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Why Is Obama Still Popular With The American People?

Posted on 26. Jun, 2009 by in Politics

Why Is Obama Still Popular With The American People? Only One Reason: The Republican Party! President Barack Obama’s administration has had lapses of administration failures and frustration during his early days as President, just as all new Presidents have experienced. Time is the greatest teacher for Presidents and their administrative staffs, the same as in […]

Brinkmanship: Diplomacy That Won The Cold War Is Needed Today

Posted on 02. Jun, 2009 by in Politics

What are we going to do to stop terrorists from striking again at the United States? If they do hit us again, killing thousands of innocent Americans, how do we retaliate this time? The answer to that difficult question is actually very simple. Yes, the attacks are coming unless they are stopped at the source. […]

The Chicago Way: What The Rest Of The Country Is About To See

Posted on 30. Dec, 2008 by in Politics

The end of a year is the traditional time to take a moment to step back from the daily news and reflect on the events of the past year. It is important to look with an intense, accurate retrospection at what happened and appreciate why events unfolded the way they did. This historic election year […]

"Change" Is Here… And Not In The Way You Think

Posted on 23. Oct, 2008 by in Politics

During this election cycle, “change” has been the centerpiece of both political parties’ marketing policies to the people of America. Both political parties and both presidential candidates have claimed they are the ones that really represent change for the people. What may be rare in the political history of the United States is that both […]

Democratic Party: "Catholics Get Lost!"

Posted on 20. Oct, 2008 by in Analysis

Historically, the essence of being a Catholic meant following the doctrine, tradition and policies set forth by the Pope. In today’s Catholic World that statement is still true, but all too often someone’s personal interpretation of what they believe doctrine and tradition truly mean takes precedence. During this general election cycle, an era of economic […]

Old And New World Meet: Octoberfest In Bucktown

Posted on 06. Oct, 2008 by in Announcements

Today, when one hears the term Octoberfest, your mind often thinks about the meaning of the old-world word term. Octoberfest throughout the centuries has been known as a festival that has its roots based in old Germany. Octoberfest is a celebration of the autumn season that involved merrymaking and the drinking of their local beer. […]