanted that to happen, such has been the excitement we have enjoyed since the resumption of the world′s most… Continue Reading →

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