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Syrians Demonstrate in Germany

January 30, 2014


Sunday I was reading The Heilbronn Stimme about Baden-W├╝rtemberg permitting a small number of Syrian refugees to enter the German state, and how these asylum seekers are causing trouble. Up to this time I had compassion for the asylum seekers. There are 90 Syrian refugees assigned to Heilbronn. They have rent free apartments and food […]


January 9, 2014


The extended unemployment safety net in our democracy faces a dilemma. These benefits were cut December 31, 2013, but the U.S. Senate voted to extend long-term unemployment benefits; however, it is doubtful that the U.S. House of Representatives will do the same. There is a way to solve this problem. De we as a nation […]