As the nation knows, Donald Trump is running for President. Many commentators on the left wing branded his bid a publicity stunt and nothing more. They are wrong. Trump is leading the polls in the Republican primary, and proved a success in early campaigning in New Hampshire. As I have said before, Trump offers a point of view refreshingly candid and honest from his opponents. While all others speak in read more>>
After 17 hours of negotiation, Greece accepted a bailout plan to the tune of 86 billion euro. The settlement set forth by Greece’s three creditors, “the troika,” is harsh, but it needs to be. European Commission, IMF, and ECB officials are wary of Greece’s commitment to repaying debt, and structured a deal which left very little room for read more>>
On July 9, 2015 it was announced that Donald Trump is leading the GOP in primary polls. While it may be too early in the election process to get excited, there is one thing the public can look forward to over the next few months. No fence riders! The other candidates both democratic and republican will have to step up their game and do what most politicians are afraid to do, and that’s taking read more>>
Jared Fogle is best known as the Subway guy, but after last week his name made national headlines with him being investigated for child pornography. Fogle was one of Subway’s biggest success stories after losing 245 lbs. eating just Subway. Subway decided to make him a spokesperson until this week when they suspended him.
Fogle’s home was raided and every piece of technology was confiscated by the FBI due to allegations by an unknown woman read more>>
Five years ago, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill dumping 210 million gallons of crude oil into the gulf, devastating countless communities and killing thousands marine animals. Thursday, British Petroleum finally settled all suits against it for a total of $18.7 billion. This is the largest environmental fine ever imposed on a company, which is fitting, since the disaster was the largest oil spill in history. Thursday marked the beginning of a new era for read more>>
After what was a great decision by Donald Trump to run for president, he is now experiencing backlash over a few choice words about Mexican immigrants. So much that many companies are dropping the Donald. According to reports from Friday, companies like Macy’s, Univision, Televisa, Farouk Systems, and NBCUniversal have pulled away from associating themselves with Mr. Trump. Mayor Bill de Blasio of New York City also stated that they are in the mist read more>>
Saturday, Greek officials walked away from debt negotiations and announced a referendum vote for July, 5th on the proposed debt repayment plan. In the interim week, Athens imposed strict capital controls. Tuesday, Greece is due to pay the IMF 1.6 billion euro, however default here seems likely. The Greek appear to be divided on accepting the EU’s bailout plan: with it will come a salvaged economy, albeit with increased taxes and cuts to their much-loved pensions, but read more>>
If you were driving to work Friday morning, June 26 or reading any news source, then you heard. Same sex marriage is now legal in all of the Unites States of America. Which means this is a great time to talk about divorces.
People can now marry the person of their dreams, start a family, provide, and not have to worry about legal actions against them. Marriage is a delicate balance of communication and truth, read more>>