Sports are on the Table. Uncanny win for US soccer will make you feel better about losing Melky Cabrera for the SF season. But will Andrew Bynum re-create the Sixers?
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Can we be proud of our heritage as a Olympian? Not if you are Ayn Rand and running for Vice President or trying to expand your bar in Northern Liberties in the city.
After recently reading one of the most insightful, well-researched, albeit depressing articles of the actualities of America’s trade policy, and the reality that the Trade Deficit is the real cause of our economic woes and persistent unemployment crisis, I can not take any solace or joy in the President’s accolades for Alliance Transmissions and its incredible achievements in China.
On the night of the Super Bowl, the most American celebration, we can feel lucky for our freedoms, but it doesn’t hide the sense of shame that our rights as Americans are denied to people just 600 miles away from the big game.
Now that Obamacare has actually passed, well the senate version at least, and the inundation of all things health care over the past month that lead up to this historic moment should finally subside, it may be time for Americans, and President Obama himself, to remember that there are other events, both positive and negative, occurring throughout the world.