The war is not over, only part of it.
Technology in the 50s and 60s was less advanced than it is today. This hub tells how the telephone, slide rule, phonograph records, film projectors, and the transistor radio were used in daily life.
Political correctness and affirmative action have been a big part of our lives since the early 1980s. This hub discusses whether our society is better off today with political correctness.
Nadine Antoniazzi died of a reported suicide on October 17, 2008; why has seeming financial motive surrounding her death not been investigated?
Multiculturalism is often cited as one of Canada's significant accomplishments and a key distinguishing element of Canadian identity.
The standard definition of Socialism has long been: “Government ownership of the means of production and distribution of goods, services, and jobs; central planning collectivism.” Socialism rests on a foundation of Atheism and brings famine, starvation, suffering, misery, death, and...
Insurance is more corporate racket than helpful protection for the policyholders. This artcile, part of a series on the various types, looks at homeowner's insurance.
Welcome to Florida, land of foreclosures. 25% of all foreclosures in the United States last year, took place in Florida. What has this meant to our neighborhoods?
In honor of Labor Day, 2014, Mel Carriere shares his views on the Central American Illegal Immigration Crisis, brought about by abysmal working conditions. Are we as Americans ultimately responsible?
Demographics are changing, and they are the increasingly the biggest factors in who wins elections - apart from the money.