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As I’m sure just about everyone is aware, George Zimmerman was found not guilty of second degree murder of Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla. The case and subsequent trial have been in the spotlight since the beginning, fueled by the mainsteam media’s incessant coverage. After the verdict, mainstream and...

In Bangladesh, outsourcing and its resulting pollution handcuff society’s potential to reverse direction on a track that is leading them nowhere fast. India’s...

I recently decided to update my iPhone to the new iOS beta, and after visiting a few websites to download the necessary files, I was toying around with...

We suddenly find ourselves here in the latter half of the year, which means several of the best hit series on TV will be returning to our viewing pleasure...

This is the verdict that I expect to be rendered at the conclusion of this compelling case that conflates racism, misguided state laws and an emotionally-charged...

Call me crazy, but I’ve always been a fan of the government, especially on the local level. I got my start in middle school working on a bond issue for...

Beginning late last week and continuing now, Egypt is in turmoil. For the second time in three years an uprising of Egyptians has ousted the established...

Recently, State Senator Brice Wiggins (R-District 52) gave a speech in Washington, D.C., promoting the Early Learning Collaborative Act of 2013. This piece...

The past week has been a whirlwind of controversial issues. Paula Deen using an extremely insensitive word and the commercial fallout that resulted, the Supreme Court’s ruling regarding same sex marriage, the George Zimmerman-Trayvon Martin court proceedings, and a host of other events have sparked conversations everywhere. Everyone seems to be voicing their opinion...

On Sunday, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy denied a bid from Proposition 8 supporters to halt gay marriages that had become legal in California,...