"My Way" 4 cancer care by Kelly Duran - First, I'd like to thank my very good friend Stephanie for recognizing the awarness that cancer needs for real people dealing with very difficult life decisions and setting up the GOFUNDME. So, "Hi" my name is Raquel "Kelly" Duran and I am attacking "cancer" the right way for me "MY WAY". I
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., asked Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., to “immediately” call the House back into session and debate whether to authorize the use of force in Syria. “Congress must live up to its Constitutional responsibility to debate an Authorization of the Use of Military Force
The Senate Democrats who successfully blocked Neil Gorsuch can hold their heads high because they refused to allow a corrupt president, and a morally bankrupt Senate Majority Leader to steal a Supreme Court seat without a fight.
In what may be the most explosive episode of his high-profile television career, psychologist and TV show host Dr. Phil exposed the little-known phenomenon of human trafficking of sex slaves among the elite echelons of society. By Alex Newman
"Research has shown that the continued use of American Indian mascots, symbols, images and personalities has a negative effect on not only American Indians students but all students," American Psycological Association, apa.org The American Psycological Association, along with hundreds o
There's a tragic irony at the heart of American criminal-justice policy. While we invest billions of dollars each year to house inmates in state and federal correctional facilities, our collective willingness to invest falters when it comes to ensuring the formerly incarcerated don't reoffend. Of the more than 600,000 Americans released from custody every year, two-thirds will be rearrested within three years. What most ex-offenders need isn't a handout, but a job. Alas, landing a job is no easy feat for those with a criminal record. And to at least some extent, bad public policy is to blame. Study after study have demonstrated that, when the formerly incarcerated can receive training and find work, they are far less likely to reoffend. But the very fields that they are likely to find success in are often subject to occupational-licensing regimes that preclude those who have been convicted of a crime.
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