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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1936. 
Franklin Delano Roosevelt accepting his party's nomination for a second Presidential term at the National Democratic Convention at Philadelphia in 1936.

America’s New “Rendezvous with Destiny”

By Angela Vullo December 17, 2020–As Christmas 2020 approaches, images of the same time period in 1932 come to mind: unemployment lines, swamped food banks, eviction notices, and more.  The images are only overshadowed by the staggering number of deaths and other effects of the current deadly pandemic.  While the […]

by December 17, 2020 1 comment Infrastructure Bank, News
An abandoned factory in Detroit, Michigan.

Our Nation Is at Death’s Door

Will We Save It? By Angela Vullo July 24, 2020–With jobs, businesses, and people disappearing across the land, the threatening question before us is, will the United States itself meet that same fate? Even before COVID, our nation was at death’s door. Many reasons are cited as to the cause […]

Factory closures like these point to the real crisis behind the crisis.

Unmask Wall Street! Build Infrastructure!

By Angela Vullo July 9, 2020–Much has been hypothesized lately on the current crisis that faces our country.  With all the attention on COVID-19, the deeper underlying crisis has gotten buried.  It’s time to pull back the mask. Unmask Wall Street, and build infrastructure. What we will uncover is an […]

by July 9, 2020 1 comment Commentary, Infrastructure