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Profile: Donna Galanti, Author of ‘The Human Element’

“I slay my own demons through my writing – and I highly recommend it!” says Galanti.

"I am drawn to writing the hero’s journey – more so the tormented hero, and tormented villain." Read More »

Cruz Control Runs Government Adrift

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Sen. Ted Cruz had to apologize to WWII veterans. Now he should apologize to the whole country for using all of our suffering to further his own political fortunes. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Adopted Son’ by Dominic Peloso


A new form of civil rights movement, involving possible alien invasion, where love and peace or racism and war are the possible outcome. Read More »


A first in a series of reports on the alternate version of a United States, located in another reality, highlighting the similarities and differences between the two countries. This article introduces us to this other US as well as discusses the subject of politics. Read More »

Playing Chess With Corporate America

How can three players play a two person game? Read More »

Book Review: An Obamacare Survival Guide: The Affordable Care Act and What It Means for You and Your Healthcare by Nicholas Tate

Obamacare: A Survival Guide is a helpful resource for navigating the new law. Read More »

Book Review: America, Land That I Love: Bible Bites, Personal Devotions by Shirley Kufeldt

America, Land That I Love: Bible Bites, Personal Devotions is a book of verses to aid in our prayers for America. Read More »

Indian Government Reports on Debt Management

Quarterly public report on debt management which has proven to be better than previous fiscal year. Read More »

Price Gouging Laws Hurt New Yorkers

Price controls in the wake of Superstorm Sandy are hurting, not helping, recovery efforts. Read More »

The National Benefit of Higher Taxes

Conservatives are quite right that taxes are wealth redistribution. They just don't realize how this benefits all Americans. Read More »