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Lowering Property Taxes

Lowering Property Taxes

by Daniel Nardini I am happy that I own my house. I do not have to worry about a mortgage or any bank loans and interest. However, every year I… Read more »

The Turks Who Saved Armenians

The Turks Who Saved Armenians

by Daniel Nardini As Armenia and Armenians around the world mark the 100th anniversary of the start of the genocide against the Armenian people by leaders of the Ottoman Turkish… Read more »

A Dedication to My Father

A Dedication to My Father

by Daniel Nardini My father was like so many of his generation, Born during the Great Depression (1929-1940), he grew up in extreme poverty in the Italian ghettos. Amid the… Read more »

Mexico, the Jews, and the Holocaust

Mexico, the Jews, and the Holocaust

by Daniel Nardini During the 1920′s and 1930′s, when immigration was largely closed off in the United States, various immigrant groups were able to go to parts of Latin America…. Read more »

The Lesson Learned from the Oklahoma City Bombing

The Lesson Learned from the Oklahoma City Bombing

by Daniel Nardini It was 20 years ago on April 19th, 1995, that a lone bomber named Timothy McVeigh parked a truck bomb in front of the Alfred P. Murrah… Read more »

Keeping Asylum Seekers Locked Up

Keeping Asylum Seekers Locked Up

by Daniel Nardini It is another flaw in the U.S. immigration system that mandates certain categories of asylum seekers be incarcerated. One example of this is the case of a… Read more »

The Mysterious North Korean Ship

The Mysterious North Korean Ship

by Daniel Nardini A few weeks ago, a North Korean flagged ship ran aground on a Mexican government-protected coral reef. The Mexican Navy towed the ship to the Mexican port… Read more »

The Assyrian Genocide

The Assyrian Genocide

by Daniel Nardini One hundred years ago this year, the Ottoman Turkish Empire systematically started the extermination of the Armenian people. Claiming that the Armenians were a “disloyal element within… Read more »

No High School Free Speech

No High School Free Speech

I have an important question for all legal experts; when does a person come of age where they have all the rights of freedom of speech? Is it 18 years… Read more »

Chicago’s Debt Time Bomb

Chicago’s Debt Time Bomb

by Daniel Nardini Regardless of who wins the Chicago mayoral election, the person chosen will have to face a whole list of problems in the city. These problems are a… Read more »