Millions dream of coming to America and making it. It is, after all, the secret sauce of what makes this nation great: The fact that the strengths of these United States lie in their allure as a melting pot of cultures and skills and points of view. One can’t help but wonder how much damage will have been […]


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The 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, where the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. relayed his vision of a color-blind nation, was commemorated this past week. And while MLK’s vision continues as a work in progress, here is an interesting point of view of how segregation went on for so long because most people […]


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It is a known problem. It is a serious problem. It has been for a long long time. I could never understand how someone could think any less of another person just because they are of a different color skin. But that is how it is.


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Memorial Day is celebrated as a federal holiday in the United States every year on the last Monday of the month of May. The holiday was created to commemorate all the people who died serving in any of the branches within the United States Armed Forces.


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