John Bentley Clarkson, ex-convict and regular Confusion Road contributor, explains why we need to move beyond the past and look forward to the future.
It's one-way road only. You need to choose your side. Please take a note that this step mom poject is a new one and needs execution. It help moms get their economical independency.
Trying to soothe the nation's jangled nerves, President Barack Obama has launched a "national reassurance plan" aimed at restoring faith in the economy. The centerpiece of the plan is a series of comforting speeches that Obama will give twice a day for the duration of the crisis.
They can be surprising, amusing or downright terrifying, but they grab your attention with a tantalizing glimpse into the future. They're bogus trend stories, and more and more of them are appearing in the nation's newspapers, TV news shows and web sites.
A key index of U.S. stock market performance dropped sharply again yesterday, reaching its lowest level since the Norman Conquest a thousand years ago. Economists say they see no sign of the market hitting bottom, while President Barack Obama offered much-needed words of encouragement.
Sweeping generalizations commonly reported in the news media, on subjects ranging from science to health to politics, are usually misguided and can even be dangerous, a new study shows.