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Bald Eagle

At a time like this in American history, the last thing we need is for the President to be doing things that can have a negative affect on patriotism and a grasp of our proud past. That’s exactly what President Obama appears to be doing as he goes after arguably
American Youth at Church

It doesn’t take Pew Research to tell us that fewer Americans are claiming religious affiliations. The rise in secularism is a clear indicator that the country is less driven by faith than in the recent past. In fact, a survey of 35,000 American showed a steep decline in the percentage
Je Suis Charlie

America’s absence in France Sunday was a major disappointment As an American, I always hate when I see the United States at the center of attention when we shouldn’t even be part of the story. That happened again Sunday. In a global event of solidarity for those slain in the
Brazil is now capable of feeding itself according to the UN

Earlier this week, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization published a new report, called “The State of Food Insecurity in the World”, which highlights the current patterns and trends of food insecurity throughout the world and evaluates the effectiveness of government policies in combatting these issues. The publication gave
Bank of America has agreed to a record-breaking $16.65 billion settlement

Bank of America and the Justice Department have finally reached a settlement, with Bank of America agreeing to pay $16.65 billion to end the federal and state investigations into its sale of toxic mortgage securities during the subprime housing boom, making this the largest settlement by a single company in
US doctor battling Ebola in Liberia is praying to God to help him

An American doctor working in Liberia is in grave condition after having contracted the deadly Ebola virus while in the West African country. Doctor Kent Brantly, who works to help Ebola patients, is now fighting for his life in an isolation united on the outskirts of Monrovia. Brantly’s prognosis is
Central America Border Crisis

President Barack Obama will be meeting with the leaders of the Central American countries of Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador next week to discuss cooperation on the influx of immigrants from their countries to the United States. This crisis has largely consumed the White House and the Obama administration in