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UN’s Millennium Development Goals in 2010, Summary and Soft Critique

The idea that a global mindset can be adopted at the state level is proof that globalization is still very much prevalent within UN thought. Read More »

French Pension Reform: Street Corner Garbage And Economics

Last night legislation was passed in the French Senate raising retirement age to 62. This needed to happen. France is in desperate need of economic reform. The government is financing pensions with debt. Many countries face pension problems, including the United States. Read More »

Germany and France’s Muslim Problem: Is Political Frustration the Cause?

Separation of church and state must be valued. This is imperative for healthy religion. Repression of Islamic representation is a bad thing, certainly, but when followers of salafism turn to violent radicalization, measures must be taken to protect natural born citizens. Read More »

Is the Middle East Playing With Nuclear Dominos?

A review of the nuclear domino theory and how it pertains to the Middle East and the global community. Read More »

Jim Cantore, Hurricane Earl, and the Storm-Waiting Bug

Covering Hurricane Earl, the experience of a visual journalist on the ground in North Carolina's Cape Hatteras. Read More »