As the United States grapples with such potentially dangerous events as the fiscal cliff and sequestration, a number of the world’s poorer countries are poised for a phenomenon called the “demographic divide
Pulse of the Heartland
Once again, our scientists were fooled, just as they have been misled by the crazy notion of climate change.
(I wrote most of this piece five years ago, but I think it bears repeating. Our contemporary notion of Valentine’s Day’s origin has been sanitized to accommodate our conception of romantic love.
Nicholas Cage would not have been able to name his kid Kal-El (Superman‘s name on the planet Krypton).
It was clear to Congress that too many undesirable people were coming to this country.
Phil Mickelson, the popular professional golfer, recently hinted that he is considering moving from his native California.
It is now mostly a horrendous national memory, but there was a time when the United States had not only practices, but also laws, that supported slavery (before 1865) and de jure (by law) as well as de facto