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Here is a post-election assessment from Notre Dame Law Professor Laura Hollis, who chairs their department of entrepreneurial studies.
Third in a series about my journey back to life after brain cancer surgery in 2004 and the depression that followed.
Second in a series about my journey back to life after brain cancer surgery in 2004 and the depression that followed.
The USA Melting Pot club’s June meeting featured great presentations on India’s culture and the outdoor activity of canoeing & kayaking.
Mitt Romney’s choice of House Budget chairman Paul Ryan from Wisconsin for VP shows wisdom and the depth of the Republican team.
Everyone is invited to the USA Melting Pot club’s picnic at the Troy Historic Village from 4:30-7:30 p.m. on Aug. 19.
In another attack on religious liberty, the Chick-Fil-A fast-food chain has been told they are not welcome in Chicago and Boston by social activist mayors.
Most news has bias in it; the amount varies with the source. Here are ratings and some examples of subtle editorializing in news coverage.
The USA Melting Pot club held its first meeting May 31, with great presentations on Chinese culture & language and bicycle touring.
It’s down to the wire and looks like a two-man race in Michigan. Here's my analysis of all four candidates before the Michigan primary.
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