Author Archives: Anthony Ghosn

Convergence

We have seen enormous progress in America. However, when you think back to the men who laid their lives down for this nation – the men whose blind hope and faith in the future of this country led... Read More »

Hope and government

Immigration reform is going to go totally unrealized unless the Republican majority gets unseated in the midterm elections, or the Democrats agree to support Boehner in any Speaker election – and... Read More »

Financing the World

In 2002, William Kamkwamba used bicycle parts, blue gum tree and scraps to build a windmill in his village in Malawi. Only fifteen, William nevertheless managed to use the windmill to power several... Read More »