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  • Health Care Reform
    Health care reform and your 2014, 2015 taxes
    In recent times, you have probably been hearing discussions regarding health care reform, Obamacare or Affordable Care Act in the media.These are the unofficial labels for the Affordable Care Act and The Patient Protection, a nationwide health...
  • Protecting Kids From Adult Conversations
    Johnny Can't Read, But He Sure Can Be Drawn Into A Discussion
    When a system becomes overstressed or overburdened, people tend to share that stress with their peers.The proper terminology for such a situation is lateral violence. Simply put, when a cultureofa workplace environment is overstressed oroverburden...
  • sharia
    Despite al-Sisi's call, most Muslim nations still embrace 7th century Sharia
    In what many in the West have been calling for at least since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 if not longer, a leader of a majority Muslim populated nation has called for change within Islam. As reported by the conservative-leaning news...
  • Why taper the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act?
    Why taper the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act?
    Maybe the country is more about improving for the better of the majority and not just diluting Dodd-Frank reform at banks and financial institutions pleasure for greed. With so many pressing issues before them in regards to the will of the people,...
  • Competency Education
    Policy: competency education
    According to an up-to-date report, by the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL), policy makers could benefit from readjusting rules and nomenclature to prepare students for college and/or career.The document specifies five...
  • Santa wish list
    Dear Santa wish list
    All I want for Christmas is:I want a complete new Congress devoid of any influence from any businesses that will make the working people the special interest. There are a very few existing Congressional members and some new elected unindoctrinated...
  • China increases financial reforms as their central bank will now insure deposits
    China increases financial reforms as their central bank will now insure deposits
    In the United States we have the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) to protect depositors and account holders in the case of a bank failure. This institution was an outcome from the early days of the Great Depression, when banks for the...
  • Education Reform
    Education reform, it must take place in the appropriate venue.
    Education reform has been occurring for years. Reform has taken place for a variety of different causes, issues, movements, or reasons. It has occurred on a variety of different fronts, deriving from diverse origins, and stemmed from a number of...
  • Immigration
    A common sense compromise on immigration
    By now it should be clear to everyone that the current immigration system is broken and beyond repair. Illegal immigrants flock across the border with seeming impunity. Businesses depend on the labor of these immigrants, even as many US citizens...
  • School Reform
    Obama: 100 million for college-prep, apprenticeships
    In March of 2014, Obama announced two new contingencies that will aim to better train students for " in-demand jobs in the future" at the high school and college levels.The proposed Youth CareerConnect grant allocation could provide...
  • Ryan addressed the "tailspin of culture"
    Paul Ryan: "There's a real culture problem here."
    A simple remark about poverty has created quite a hornet's nest of trouble amongst liberals for Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wisc. He certainly had no idea that his short remark would be taken out of context and used by liberals to infer an insult to...
  • Doctors worried that Obamacare rule will leave them with unpaid bills
    Doctors worried that Obamacare rule will leave them with unpaid bills
    Kaiser Health News (KHN) reported on Wednesday that an Obamacare rule may stick doctors with unpaid bills because of a 90-day grace period for government-subsidized health plans and have urged doctors to check patients' insurance status before...
  • Shackled & Chained
    Shackled & Chained: An Interview with Eugene Puryear
    I first ran across Eugene Puryear in an interview with RT News and felt compelled to get into contact with him. Mr. Puryear is only in his late twenties, and yet he’s out doing some amazing work, including his new book Shackled and Chained:...
  • The current state of modern education
    Black modern living : 3A-1 : What is education?
    What is Education? : Education is "the act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life.,the act or...
  • Illinois Democratic leaders
    Illinois Continues to Unravel; Do Most Even Care?
    Another legislative session has come and gone and still no pension reform. Illinois is still behind paying its bills by $6 billion and that is expected to balloon to about $9 billion come fall. Illinois just saw its credit rating drop for the 13th...