Archives for March 2015

Motor City Back on the Upswing

When most of us think of Detroit, we think of its historic nickname: Motor City. There’s over a century of automotive history behind that nickname – automotive history that fostered the American dream and the expanding world of capitalism.

The 20th century saw the rise and gradual decline of one of America’s greatest powerhouse industries. This once-booming staple fell into a deep period of misfortune during the 2008 recession, but it’s finally on the upswing.… [Read more]

Olympics 2016: What We Can Expect in Women’s Gymnastics

With trials for the 2016 Olympics Women’s Gymnastics competition coming up, the world will soon know who will be competing in the Olympics. According to students with Ohio University masters in coaching, the United States, China, Russia, and Romania will all have strong teams with several stars to watch in the coming summer Olympics.

United States Simone Biles will be a strong contender.… [Read more]

Plastic Surgery: Five Growing Trends in Today’s Beauty Industry

The aesthetic surgery and beauty industry depend on a good economy for growth. Right now there is an increase, but in past years of recessions in 2001 and 2007-09, the stagnation of the economy led to less procedures and products bought. The products supplied and bought are some of the most profitable since they can change and move with a flexible economy.… [Read more]

White Collar Crime: Who These Criminals Are Really Hurting

There’s no doubt white collar crime in the US is out of control. The number of white collar criminals have increased in proportion to the growth of industry itself, and the 2013 FBI report on white collar crime showed a decrease in the number of white collar criminals prosecuted. Perhaps, the decrease in prosecution is evidence that white collar criminals are far more sophisticated and less visible to legal authorities. … [Read more]

Militarized Healthcare: National Security’s Future

The military of the future does not fight wars and hunt terrorists—it fights the spread of disease.

At the start of 2015, President Obama made a State of the Union speech thanking, in one sentence, the doctors, nurses, and soldiers responsible for helping control the spread of Ebola. More tellingly, he went on to connect international health with poverty—right in the middle of his discussion of American national security.… [Read more]

What’s Being Done to Crack Down on Drunk Driving Today?

Approximately 11,000 people are killed as the result of a drunk driver annually in the United States, more than three times the number of Americans killed on 9/11, according to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration. Due to the high number of people killed in drunk driving accidents, a variety of strategies are being employed to crack down on this very serious problem.… [Read more]