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Students Fight For Their Right To Learn…And Lose

A group of Detroit schoolchildren filed a lawsuit against the State of Michigan for their right to receive sufficient education. They argued that they had a fundamental right to learn how to read and write — despite being educated in some of the worst public schools in the state and by teachers who don’t have the necessary materials. The lawsuit ...

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The Right Man for You Might be the Wrong Man for Your Kids

When it comes to love and marriage one thing is for sure—there are NO guarantees. This being the case, it should come as no surprise that stepfamilies are becoming the new norm whereas biologically formed families of original mothers and fathers with their children is slowly becoming extinct. We are now a nation in which the majority of families are ...

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Advancement of Technology is the Death of Hospitality

It goes without saying that society has been improved exponentially with the advancement of technology. We use technology every day and to do just about everything. We rely on the advancement of technology for our ability to travel, communicate, learn, improve our business, and to live in comfort. With all of this, is it possible that technology has a dark ...

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It’s a bird, it’s a plane…it’s a champion of change!

When you think of a superhero, you often imagine a man or woman wearing a cape and fighting the enemy with weapons. Well, there’s currently a “champion of change” who wears traditional Nigerian attire rather than a cape and who uses his words and wisdom as his weapon for change against the enemy known as pollution and environmental devastation. That ...

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Health insurance is now mandated! What next? Forced marriage after sex?

Republican Gov. Phil Scott very silently signed into law a bill that will include a penalty for those who don’t have insurance in Vermont. This mandate is scheduled to take effect in 2020, according to The Washington Times. Scott and the state’s largest private health insurance provider said that this mandate provides stability. Days after this, New Jersey Gov. Phil ...

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Jobs or Student Loan Forgiveness?

How would you feel if the tax cuts for the wealthiest corporations and individuals went toward paying off the entirety of American student loan debt? Well, if the Students Over Special Interest Act has its way, you won’t soon be in a position to make that choice on your own. President Trump’s December tax reform law cut about $1.5 trillion ...

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Facebook loses teen market at rapid pace

As parents, we are often concerned about what our young social media connoisseurs are watching and doing on a daily basis. According to a Pew survey conducted during 2014 and 2015, 94% of teens go online to utilize social media in some form or another. With such a large amount of youth participating in social media, it becomes a major ...

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I get a gun, you get a gun, we all get a gun!

In the wake of the massive school shootings that have invaded our lives, you would think that society would fight to regulate the number of guns that can be carried by those who are not equipped or legally allowed to hold such weaponry. Without a doubt, one can’t successfully argue against someone else’s Second Amendment right to keep and bear ...

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Overcoming Motherly Guilt

“Time passes unhindered. When we make mistakes, we cannot turn the clock back and try again. All we can do is use the present well.”  – the Dalai Lama   Look up in the sky—it’s a bird, it’s a plane… oh, no… it’s just mom. We tend to feel like a superhero balancing career, family, and any semblance of a ...

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