Super-Storm Sandy May Spark Sense of Unity as Election Looms

The big story of Hurricane Sandy, along with the terrible damage, is that it is the first time that a natural disaster has hit America on or near a presidential election. It’s the aftermath of a perfect storm of the likes that the U.S. has not had to cope with on Election Day. Will people in the populous Northeast be unable to vote? Will local officials decide to delay voting? Will the...
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The Next Great Social Network is Closer than You Think: Socialism 2.0

The age of social networks is now fully embedded in the lives of Americans everywhere.  It’s hard to imagine our world without the power of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterist, just to name a few of the leading social networks permeating the very fiber of our society. Now imagine taking the power of Social Networking to the NEXT level… Socialism 2.0: A society supported through free...
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