American Politics can be confusing, however, in my "Understanding American Politics" series, I break things down in an easy-to-follow way that will have you watching the election coverage in all new ways.
Opening of a monument for the workers killed at the Homestead Strike of 1892. Andrew Carnegie dominated the market in steel production in the 19th Century. He became rich producing steel for the railroads and, when that industry began failing in...
American government broken down so it can be easily understood. Also the reason why it was done the way it was.
The origins of the donkey and elephant as politic symbols in America.
Demographics are changing, and they are the increasingly the biggest factors in who wins elections - apart from the money.
Race relations in America have evolved greatly over the past century but we still have a long way to go. Check out this informative hub for more information about where we've been and where we're headed.
The SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance) program was started in 1961 as a pilot program to fill a need. There were still thousands of people having difficulty making ends meet since the economy had not completely recovered from the Great...
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.
Everett Glenn Miller was a decorated Marine veteran who was deployed a whopping seven times. He also killed two police officers. When will we give our vulnerable veterans the help they really need?
Top ten ranking of my personal great American heroes.