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Monthly Archives: July 2019

New Bill Allows Victims to Sue Sanctuary Cities

The hundreds of victims of illegal aliens within sanctuary cities may finally get some long-awaited justice thanks to Republican’s Sen. Thom Tillis and Rep. Ted Budd from North Carolina. The politicans just introduced a bill Thursday, that would allow victims of crimes perpetrated by illegal immigrants to sue sanctuary cities if that is where the crime occurred. The new bill ...

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Family Podcasts for Road Trips

Summer is nearly over, but there’s still time to get in a few road trips before it’s back to school. While there are loads of options to keep kids occupied on the road, having something to listen to as a family can make car trips a little more fun. Here are our choices for family-friendly podcasts to entertain both kids ...

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Do You Know The Power Of Human Touch?

It’s a touchy subject but human contact is vital to our health and well-being. Unspoken communication flows between people who share direct skin-to-skin contact. Sometimes, the act of touching is intentional but there many occasions when humans touch each other subconsciously – without conscious awareness. One little-known factoid is that our skin is, in fact, our largest organ. If laid ...

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The Difference Between Bipolar Disorder and ADHD – What Every Mom Should Know!

Though somewhat related, Bipolar Disorder and ADHD, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder are two very distinct conditions. In fact because children with Bipolar Disorder often suffer with ADHD as well, until recently children with Bipolar Disorder were often misdiagnosed with ADHD and did not receive the proper treatment. Attention Deficit Disorder is a group of conditions, a learning disability that ...

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Can The President Fix Social Media?

On July 11, 2019, President Donald Trump hosted a summit to discuss social media issues with top online promoters and members of Congress. About 250 online journalists and influencers joined forces to defend the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution which protects free speech. Concern over leftward-leaning media bias and the suppression of conservative voices is prompting retaliatory action from ...

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Technology Is Sacrificing Our Children’s Identity And Safety

Technology makes it possible for parents to monitor their baby while the baby sleeps or plays in a room completely separated from the parent. With the use of video monitoring systems, parents are able to get more done while watching their children at the same time. A big difference from how parents had to literally do it all, while ensuring ...

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Donate Your Car to Charity

Hey mom, have the kids gone off to school and is it time to trade in “mom’s taxi” for something a lot more fun? Or, does your hubby have some old piece of junk just gathering rust on the driveway that you would love for him to finally get rid of? Why don’t you think of doing something good with ...

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What Is Early Menopause?

My the first time I read “Are You There God, It’s Me Margaret” I was whisked away into a Judy Blume world of girls who were going through preadolescence. I was in the 4th grade, but I could relate to Margaret. My friend Kim started to develop early. I hadn’t. But the day that I finally became ‘a woman’ I ...

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Restorative Sleep Is Rare In Women, Study Says

Mother may know best, but the father is the one who gets all the rest. Well, that’s not really how the rhyme goes, but there’s truth to it, nonetheless. Men have this amazing ability to be fully present in the moment. Without much prompting or course study, the art of clearing the mind has been the worldwide struggle of females ...

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Kamala Harris Gave A Lenient Plea Deal To A Sexual Predator?

A new controversy had just bubbled up involving 2020 Democratic Presidential hopeful Kamala Harris that ironically mirrors that of former Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta, concerning a lenient plea deal when Harris was a California prosecutor and later the acting Attorney General. Both Acosta and Harris presided over two different and unrelated cases involving sexual allegations of gross criminal misconduct by ...

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