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Not Allowed to Vote for Life

Not Allowed to Vote for Life

by Daniel Nardini Just before we went grocery shopping, my wife and I went to the nearest polling station to vote. We wanted to vote for the people of our… Read more »

More Victims of the Drug War

More Victims of the Drug War

by Daniel Nardini As the investigation of 43 missing students from the Raul Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers’ College of Ayotzinapa continues, it is obvious that they were murdered by the… Read more »

Did the Muslims Discover America?

Did the Muslims Discover America?

by Daniel Nardini The most recent claim by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that Muslims reached the Americas 300 years before Christopher Columbus did is not a new assertion. Many… Read more »

Death of the Hanover Plant

Death of the Hanover Plant

by Daniel Nardini In the far northwest corner of Illinois lies a town called Hanover. Located 20 miles from Galena, part of the town has a huge factory complex that… Read more »

Virtual Latino Employment Collapse in Illinois

Virtual Latino Employment Collapse in Illinois

by Daniel Nardini Illinois still faces a higher unemployment rate than is true of its neighbors Indiana, Iowa and Wisconsin. But that in of itself does not tell the whole… Read more »

Trying to Keep the Poultry Workers Safe

Trying to Keep the Poultry Workers Safe

by Daniel Nardini Recently, the U.S. government fined Wayne Farms, a poultry plant located in Jack, Alabama, a total of $102,600.for at least 11 safety violations. These violations included threatening… Read more »

Outsourcing Killed the Middle Class

Outsourcing Killed the Middle Class

by Daniel Nardini The debate about what killed the American middle class is probably one that will be with many business people and historians for at least another generation. Recently,… Read more »

Give Taiwan the Tools to Fight

Give Taiwan the Tools to Fight

by Daniel Nardini Taiwan has made a formal request for either buying submarines or getting submarine technology to build their own submarines. Taiwan has in fact been asking for submarines… Read more »

Behind the Making of Toys in China

Behind the Making of Toys in China

by Daniel Nardini As Christmas season approaches, toy making is in full swing. Factories in China are most busy at this time since the holiday season in western countries is… Read more »

Olmec 2,800 Year Old Stone Relief

Olmec 2,800 Year Old Stone Relief

by Daniel Nardini Within the last few years, Mexican archaeologists discovered something that will help rewrite the history of Olmec civilization. The Olmecs, the oldest known peoples in what is… Read more »