Travel: Things to Do in NOLA

I work at a nonprofit after-school program for disadvantaged youth and Johnny is a grad student, which means we both have to deal with overwhelming stress sometimes. To get over this stressful semester, we decided to travel for Christmas. At first, we hadn’t planned on visiting New Orleans. We considered New York City, Alaska, Yellow […]

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The Abuse of Presidential Power

Historically, the Office of the President of the United States was severely limited. If modern presidents went back in time to tell the likes of Washington, Jefferson, Henry, Adams and others, about their duties and responsibilities, most of them would be scandalized. There were dozens of heated debates in the years before the ratification of the […]

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