What is really wrong with our economy: Consumer Credit

By Big Jim Donahue It’s been more than four years now since the housing bubble burst and the current recession began. Now you would think that in this amount of time, our economy would be back on track. Especially with all of the different stimulus monies spent, the different bailouts, etc. And let’s not forget […]

Same-sex immigration case

By Albert Angulo Washington D.C., June 2012, the department of homeland security denied immigration benefits to a married gay couple from San Francisco and ordered the expulsion of a man who is the primary caregiver to his AIDS-afflicted spouse. Bradford Wells, a U.S. citizen, and Anthony John Makk, a citizen of Australia, were married seven […]

Rafael Nadal wins seventh French Open

By Art Stevens The French Open 2012 has been an exciting set of tennis matches. After the rest of the championship match is cancelled due to rain, it is resumed again on June 11, 2012, 4:00 a.m. PST. The conditions are overcast but dry. Novak Hjokovic is leading in the fourth set at 2-1, up […]