SEPTEMBER 2009 Featured Articles
BLUE TECHNOLOGY CAN QUENCH AMERICA'S THIRST
"NUMEROUS STUDIES DEMONSTRATE THAT EVERY DOLLAR INVESTED IN PUBLIC WATER AND SEWER INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICES YIELDS APPROXIMATELY $8.97 FOR THE NATIONAL ECONOMY."
CHILDREN OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS ARE NOT U.S. CITIZENS
". . . IT IS DIFFICULT TO FATHOM HOW THOSE WHO DEFY AMERICAN LAW CAN DERIVE BENEFITS FOR THEIR CHILDREN BY THEIR DEFIANCE--OR THAT ANY SOVEREIGN NATION WOULD ALLOW SUCH A THING."
HISTORIC PHOTOS FREEZE-FRAME THE DEVELOPMENT OF LONG ISLAND
A KEY BATTLEGROUND DURING THE REVOLUTION AND A VITAL MILITARY WEAPONS SUPPLIER DURING WORLD WAR II, LONG ISLAND IS WELL-KNOWN FOR ITS BEAUTIFUL BEACHERS AND SPRAWLING SUBURGS.
HOMESCHOOLING: THE SLEEPING GIANT OF AMERICAN EDUCATION
". . . IF THE NATION'S APPROXIMATELY 3,000,000 HOMESCHOOLED STUDENTS CHOSE TO ENROLL IN U.S. PUBLIC SCHOOLS FOR THE 2009-10 ACADEMIC YEAR, STATES AND COMMUNITIES WOULD NEED TO ALLOCATE SIGNIFICANT FUNDING TO ACCOMMODATE ALL OF THEM."

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