Which Country Has The World’s Most Powerful Passport?

Which Country Has The World’s Most Powerful Passport?

The Passport Index ranks the world’s passports by the number of countries that are easily accessible by the passport holder. Which passport is the most powerful when it comes to traveling around the world? Singapore. The country earned the number-one spot after Paraguay removed visa requirements for Singaporeans, reports CNN. People who possess a Singapore passport can easily visit 159

In The Age of the Successful Psychopath

In The Age of the Successful Psychopath

President Donald Trump expressed how pleased he was with the level of assistance his government had offered Puerto Rico. Given the catastrophic damage the island has sustained, Trump seems rather delusional in his conclusion of how the relief effort has been handled. In this quote from CNN.com: “All available resources, including the military, are being marshaled to save lives,” he said.

Astronauts of the future may “sail on light”

Astronauts of the future may “sail on light”

Before you start imagining pirate ships, cyborgs, and aliens like in Disney’s Treasure Planet, let’s get a few things straight… Astronauts of the future will almost all be robots and spacecraft will not begin to look like old-school pirate ships anytime soon.  However, they just may have a sail on them. Nasa has begun testing of a revolutionary new technology

Animal Testing May Soon Be Banned In Canada

Animal Testing May Soon Be Banned In Canada

Senators recently voted unanimously in favor of S-214, the Cruelty Free Cosmetics Act at the Senate Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology first introduced by Senator Carolyn Stewart Olsen in December of 2015. Though there are still a few hurdles to overcome for it to become law, this is a step in the right direction for animal protection. 

How New Passive Income Rules Affect Small Businesses

How New Passive Income Rules Affect Small Businesses

Amendments to the government’s passive income rules may be disadvantageous for small businesses, according to Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) president Dan Kelly. Specifically, the rules may hinder the companies’ growth potential. While he said the implementation was good news because the government is starting to understand how important passive income is to businesses, the rules may prevent small

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