Category Archives: International Affairs

A CHANGE MUST COME!

We must ask ourselves why people who are on or below the middle rungs of the economic ladder do not support social uplift processes that would help them become more financially solvent. Continue reading

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MADE IT? A 9/11 FAMILY SAGA

Vicki felt surely this had to be orchestrated by a group. In other words, the United States was at war. Continue reading

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REWORKING THE G-20 AND THE UNITED NATIONS

It is not simply an idealistic dream to give voice to the voiceless or a home to the homeless. . . . We must listen to all voices. Continue reading

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