A Different Way: The Proper Way This is a different look at the social contract, which has been upended by the “War on Poverty,” which may be more accurately described as the “War on the Family.” We are 50 years into the War on the Family. Marriage within poor
I would like to submit this supplement to the application of the State of Connecticut, the Cities of Hartford and East Hartford as well as the Greater Stamford area to Amazon for consideration for HQ2. The Governor, mayors and other related parties have made a prodigious effort to present
Connecticut has the highest per capita income in the nation, but has managed to be scored at the 47th worst fiscal health of the fifty states. That is not an easy task to accomplish, but here we are. One of the more significant
As an immigrant and as an attorney in the U.S. Army Reserve, I have experienced how this is a unique and inspiring nation. It has been my experience that native-born Americans are not as aware or appreciative as to how exceptional and accepting this country is, flaws and all.
In high schools across the country, advanced placement courses are offered to high school students. The AP courses are harder than regular classes, and if a student can obtain a certain minimum score on a test administered by the College Board, they can