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The Red Tide in Education

ANSWERING THE KENNEDYS CALL The Guardian Red tide algal blooms have been threatening coastal beaches for decades, killing sea life and sickening bathers; a sign of rising ocean temperatures due to global warming as well as human pollution. But another … Continue reading

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Americans More Educated Than Ever!

ANSWERING THE KENNEDYS CALL   Education is the linchpin for continued growth in American and worldwide Democracies. To that end, Popular Economics wants to share this inspiring new report from the US Census Bureau’s America Counts series. Stay tuned, as … Continue reading

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Is Happiness That Important to Americans?

Popular Economics Weekly What a strange question to ask Americans! We are the wealthiest country in the world, right? But a recent survey claims to show that wealth accumulation is not the first priority for most of the world. In … Continue reading

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Why Did Michael Moore Invade Those Countries?

Popular Economics Weekly The answer is so simple, and sad. Mr. Moore’s latest eye-opening documentary, “Where To Invade Next?” visits countries that have learned from, and adopted our laws and policies, policies that no longer exist in the U.S. of … Continue reading

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