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Straddling The Culture Divide . . . And The Closet Space It Takes Up

If you walk around my house and peek into our closets, you will find that five out of the six closets are filled with my clothes. 580 more words


Stuck Elevator=Broken Record=Tedious, Tedious, Tedious...

It’s a SHAME that this did not live up its potential–to what a writers such as Dante or Tennessee Williams might have brought to the playwright’s table–via writing & characters worthy of allegory, drama, and spiritual journey. 307 more words


Weekly Political Report: "Immigration Today? or Immigration Tomorrow? Stay Tuned for the Next Episode...

Every week I will write a political issue that affects you and the world on you.

This week: Immigration

“Immigration Today? or Immigration Tomorrow? Stay Tuned for the Next Episode..” 1,472 more words

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On a Dream

Whether in the United States, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, South Africa, Australia, or most other countries, each country has a story about European immigrants that began their new roots in the new land. 338 more words


The ideology of money in politics

Media blown controversies on the American presidential campaign trail are much like sand storms in a desert – if you get caught in one, you get sand in your eyes, and when you manage to escape it, you escape with nothing more than well, sand in your eyes. 536 more words

Illegal by John X. Carey

A compassionate look at undocumented youth in the United States. Through a series of interviews with undocumented kids, activists, policymakers, non-profit leaders, educators and members of the clergy Illegal seeks to raise the consciousness level of the American public regarding the importance of full immigration reform. 97 more words


What Happens Before and After Immigration Physical Examination?

American immigration history can be viewed in four epochs: the colonial period, the mid-nineteenth century, the turn of the twentieth century, and post-1965. Each period brought distinct national groups, races and ethnicities to the United States. 520 more words

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