ProEnglish Engages the New 117th Congress

By Stephen D. Guschov, Esq., January 14, 2021 Even with all of the great challenges that have been posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and shutdowns, ProEnglish has gotten off to a rapid start in recent days and weeks as we already have begun to engage the offices of several senators and representatives on Capitol Hill,…

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Political Violence: Whose Ox is being Gored?

By Allan Wall, January 12, 2021 The riot at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th is all over the news. It’s been called a “coup” and an “insurrection”. President Donald Trump has been blamed for inciting the riot in a speech at the Stop the Steal rally at the Ellipse (located between the White House…

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Podcast: What is a Secure Drivers’ License?

By US Incorporated Staff, January    2021 Keeping IDentities Safe, a non-partisan not-for-profit charity, has, for two decades, championed establishing minimum standards for driver’s license issuance and card security. Frankly, their work is more important than ever! Please listen to this podcast to learn how they work to protect your identity while promoting crime prevention…

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Video: Higher Ed Lacks Open, Fair Immigration Debates

By U.S. Incorporated Staff, January 8, 2021 The National Association of Scholars’ George La Noue discuss the latter’s report on the complex topic, “American Dreams: Debating Immigration and Border Security on Campus.” It’s a very timely conversation. Watch while Dr. La Noue raises several excellent questions that should be calmly discussed in academic settings but…

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