Articles By Marc Joseph
For all of us who grew up with ample access to sports and the arts, it's difficult to see how our school systems have evolved, practically eliminating the character-building program of sports participation.
If we could just educate the next generation on how to eliminate poverty or war, we could then use that savings from our federal budget to fund more education for the following generations.
Our teachers need your help, especially when this economy is so uncertain.
Giving is as good for your own soul as it is for the people you help. If you don’t have the cash, do what 43 percent of American’s do -- volunteer to help a non-profit that helps others.
According to Fox News, the percent of married households in the United States fell to 48.4 percent in 2010, down from 55.2 percent in 1990 and 78 percent in 1960. This is the lowest in recorded history for our country.
We need to get today's youth out of the virtual world and into the outdoors.
Throughout American history, billionaires have given to improve our society.
The American Express OPEN Forum reported that there was an 11 percent increase in the number of small businesses closing and a 17 percent decline in the number of small businesses opening.
Now that the holiday season is over and retailers in general are reporting slightly higher sales than last year, the business community is letting out a shared sigh of relief: It could have easily gone the other way, continuing the recession we have all been dealing with for the last three years.
"May no soldier go unloved" is the slogan used by the non-profit, volunteer-led organization Soldiers Angels that has been assisting families of veterans and veterans deployed, wounded and moving back into society. These volunteers are mothers, fathers, brothers and sisters of soldiers, as well as regular Americans who know the sacrifices our military makes to keep all of us safe.