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From our healthcare system to our workplace, the US government is increasingly and irresponsibly making efforts at taking over control for managing our day to day lives.

At the same time, Americans have never been more disaffected with our politicians, than the group which is now responsible tor government gridlock.

Voters are finally seeing our government in-action as a massive, intrusive, incompetent, wasteful giant. The most alarming consequence of ineffective policies, in addition to unrealized social goals, is the growing threat to the government’s democratic legitimacy.

How to sleep much better


Chronic pain and insomnia are an unhealthy combination. According to the National Sleep Foundation, chronic pain disturbs the slumber of one in five Americans at least a few nights a week. Whether it’s from a bad back, arthritis, or headaches, chronic pain puts you in double jeopardy: the pain robs you of restful sleep and makes you more fatigued, and thus more sensitive to pain.

Chris Christie is full of....


If you were asked to finish this sentence, would you say leadership, hot air, himself, crap, or what?

NJ Governor Chris Christie is one of the most talked-about Republicans in the country on the eve of an election in which he isn't even on the ballot.

Is this déjà vu all over again? He did it back in 2012, when he bonded with President Obama while touring the hurricane-ravaged Jersey Shore.

Catholic churches ordered closed


More than 50 Catholic churches are being shut down throughout NYC. The Archdiocese of New York says many parishes will be merging. Some 50 churches will be affected, mostly in Manhattan and The Bronx.

A total of 14 percent of the 368 parishes in the city and Hudson Valley will be merging. The names of the affected parishes have not yet been released. The Archdiocese has been working on process of merger for several years, in particular the last 14 months.

Honeymoon sweet


Mi esposa y yo acabamos de regresar de nuestra luna de miel en Hangzhou, la ciudad mas linda en China. Yirong Soto nacio en Shanghai, y es mi mujer, mi Chinita Cubana.


My wife and I just returned from our honeymoon in Hangzhou, the most beautiful city in China. Yirong Soto was born in Shanghai, China and is now my Chinese Cuban lady.

Traveling road warriors


There is an artistic act of neatness in which we pack bags, then there are those cool apps downloaded to speed check-in, and the privileges we take for granted that make long distance travel easy, efficient, smooth, comfortable. Every time we leave home, we continually gain expertise about where to go to find the best foods and the finest places to enjoy, where locals prefer to go. It's all very pleasant but never ever overlook what really matters, sharing time with family is the very best part of traveling.

Hurricane Sandy second anniversary


61 men and women who lost their lives to Superstorm Sandy in New York. Please join us for a moment of silence in memory of those lives lost as well as the countless others whose lives were disrupted. This moment of silence will occur at 8:00 p.m. on October 29, marking the approximate time when the storm surge first began in New York City.

Tobacco Road, not smokin


Tobacco Road, South Florida's oldest bar and my old watering hole as a University of Miami student, where suit-and-tie-businessmen would belly up alongside long-hairs listening to the best live music in Miami is now history after 102 years.

American Marine in China


It was a typical thirteenth birthday for Jeffrey Bingham Mead -that is, until Mead’s father walked in to present his son with an Imperial Japanese samurai sword. Little did this young American teen know at the time that it was the beginning of a journey into rediscovering his father’s role as a China Marine after World War II.

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