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Rest in Peace, New Year’s Resolutions

It's that time of the year again. Yes, it's time to do what you always do at this time: write an obituary for your New Year's resolutions. First, let me offer my condolences. I'm truly sorry for your loss. I can only imagine what sadness you must be feeling, having to go through almost an entire year as the "same old you." The "new you" was going to be better. The "new you" was going to wake up at 5 each morning and do 30 minutes of jogging, 30 minutes of yoga and 30 minutes of … Read More

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Trump Praised for ‘Amazingly Inclusive’ New Year’s Message

Republican and Christian leaders are praising President-Elect Donald Trump for what they consider an "amazingly inclusive" New Year's message. "Happy New Year to all, including to my many enemies … Read More


How to Survive a Trump Presidency

On Jan. 20, 2017, Donald J. Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. If you are one of the 63 million Americans who voted for Hillary Clinton, you are probably wondering how … Read More

Trump Hoodwinks His Way to the Presidency

More Americans voted for Hillary Clinton than Donald Trump, but because of an outdated system of selecting the president called the Electoral College – which Trump himself called “a disaster for a … Read More

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The Punjab-Georgia Farmer Exchange Program

The word spread quickly through the farming community in Georgia: thousands of Indian farmers, mostly from the northern state of Punjab, were heading to Georgia to buy large parcels of fertile … Read More


Letter to your child’s teacher

Both my daughters are in school –- Lekha in third grade and Divya in first grade –- so I know firsthand the challenges of being a parent of school-going kids. That’s why I’ve decided to create a form … Read More


Facing up to an addiction

The 76-year-old woman walked down the hallway of Clearview Addictions Clinic, searching for the right department. She passed signs for the “HeroinAddiction Department (HAD),” the “Smoking Addiction … Read More