The ‘Green’ World Delves into Animal Bias By Samantha Lewis All headlines are packed with the horror and destruction that prejudice and violence are bringing about in the United States. People hurting people based on religion or skin color – issues that should have gone out of this country many, many decades […]
Obama for India ~Dinesh Sharma President Obama and Prime Minister Modi at the CEO Summit, New Delhi, India, Jan 27, 2015 (Credit: Dinesh Sharma) On a three day historic visit, President Obama hit a home-run for India. Anyone watching these events in person would be considered lucky enough to witness rare history in […]
Cosby: His Life and Times by Mark Whitaker Simon & Schuster Hardcover, $29.99 560 pages, Illustrated ISBN: 978-1-4516-9797-1 Book Review by Kam Williams “[Bill] Cosby grew up in a Philadelphia housing project, the son of an alcoholic, largely absent father and a loving but overworked mother… After dropping out of high school, […]
A Presidential Journey to the Minds of Masters ~ Samantha Lewis Yes, the President of the United States has been dealing with some pretty tough issues of late. Of course, that comes with the job. But after the NATO summit – which was high on intensity, considering the fact that the evil of ISIS is […]
Dinesh Sharma “The Global Obama” Interview with Kam Williams Dr. Dinesh Sharma is a cultural psychologist, marketing consultant and an acclaimed author with a doctorate from Harvard University. He is an Associate Research Professor (Honorary) at the Institute for Global Cultural Studies, SUNY-Binghamton; a senior fellow at Institute for International and Cross-Cultural Research, NYC; and […]
The Global Obama Crossroads of Leadership in the 21st Century Edited by Dinesh Sharma and Uwe P. Gielen Routledge Books Paperback, $59.95 364 pages ISBN: 978-1-84872-626-0 Book Review by Kam Williams “Barack Obama [has] garnered higher approval ratings in most parts of the world than in the United States. What a paradox. The first black […]
The unemployment rate in South Carolina raised from 10.7 percent in July to 11 percent in August, seemingly contradicting reports of an ending recession.
The state has as many as 50,000 open jobs, but the problem is finding people with the skills to do the work, such as work with technology. Many of the usual mill and factory jobs have disappeared.