The Battle Against Big Oil Shifts Focus: America’s LNG Exports Under Scrutiny

In a significant shift, the fight against climate change in the United States is veering towards a new battleground. Environmental activists are now targeting the country’s substantial expansion of liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports. While it might seem astonishing, the United States became the world’s


U.S. Jobless Claims Fall To Lowest Level Since 1969

The Labor Department announced on Thursday that weekly unemployment claims in the U.S. dropped from 227,000 to 184,000, the lowest since Sept. 6, 1969, which were a reported 182,000. This is a far lower count than what had been predicted. Economists surveyed by Dow Jones


Can The American Dream Be A Reality?

The use of the phrase “The American Dream” was first coined by James Truslow Adams in his 1931 book Epic of America. He described America as  “that dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity


These Big Corporations Are Taking A Stand Against Violence

To kick off the new year, certain people of our country chose to riot one of the most sacred buildings in the country. The United States Capitol Building. That one day, that intense and jaw-dropping riot, set off anger, fear, and overall annoyance of how


Americans Have Been Scammed Out Of $19.7B Since The Pandemic Started

Have you been getting tons of calls from unknown numbers recently? Have they kept coming back despite you blocking the number? Have you been super frustrated at the fact that these people just will not leave you alone? Well, you aren’t alone in that frustration.


The Vaccine Is Giving People Hope for A Bright, COVID-less Future

Since the pandemic started, the United States has tried its hardest to get to a good economic place again. The pandemic caused an insane decrease in the economy, leaving many people jobless, moneyless, and in fear that it’ll only get worse. But here we are,


Discussing The American Racial Fracture

The proverbial “American Dream”: To have a big house, a family, a car, a white picket fence, and a dog. This was the stereotypical thought of what it was to be American over the last half century. This idea, implanted in our minds for generations,


This Founder’s Promising Way To Save Your Business

Universally speaking, at least 50% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. I qualify it like that because it depends on the source of the statistic. Some place the estimate closer to 78% percent, while others are closer to 55%. Let’s just agree then that at


The Forgotten Founder Of Labor Day

Today, we observe Labor Day as a time to kick off the end of summer with barbecues and a three day weekend. However, it was originally intended as a day to celebrate the hard workers who fought to secure rights in the workplace. Peter McGuire


Trader Joe’s May Be The Solution To How We Should Be Running America

Trader Joe’s is a perfect model for success. Although small, they know how to maximize their profit and provide excellent customer service to all. Despite lacking many of the typical features of a “successful” grocery store, they still remain at the top of the charts


Michael Reagan Speaks On Founding Charities And Honoring D-Day

*UPDATE: After being closed for three months due to COVID-19, the Airborne Museum (in Normandy, France where the Walkway To Victory is located) will reopen on June 6th (the 76th anniversary of D-Day); The Reagan Legacy Foundation looks forward to laying 300+ commemorative bricks to


George Chunkau Mui, The Crazy Kid Changing Your Community

What is a maverick? Someone who breaks the rules, achieves success, and changes the world. Who is George Chunkau Mui? George Chunkau Mui is a Market Access Team Lead for the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) at the U.S. Department of Commerce. George has worked


Political Fashion: The Good, The Bad and the Messy

Remember Hillary’s pantsuits? Collage of Hillary Clinton in pantsuits. Photo courtesy of Medium. What about that time Ronald Reagan was noted as the worst dressed man in politics? Nancy Reagan (left) and Ronald Reagan (right) wearing denim jacket and jeans. Photo courtesy of Reagan Library.


A Brief History of Opioids in America

With much of the national conversation revolving around the Opioid crisis, it may help to remember how this problem evolved.

The Evolution of Tattooing in America

The history of tattooing stretches much farther back than the history of the United States. Native American, Polynesian, Egyptian, Japanese, and other cultures embraced the art form long before the Declaration of Independence. But, the perception of tattoos in the United States has gone through

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