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Monthly Archives: February 2020

Coping With A Passive-Aggressive Boss

Unless you are an extraordinarily lucky soul, you have suffered the unusual cruelty of a passive-aggressive boss who made life miserable and full of anxiety for no good reason. Only the strongest personalities can withstand daily attacks on their work products, botched communications, and managerial incompetence. A shocking new poll from employment talent agency Robert Half revealed that almost half ...

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Just Touching This Street Drug Could Kill You!

Law enforcement officials are warning of a new street drug that is so inherently dangerous that merely touching it can kill you! A sample of the bizarre new super drug, aptly named, “gray death” was recently recovered from two suspects from the Lake Charles, Louisiana area who were traveling across St. Mary Parish, CBS affiliate KLFY reported. “You don’t want ...

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Babies Need to Sleep in Their Own Cribs!

Child-rearing experts and pediatricians have been saying for years that it is not a good idea to have babies and toddlers ever sleep in a bed with their parents for both physical safety, and emotional reasons. However, a recent survey reveals that there are many parents who are still failing to get this message. A new study has found that ...

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Public Schools: Communism in America?

Bernie Sanders has been a radical-left socialist his whole life. He has been pushing his radical-left socialist agenda for over 30 years, both in Vermont and in the U.S. Senate. He has proposed progressive-income-tax rates of 90% on productive “super-rich” businessmen like Bill Gates of Microsoft and Jeff Bezos of Amazon. These are brilliant entrepreneurs who create tens of thousands ...

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How to Tell a Friend That Their Kid Is Bullying Yours

If you are like me, you probably like to avoid confrontation as much as possible. This is especially true among the parents of your kid’s friends, and in particular, if you, yourself, happen to be friends with the other mom or dad. But, sometimes words cannot be avoided, as in the case when you know that your friend’s kid, may ...

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Can Public Schools Make Your Child Illiterate?

Bernie Sanders, our friendly, radical-left candidate for President, wants a “Thurgood Marshall  Plan For Public Education” (https://berniesanders.com/en/issues/reinvest-in-public-education/ ). What are some of the elements of this plan? End the unaccountable profit-motive of charter schools (end school choice for parents) Provide ‘equitable funding’ for public schools (higher real-estate taxes for parents) Give teachers a much-deserved raise, expand their collective bargaining rights ...

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The Dark Side of Finland’s Progressive Parental Leave Policy

Finland has been making the news lately for its new widely praised, federally mandated parental leave policy. The new policy will take effect in the fall of 2021 at the earliest and grants nearly 7 months of leave each to the mother and father of a new baby. The legislation is hailed for prioritizing children and aiding family bonding. By ...

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Beautiful For The Ball

My husband took our seven-year-old daughter to our small town’s annual Father/Daughter dance last weekend. The theme was Butterfly Kisses, and the excitement had been building in our house for three weeks prior to the big event. She practiced dancing around the kitchen with the broom, her little brother, me, and her other little brother. She wanted to make sure ...

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The Latest Pro-Abortion Argument: Lack Of Paid Maternity Leave

In a new low, pro-choice groups are pushing America’s lack of mandated paid maternity leave as a reason to keep abortions legal and easily accessible. The Guardian recently published an article written by Charlotte Sullivan, a professional educator who chose to end her first pregnancy at age 34. She was married and both she and her husband were employed, but ...

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Have You Heard of Reality Discipline?

Are you struggling with effective ways to discipline your children and modify their behavior? Maybe it’s time for a “reality check.” “Reality Discipline” is a term and methodology coined by child psychologist Dr. Kevin Leman. It is a clever method of getting your little ones to obey, that he says is less exhausting and more successful than ranting, raving, blaming, ...

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