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Hope Amidst Instability: The Immigration Debate, Organized Crime, and a School in El Salvador

by Dr. Denise R. Ames This second blog in a series continues to examine the deep cultural divide that has a vice-like grip on the collective American mind. I have written several blogs on the topic of the cultural divide … Continue reading

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Mother of Monarchs

I feel like a mother of monarchs!  It’s the only way I can describe the feeling of pride I have when I see one of these orange and black beauties floating by in my garden these days.  All I’ve done … Continue reading

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