How A 5 Minute Storm Gorged A Weeks Worth Of Electricity…

Sunday, July 26, 2010 was a  drab day, initially but later transcended into something remarkably dreadful. In the span of five minutes: a thrash of neon blue light slayed four trees in front of my house.Rain splattered against my home’s windows  and  wind far-flung itself against my roof;thus vibrating itself against my home  like a cell…

Fair and Lovely Skin Cream: Is Unfair and Cruel

I don’t think a cream that reduces the amount of melanin in a woman’s face can make her beautiful overnight nor does it fix asymmetrical facial features. Creams can’t cure ugly. Besides, some of the most beautiful women in the entire world are dark skinned ladies, i.e, Iman and Naomi Campbell for example. They definitely…

Martin O’Malley Expands College Readiness Plan

Governor Martin O’ Malley has always “Moved Maryland Forward” through his job creation, environmental protection, and health-care initiatives. Yet, what Marylanders should also  know is that education is his baby and that he wants to nurture it until it grows up healthy and strong. Therefore, the governor plans to spearhead his ” Building Maryland Schools Plan”…

Nikki Haley: New Wave Of Indian American Politicians

Nikki Haley ( born Nimrata Randhawa) won the gubernatorial election for South Carolina in late June.  Besides  Gov. Bobby Jindal ( Louisiana’s Governor), she is not the only Indian American in office, let alone, running in this year’s election season. Indian Americans are on the rise, politically speaking. They could be a staunch supporter for…

Delegate Al Carr: A Down-To-Earth Person

Delegate Al Carr was appointed to the House of Delegates in 2007 and has served district 18 with grace and aplomb.   Carr  has helped increased government transparency, has championed a bill that holds big energy services accountable for reliable services, and has helped pass the Job Creation and Recovery Tax Credit legislation. That alone should…

Eric Luedtke: Spearheads Education

Education is fundamental in my area. We do have the best schools, greatest teachers and a pristine curriculum. And I can speak from personal experience that before I started public school in Montgomery County, I suffered from having poor private  school elementary education. It was a terrible experience for me because I came out learning…