Being Reasonable

Plain Talk About Living in the Future
By Ross Urquhart

Being Reasonable: Plain Talk About Living in the Future by Ross Urquhart was written following an epiphany by its author; one in which a kid at a cash register asked him if he wanted to use a "senior card". Urquhart swallowed his pride, accepted that...

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Blood on the Tracks

The Life and Times of S. Brian Willson
By S. Brian Willson

Growing up in Upstate New York, S. Brian Willson was everything his community expected of him. He was tall, athletic, patriotic, and a good student who would stand up for what was right. Blood on the Tracks is the poignant story of what happened when...

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Beyond Deportation

The Role of Prosecutorial Discretion in Immigration Cases
By Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia

With the presidential election heating up, a hot topic at the forefront is deportation. The focus has been on illegal immigrants. Author Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia, a child of immigrant parents, who has lived in the U.S. all of her life, has a passion to see...

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Blueprint to Utopia

By William Franklin Clark

Blueprint to Utopia presents a manifesto on how nation states can implement Utopia to all the world’s citizens. William F. Clark begins the work by outlining the social contract citizens have with a government, claiming that governments discriminate in favor of their citizens against foreign...

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Black Americans In The 21st Century

Integrating Or Segregating
By Doug Saint Carter

Black Americans in the 21st Century written by Doug Saint Carter takes an honest and deep look at race relations in America today. The author notes that rather than closing the gap between the races, it seems to be widening. The author points out the...

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Boycott

Stolen Dreams of the 1980 Moscow Olympic Games
By Yom Carraccioli, Jerry Caraccioli

In 1980, The Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan, and Jimmy Carter called for a boycott of the Olympic Games to be held in Moscow. Boycott is a look at the ramifications of that decision. The U.S. Olympic athletes were forced to sacrifice their dreams for their country;...