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FOIA: Freedom of Information Act Importance 

FOIA: Freedom of Information Act Importance 

John E. Moss is known as the godfather of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Moss was born in 1915 in Hiawatha, Utah and moved to Sacramento, California in 1923 with his family. He joined the navy and then later became an appliance salesman. Even though Moss grew up during the great depression and was dirt poor, he […]

Paul Manafort Jury Asks Definition of Reasonable Doubt

Paul Manafort Jury Asks Definition of Reasonable Doubt

Virginia jurors were deliberating for the second day when President Donald J. Trump decided to weigh in on the trial. On Aug. 17, 2018, he called the trial of Paul Manafort “very sad” and said that the defendant was a “very good person.” Manafort, Trump’s former campaign manager, is on trial for bank and tax […]

Inequalities of Poverty Smother Communities in Chicago

Inequalities of Poverty Smother Communities in Chicago

Poverty is one of today’s most prominent issue the world’s citizens suffer. Theoretically, those living in Chicago and other booming U.S. cities have more opportunities than those residing in isolated areas. However, this is not the case for many people. Many Chicagoans are unable to thrive because their communities do not offer enough chances for success. More damaging […]

Saint Agatha’s Programs Start From Ground Up for Those Without Ground

Saint Agatha’s Programs Start From Ground Up for Those Without Ground

For almost two years David Wolfe has worked with six other members of the Saint Agatha Catholic Church program board. They are each in charge of individual programs and have different responsibilities as part of Saint Agatha’s. Wolfe serves as the administrator of the technology program. His focus is on consulting others about funding for students who need internet […]

Creative Scott Is a Great Influence in North Lawndale

Creative Scott Is a Great Influence in North Lawndale

Creative Scott was born and raised in the North Lawndale area of Chicago, where he grew up on 16th and Avers. Scott has been a business owner for 23 years in this community. He is on the Board of Directors for the North Lawndale community newspapers, the first USCCA Afro American training counselor, certified concealed carry […]