Monthly Archives: May 2013

Obama’s second term blues

President Obama is heading to Ireland for the G8 Summit next month. It won’t be a moment too soon for him. The current scandals that may hamper his second term ambitions are currently gaining traction in Washington. The Republicans smell … Continue reading

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College Crime Stats and the Clery Act

Are colleges disclosing an accurate picture of crime on campus? The Clery Act mandates that colleges must report crimes. Colleges can possibly lose financial aid assistance if they fail to honor the provisions of the Clery Act. When you think … Continue reading

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Hurricane Sandy/The Aftermath

Some residents of affected areas are still living in motels. Why? FEMA is picking up the tab for motel costs. Displaced residents also need other services. Can state and government agencies take all the blame for not getting displaced residents … Continue reading

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