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Giving a Former Gang Member Another Chance

Giving a Former Gang Member Another Chance

by Daniel Nardini I always believe in giving a person another chance for when they realize they did something wrong and are truly repentant. This is the case of Ricardo… Read more »

Immigrants Able to Get Drivers Licenses in Georgia

Immigrants Able to Get Drivers Licenses in Georgia

by Daniel Nardini It was one of the most anti-immigrant laws in the United States. The State of Georgia had passed a law that would deny drivers licenses to immigrants… Read more »

Sowing the Wind

Sowing the Wind

by Daniel Nardini The prominent U.S. newspaper the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has warned that if Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump keeps displaying erratic behavior then the Republican Party should… Read more »

The Mad Butcher of the Philippines

The Mad Butcher of the Philippines

by Daniel Nardini It sounds more like a poor script from a bad movie. The newly elected president of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, had issued a kill order and a… Read more »

The Sad Tragedy of Mark Swidan

The Sad Tragedy of Mark Swidan

by Daniel Nardini I really, truly, sincerely and wholeheartedly feel for Mark Swidan. Mark Swidan, age 41, went to Southeast and East Asia to travel and paint and draw pictures… Read more »

Of Poor Suffering Animals and Luxury Watches

Of Poor Suffering Animals and Luxury Watches

by Daniel Nardini The more horror stories I read coming out of Venezuela, the more I have to wonder if this land has truly been cursed. I read about all… Read more »

What If the Hackers Were Mexican?

What If the Hackers Were Mexican?

by Daniel Nardini Obviously, the hackers were not Mexican. It is widely believed that the hackers who broke into the Democratic National Committee’s private e-mails were from a superpower that… Read more »

What the Ancients Got Right

What the Ancients Got Right

by Daniel Nardini Recently, there was massive flooding in Beijing, China’s capital. An estimated 37 people died. Many modern buildings and homes were flooded and destroyed. Whole streets were deep… Read more »

Really Offensive Texas High School Textbook

Really Offensive Texas High School Textbook

by Daniel Nardini Texas, the state best known for being the place with the largest and best recognized textbook publishers and distributors in the United States, is now coming out… Read more »

Spanish Priest Buried in an Aztec Temple

Spanish Priest Buried in an Aztec Temple

by Daniel Nardini One very curious discovery this year in Mexico City has been the burial tomb of a Spanish priest named Miguel de Palomares. What is curious about it… Read more »