Artist Usher Raymond’s New Look Foundation Continues to Grow After More Than a Decade of Service
Often is the case that when celebrities reach certain levels of success, they get involved in philanthropic initiatives or take the ultimate step by forming their own charitable organization. Following a successful breakthrough into the American R&B music genre in the 1990s, Usher Raymond IV (known simply as “Usher”) did just that, founding a non-profit organization by the name of New Look Foundation.First Government Overthrow, Then Chaos, and Next Legitimate Elections – How Does That Work?
It is rather interesting that the world media convinced US citizens that all of the turbulence, protests, riots, and “Days of Rage” in Egypt and Tunisia were all about democracy and power to the people. Unfortunately, what many people didn’t understand was that the utter chaos, anarchy, and problems that followed, and will continue into the future will be far worse for the citizens living in those countries. Right now, the populations of these countries are having a tough time feeding themselves, and their economic base has been destroyed.What Franchising Taught Me About International Diplomacy and Geo-Politics
Before retirement, I had franchised my company in many states in the United States and other countries as well. It was quite interesting to me that when you’re doing business with your customers, vendors, and partners in other countries you make friends quickly. Any preconceived notions that bother you about the culture, the structure of their society, or their government quickly become irrelevant.Charitable Donations: To Give Or Not To Give?
As responsible members of our communities and compassionate people, we all want to give as much as we can to charitable organizations. After all, the money that we give to charities is really an investment in our communities, our country, and the world at large.In Celebration of Independence Day
July 4, 1776 While the birth of our nation followed several years later with the signing of the Articles of Confederation (1781), and still later the Constitution of the United States (September 17, 1787), the fourth of July is our country’s most coveted day – Independence Day. The day we recognize as the signing date of the Declaration of Independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain. With the stroke of the quill, and in John Hancock’s case, a flourish, thirteen small colonies declared their separation from the most powerful nation on earth, their former sovereign.