Tolerance, inclusiveness and respect for the beliefs of others are the cornerstone values of our democracy. The First Amendment of … Continue reading Trump Makes America Hate Again
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The most successful and influential societies have always been the most educated. Lawyers, doctors, teachers, clergymen, philosophers and scientists have … Continue reading The Education Funding Gap: Part I
The recent referendum in Crimea, an area in the Ukraine predominantly made up of ethnic Russians, has been decided overwhelmingly … Continue reading The Secessionst Dilemma: Has Crimea Gone Rogue?
True equality will be achieved only when each member of society embraces one another as equals — a society wherein … Continue reading Equality of Opportunity: Socio-Economic Building Blocks for a New Generation
The word ‘peace’ means different things to different people. For some, it conjures images of all the peoples of the … Continue reading New World Order: Military Intervention as a Last Resort for Conflict Resolution