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The Income Gap In America – The Reality of Increasing Inequality

Click here for the complete report in PDF INTRODUCTION The debate over the income gap in the United States is nothing new. However, in recent years, the gaps between the wealthy and indigent and the privileged and underprivileged have widened… Continue Reading →

America’s Need for a Multi-Party System: The 2016 Presidential Election

As the 2016 Presidential Election approaches, voters across the nation are being forced, as we are every four years, to make a partisan decision. Although this is the most important collective choice of the next four years, we are not… Continue Reading →

Taylor Alesana, Conversion Therapy, and the Treatment of Transgender Youth

Taylor Alesana, a 16 year-old from California tragically took her own life on April 2, 2015 after being bullied for being transgender. Taylor became popular on her YouTube channel for her makeup tutorials and her candid advice to other transgender… Continue Reading →

America and Job Creation: Years 2014 to 2044

By Russell Ruggiero and Matthew Harang Since the Great Recession started somewhere around 2006, America has lost millions of well-paying jobs and replaced them with the lower-paying type. This trend is quite troublesome and will most likely foster a lower… Continue Reading →

The Revitalization of America

The Revitalization of America is a large-scale report by Rex Brooks, Russell Ruggiero, and Matthew Harang. This is the second major effort by this writing team, and the new report touches upon a number of key topics which directly impact… Continue Reading →

Let’s Work Together: A Call for Bipartisanship in a Struggling Economy

This study is a joint effort of one Democrat and one Republican with the common goal of appealing to government officials in Washington D.C. and across the nation to put aside political differences for the good of the nation and… Continue Reading →

Government Without Walls: The Internet and Government Organizations

Approximately 15 years ago, most government agencies barely had an Internet presence.  In that short time frame, government organizations have made great strides.  By the year 2000, estimates are that 90 percent of goverments already has a precense online. Policy Analyst… Continue Reading →

Embracing Reengineering in the Public Sector

By Scott Schneider Reengineering –a multi-step process in which organizations critically examine their internal work processes, compare them to those of known industry leaders, and plan ways to radically redesign them.  Reengineering is a structured method for an organization to examine… Continue Reading →

Energy Policy: An Overview and Examination of Energy Alternatives

The inability of the United States to adopt an appropriate energy policy is quite understandable. The truth is hat there are few issues and few aspects of American society that are not affected by our national energy policy. From the… Continue Reading →

Genderless Marriage Policy

This study is primarily a literature review of one of the most heated debates in American social and legal spheres. Individuals are often very passionate about weather same-sex couples should be allowed the right wed. This report analyzes writings and… Continue Reading →

Cruel and Unusual: Capital Punishment

The death penalty, historically, has been a major subject of debate in United States. Some argue that it is unconstitutional, while others argue it is unethical. However, over the past several years, capital punishment has not received much political opposition…. Continue Reading →

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