Three seemingly unrelated stances taken by well-known Democratic politicians during the past week have one thing in common.
Undergraduate college enrollment is surging as students look to higher education as a way around the recession (see my previous post).
In 1998, a nonprofit called the Utah Highway Patrol Association with a mission to serve troopers and their families came up with an idea to honor their state’s fallen. Let’s build them memorials, they said.
Breaking news out of Washington DC: there’s a huge disconnect between those in charge and the people on the economy!