Latin Americans increasing force in U.S.

Shannon Roberts | 10 October 2012

Will Latin American voters soon have a significant say in how one the world’s most powerful countries is run?  The changing demography of many American states suggests that the answer could be yes and that Latin American voters are a growing force to contend with.

God not dead among young people

Shannon Buckley | 13 April 2012

The Press reported recently that perhaps God is not so dead among young people in New Zealand after all.  Victoria University’s religious studies professor Paul Morris considers there to be evidence of a growing religious revival among young people in the country.  This comes after a United States study listed New Zealand as one of the nine countries in the world where religion will all but die last year. 

The US Melting Pot Keeps on Bubbling

Marcus Roberts | 13 April 2011
The 2011 US censes shows that the future population of the United States will be more Hispanic, more Asian, less African-American and less white.
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