Obama Could Soon Make the Case for Military Intervention in Syria, Again

President Obama has called for a revision of America’s strategy in Syria and it seems as though the commander in chief could once again make a push for military action. The civil war in Syria has only worsened with time. Diplomatic efforts made by the United States and its allies have failed to achieve any […]

Blooming Development in Africa

In recent years Sub-Saharan Africa has demonstrated an impressive level of economic growth. While the rest of world is suffering due to the economic crisis, analysts estimate that African economies are improving and have so far seen growth of around five per cent in the year 2011 and 4.5 per cent in 2012. This year […]

Cold War Warrior ‘Iron Lady’ Margaret Thatcher Dies at 87

Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, affectionately dubbed the Iron Lady for her crusade against encroaching communism during the Cold War, has died at age 87 from a stroke. “It was with great sadness that I learned of Lady Thatcher’s death. We have lost a great leader, a great Prime Minister, and a great Briton,” […]

The Dream Lives On

In 2010, the Obama Administration worked to pass the Dream Act, a legislative proposal that was geared to establish a path toward citizenship for certain young illegal immigrants. Congress originally blocked this measure, but today the Obama Administration has come up with a compromise. A new policy has been announced that stops deportation of these […]