As a first generation American I have always followed immigration closely. My grandmother and mother came to America through the front door. They worked long and hard to gain their legal status and citizenship. 1,105 more words
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“Nigerians have taken the lead in the rejection of corruption.The election result is a manifestation of the people’s resolve to confront corruption, dishonesty and exploitation. 152 more words
Perhaps this is what church is meant to be: people drawn together, not by the obligations of Sunday attendance but by the call of the Gospels to build a better world. 787 more words
October 24, 2014 by Marianne Moonhouse and Barbara With
Craig Gilbert’s recent article in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, “Wisconsin’s red-blue swings offer a map to victory for each party… 1,857 more words
BOSTON-Three Massachusetts residents are divided in their choice between the Democratic candidate, President Barack Obama, and the Republican candidate, Governor Mitt Romney.
Milton Safren, an 81-year-old, retired private investigator from Dedham, Massachusetts, plans to vote for Governor Mitt Romney. 472 more words