Monthly Archives: July 2012

Pennsylvania voter identification law/Discrimination?

This week in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania the new voter identification law is being challenged. Opponents of the law say its placing undue burdens on groups such as the elderly and poor. Voters will need photo identification in order to vote. Some … Continue reading

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Banking Fees/How much is enough?

Last week I withdrew some cash from a local casino ATM. I was aware of the fees associated with the withdrawal. Later, when I checked my balance I noticed an additional fee was also taken out. I contacted my bank … Continue reading

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Obesity/Social or Political problem?

A few years back, Obama signed the “Child Nutrition Act”. The Act’s aim is to improve the quality of free meals in schools by providing schools with cash to regularly update food standards and allow more children to qualify for … Continue reading

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London Olympics/Security or anxiety?

The London Olympics are here. Massive amounts of money and resources have been devoted to making the games a success. The U.K. has been preparing for months and years to get everything right. The question is , how do you … Continue reading

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Book Review/Fast Trains/America’s High Speed Future

Recently I had the pleasure of interviewing author Emy Louie concerning the release of her book, Fast Trains/America’s High Speed Future. It is immediately evident that Emy Louie has a passion for high speed rail. What does Emy Louie do … Continue reading

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