Social Issues

Tribute to the Church Fair

The dog days of summer: when July arrives, lawns turn brown, and shade is at a premium. When driving around ...
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Unsustainable: American K-12 Public Education

The quality of an American public education has been steadily eroding for years. Today, many school districts are graduating children ...
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Medical Malpractice Claims the Hippocratic Oath: Part Two

While the medical journal community lectures on climate change, a complex subject it has no expertise in, it ignores crises ...
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Understanding Today’s Left Through Berlin’s Two Concepts of Liberty

Today, the Left runs rampant through the corridors of government, academia, and treasured institutions.  It tramples over the individual and ...
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How $9.80 Created a Literary Balm for Troubled Times: Revisiting Fahrenheit 451

Today, looking around our great yet troubled country, one can’t help but feel the suppressing force of cancel culture. Watch ...
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Hilton Head Island Reflections and Observations

Our family recently wrapped-up that American summertime ritual of the week-long gathering at a coastal sandbar by the ocean. For ...
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Broadening Path to Middle Class Starts with Closing Digital Divide

On May 4, 2021, Nick Deiuliis joined Pittsburgh Steeler legend and Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis to help close the ...
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Deiuliis Announces Formation of Mentorship Academy to Support Local, Disadvantaged Youth

(Pittsburgh, PA.) – Today, Nick Deiuliis announced the launch of an Academy focused on providing mentorship and access to greater ...
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The Arts Wage a Shooting War Against STEM

Despite spending a career in technical fields and being an engineer at heart, I’ve been a lifelong fan of the ...
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House of Life of Pittsburgh: Battling Society’s Toughest Challenges

Everyone, from politicians to giant corporations, talks the talk of social justice and moral imperatives. So, it’s rare to find ...
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Teens and Avoiding Poverty: Three Simple Yet Challenging Rules

I have a confession to make #2…in a series. From time to time, while writing The Leech and researching speech ...
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