GM’s Fate Offers Hope

Jul 10th, 2009 | By | Category: News

Image by Mike Licht, via Flickr Everyone has felt the effects of the recent economic recession. Some of the biggest companies in America closed, or came close. One of the industries to feel the impact of recession was the automobile industry. From bailouts to bankruptcy to completely revamped management teams and business models, the […]

Obama’s Stimulus Package: Is it Working?

Jul 2nd, 2009 | By | Category: News

Image by Tony the Misfit via Flickr Obama’s aggressive stimulus plan may be failing, or at the very least, hitting a stumbling block. 467,000 were shed from the U.S. economy, giving hints that the average American worker has not seen relief from the recession. The current rate of unemployment is an at the highest rate […]

Pray for Iran

Jun 21st, 2009 | By | Category: News

Image via Wikipedia Americans complain daily about how hard life is. After following the stories about what is going on in Iran, I think we¬† have much to be thankful for in this country. Iran seems to be on the cusp of another revolution at the hands at the Basij. While I realize there are […]

Asthma Directly Related to Air Quality

Apr 5th, 2009 | By | Category: Health, News

Asthma is a disease or disorder in the lungs that causes sufferers to experience difficulty in breathing. The condition can be mild to severe, occasional or chronic. Asthma has been the culprit of missed days of school, work, and even some deaths. Asthma has also increased in occurrence in the past few years as pollution […]

Pistachios recalled by Kraft

Apr 3rd, 2009 | By | Category: Health, News

If you enjoy nuts, you might want to sit up and take notice. Most have heard the recently publicized incidences of tainted peanuts being recalled, but peanuts are not alone in being a current public health issue. Pistachios are also up on the table as a health hazard. According to a report by Fox News, […]