Day: November 29, 2007

  • What Beleiving Evolution Means

    Knowledge of evolution can affect the way you view different areas of life, but it wasn’t always as widely accepted (even though it is still not entirely accepted). For the past sixty years, biological beliefs, such as evolution, have been hot

  • Border Wall – An Issue to Solve

    Out of the never-ending list of issues between the United States and Mexico, illegal immigration into the United States is the most important. If Mexico is the would help its citizens by opening new job opportunities there would be less people coming to

  • Checks & Balances Within The US Government

    What is a check? What is a balance? What is being checked or balanced? Why exactly would we need something to be checked or balanced? “Checks and Balances” is a metaphor borrowed from Clockwork (Bailyn 274). In the past days, John Harrington had

  • Teaching American History Heartland Consortium

    The teaching of American History, and especially as a separate academic subject, has faced many challenges and debates for well over a century. The American History Association, with the inception of the Committee of Seven in 1899 has been working to

  • Mangrove Forests

    “If there are no Mangrove Forests, then the sea will have no meaning. It is like having a tree with no roots, for the mangroves are the roots of the sea.” ­­­­­­­­­­—fisherman, Trang Province, southern Thiland