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The Influenza Pandemic

The Influenza Pandemic

By Daniel Nardini It killed an estimated five percent of the world’s population of the time. An estimated 50 to 100 million people died in one of the worst pandemics… Read more »

A Sound Aid Plan

A Sound Aid Plan

By Daniel Nardini In a strange reversal, U.S. President Donald Trump has pledged to invest $5.6 billion into an aid plan by Mexico to help three countries in Central America…. Read more »

Venezuela’s Paper Monopoly

Venezuela’s Paper Monopoly

By Daniel Nardini Venezuela’s last independent newspaper, El Nacional, stopped printing its newspapers. Why? Because the Venezuelan government, under dictator Nicolas Maduro, has a complete monopoly on the country’s paper… Read more »

Birthday of the Bill of Rights

Birthday of the Bill of Rights

By Daniel Nardini It is something we as Americans take for granted. December 15th is the day that the first 12 amendments to the U.S. Constitution were adopted by all… Read more »

The Border Wall is a Dead Issue

The Border Wall is a Dead Issue

By Daniel Nardini It seems that U.S. President Donald Trump has not quite gotten the message yet—the U.S. mid-term elections delivered a decisive blue (Democrat) wave against the Republicans and… Read more »

The Rise of Political Leftism

The Rise of Political Leftism

By Daniel Nardini A few years back, when I was in the hospital for heart treatment, I had asked doctors and nurses if they knew who Vladimir Lenin, Joseph Stalin,… Read more »

The Latino Vote in the Mid-term Elections

The Latino Vote in the Mid-term Elections

By Daniel Nardini Without question the mid-term elections were in so many ways an important turning point in the history of the United States. For the Democratic Party it was… Read more »

Foreign Student Enrollment to American Colleges Declining

Foreign Student Enrollment to American Colleges Declining

By Daniel Nardini For the first time since the immediate period after the terrorist attacks on the United States in 2001, foreign student enrollments to American colleges and universities is… Read more »

About the Korean Peninsula

About the Korean Peninsula

By Daniel Nardini Personally, I could care less about who wins the U.S. mid-term elections. BUT, there is one thing that does concern me, and should concern ALL Americans. It… Read more »

Costa Rica Offers Asylum to Nicaraguans

Costa Rica Offers Asylum to Nicaraguans

By Daniel Nardini It is a replay of what happened in the 1980’s. Costa Rica, the most stable Central American country, is once again offering asylum to Nicaraguans fleeing Nicaragua…. Read more »