Are You Rearing a Hoodlum or Hero!

Lt. Commander Eddie “Butch” O’Hare Don Boys, Ph.D. Aug. 2, 2017     In August of 1945, Japan surrender to Allied Forces terminating the war in the Pacific. The surrender was formally signed on board the USS Missouri on September 2, 1945. Two shocking, sensational, and sobering stories celebrate that event.   Al Capone was Chicago’s crime czar during Prohibition…

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Minimum Wage Laws Hurt The Poor

For the most part, people share common goals. Most of us want poor people to enjoy higher standards of living, greater traffic safety, more world peace, greater racial harmony, cleaner air and water, and less crime. Despite the fact that people have common goals, we often see them grouped into contentious factions, fighting tooth and nail to promote polar opposite…

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