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Lifestyle
by rob
7 years ago
Message to My Young African American Brothers and Sisters Under the Age of 30

Discontent that may be rumbling around our communities that President Barak Obama is not doing enough for our communities.

Entertainment
by Mohin
8 years ago
Martin Lawrence the famous comedy American movie star

Martin Lawrence Introduction In this review I will be telling you about Martin Lawrence the famous comedy American movie star who was born on April 16th 1965. The types of Comedy Martin Lawrence does are Observational comedy, black comedy, physical comedy and improvisational comedy. Martin Lawrence has been...

Lifestyle
by Mike Sage
8 years ago
How the Media Hides the Truth About US Afghan Deaths

Can you believe what you read in the headlines? It depends on the media outlet, and whether they have a vested interest in deceiving you.

History
by Kevin
8 years ago
American Imperialism: Historic Intervention into Foreign Affairs

In many instances, U.S. forces landed, took care of a problem, and remained for many more years. In other instances, the financial affairs of the suffering country were taken over by America and solved. This is the way of American Imperialists and continues to be part of our modern society.

Travel & Places
by Fran5050
6 years ago
American Museum in Britain Presents Gangsters & Gunslingers - The Good, the Bad & the Memorabilia

The American Museum in Britain examines the Wild West and the Prohibition/Depression era , two important periods in American history that shaped America's national identity.

Beauty
by Jaron
8 years ago
Native American Rings for Sale

Need to find beautiful and authentic Native American rings for sale? Well you've come to the right place. These rings are full of history and symbolism.

Business & Money
by DubeluWriter
4 years ago
Should The U.S. Remove Its Troops From Europe?

After World War II, the United States kept thousands of forces in Europe. Should these forces remain their for the next decade, come home back to the United States, or should they be redeployed to other areas around the world?

Health
by godfather25
9 years ago
Asian ginseng health benefits

There are two common ginseng herbs on the market. Asian ginseng and American ginseng. Sometimes often called Korean or Chinese ginseng which is known as panax ginseng. Asian ginseng health benefits are very similar to American ginseng health benefits, except the effects are slightly different. Both are effective herb...

Entertainment
by gemgirl61
8 years ago
The American River Parkway, Sacramento California

The American River Parkway in Sacramento California offers 23 miles of recreational opportunites such as rafting, kayaking, cycling, picnicing, hiking and many other activites for the whole family.

Lifestyle
by mommymommymommy
7 years ago
Fourth of July Outdoor Decorations

There are many wonderful Fourth of July outdoor decorations and inflatables to help you celebrate the birth of our nation.

Entertainment
by Eileen Kersey
10 years ago
Simon Cowell is taking the X Factor to America

There can be few people in the western world who have not heard the name of Simon Cowell. This entrepeneur has become world famous, and extremly wealthy into the bargain. His musical talent may be in short supply, but he certainly seems to have his finger on the world's...

Business & Money
by Tessor
8 years ago
Retiring in Ecuador - Pros and Cons

Find out how retiring in Ecuador can help you stretch your American dollars further with this balanced look at the pros and cons of relocating there.

History
by Xath Cruz
7 years ago
Expansion of America

It is easy to ignore the cries of a Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kia-kiak. Louisiana is as American as any other state and always will be. That in itself offers a good reason to not lay any credense in his story. Then there's the consequence of defaming Thomas Jefferson, father of our independence, the danger of deconstructing the nobility of our quest for freedom, and the scary possibility that, morally, we committed a grave injustice to a race we now claim to be our own.

Entertainment
by Evan Powers
5 years ago
Infernal Affairs and The Departed: A Comparison

The Hong Kong gangster film Infernal Affairs was so popular that it spawned an American remake directed by Martin Scorsese. This remake was The Departed, and it won four Academy Awards. What are some of the similarities between these two movies, and what did original co-director Alan Mak think about the changes that were made?

Lifestyle
by mommymommymommy
8 years ago
Ten Interesting Facts About the Fourth of July

Every year, Americans celebrate Independence Day on the Fourth of July. Many of us know the basic facts we learned in school, like how we fought the King George III’s army of British redcoats to gain our freedom and how George Washington led our ragamuffin army to victory. We wanted our freedom because we were tired of “taxation without representation”. The colonists had had enough of England and their bullying ways.

Sports
by godfather25
9 years ago
Cheap Coin Operated Pool Tables

The game of pool is a fun and entertaining game to play. The game of pool can keep customers at your business happy. If you're a local business owner, say you run a bar or a local coffee shop for instance. It's a good idea to own a few...

Sports
by CoryMD
7 years ago
Marjorie Gestring and Tara Lipinski - The Youngest American Female Olympic Gold Medalists

Every two years the entire world watches the Olympic Games with awe and amazement at the skill of athletes from around the globe.  As you would suspect, these athletes are predominantly young and in peak condition.  Throughout the history of the Games, teenage phenoms have been able to bring home gold for their countries.  The youngest female American gold medalists in the Summer and Winter Games proved that you do not even have to be old enough to drive to come out on top.

Environment
by Josh Hardesty
6 years ago
Chesapeake Bay through the Years

An overview of the Chesapeake Bay from the beginning to the demise.

History
by Darkhero5050
10 years ago
The Forgotten Enemy of WW2

Many times, when asked to name who was fighting in World War II, people will say the Germans, Italians and the Japanese. True, these were the main enemies of the Allies during World War II but did you know that the Allies also fought the French in WW II?...

Entertainment
by Fran5050
6 years ago
James Abbott McNeill Whistler on Display at Dulwich Picture Gallery

Dulwich Picture Gallery presents An American in London: Whistler and the Thames, a major exhibition featuring more than 70 works by James Abbott McNeill Whistler.  //

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