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- Soy Today, Hunger Tomorrow
- Posted 3 days ago
Genetically modified crops have always been a source of heated debate. Many people and organizations are actively trying to ban these crops from being grown. You, too, may have some…
- Green Light: What You Can Expect During …
- Posted 6 days ago
Immigration can be a lengthy and drawn out process with many steps involved. If you’re looking to become a citizen, you should know what to expect.
The first step for immigrants…
- Solving Unsustainable Social Security
- Posted 3 weeks ago
It’s not secret that Social Security isn’t and won’t be around forever unless major change takes place. In fact, more than one-third of retirees rely on their social security for…
- Temp Job Myths
- Posted 3 weeks ago
More employers are hiring temporary employees. According to the American Staffing Association, “U.S. staffing companies employed an average of 3.2 million temporary and contract workers per week in 2014, up…
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More employers are hiring temporary employees. According to the American Staffing Association, “U.S. staffing companies employed an average of 3.2 million temporary and contract workers per week in 2014, up 5.4% from 2013.”
While staffing agencies will tell you that the rise makes temporary work seem like a positive thing, what they won’t tell you is that there are many cost-effective benefits for employers when it comes to hiring a temporary worker vs.… [Read more]
When most of us think of Detroit, we think of its historic nickname: Motor City. There’s over a century of automotive history behind that nickname – automotive history that fostered the American dream and the expanding world of capitalism.
The 20th century saw the rise and gradual decline of one of America’s greatest powerhouse industries. This once-booming staple fell into a deep period of misfortune during the 2008 recession, but it’s finally on the upswing.… [Read more]
There’s no doubt white collar crime in the US is out of control. The number of white collar criminals have increased in proportion to the growth of industry itself, and the 2013 FBI report on white collar crime showed a decrease in the number of white collar criminals prosecuted. Perhaps, the decrease in prosecution is evidence that white collar criminals are far more sophisticated and less visible to legal authorities. … [Read more]
The military of the future does not fight wars and hunt terrorists—it fights the spread of disease.
At the start of 2015, President Obama made a State of the Union speech thanking, in one sentence, the doctors, nurses, and soldiers responsible for helping control the spread of Ebola. More tellingly, he went on to connect international health with poverty—right in the middle of his discussion of American national security.… [Read more]
Initiation rituals, humiliating and sometimes downright deadly acts required of individuals seeking to be accepted into a group, are known as “hazing.” But it’s perfectly clear that these stunts can cause short-term and life-long physical and emotional harm.
Athletic teams, high school social clubs, college sororities and fraternities . . . these are some of the groups known to subject wannabes or newbies to hazing, often concentrated in a short period of time called “hell week.” Sadly, the damage can last a lot longer than that.… [Read more]
Maybe the naysayers don’t have it completely wrong. Maybe there is something to be said about the dangers of getting swept up in every gust of opinion that blows its way across the national stage. Perhaps it’s true that bowing to public pressure isn’t always the best course of action, and a mob mentality shouldn’t decide whether or not people should get to keep their jobs.… [Read more]
The BK Dame Says
It’s not secret that Social Security isn’t and won’t be around forever unless major change takes place. In fact, more than one-third of retirees rely on their social security for 90 percent of their income, reports AARP. The Social Security scare doesn’t only apply to your beloved parents and grandparents, it applies to people who are receiving Social Security disability (SSD) benefits.… [Read more]
Quick News Bites
With trials for the 2016 Olympics Women’s Gymnastics competition coming up, the world will soon know who will be competing in the Olympics. According to students with Ohio … [Read More...]
Since the Affordable Care Act took effect in 2010, the number of uninsured Americans has dropped from 18 percent to 13.4 percent at the end of the 2014 enrollment period, according to a Gallup poll. The law has had its ups-and-downs, but appears to be working the way Congress and President Barack Obama envisioned it.
Each year more provisions of the law go into effect.… [Read more]
Money is often said to be the root of all evil, and from cartoon villains, to real life businesses, scandals involving big bank accounts and lawsuit settlements with advances, can devastate the economy and many different businesses. There was no shortage of scandals involving large amounts of money in 2014. Let’s look at a few of the most outrageous.… [Read more]
Genetically modified crops have always been a source of heated debate. Many people and organizations are actively trying to ban these crops from being grown. You, too, may have some strong views on it. Studies have revealed that there IS something wrong with GMO (genetically modified organism) crops. A major study has revealed the herbicide used for it should be a major cause of concern.… [Read more]
The United States has a significantly unequal distribution of weallth when held in comparison with other developed countries across the globe. So much so that recent figures state reveal that in the US 75.4% of all wealth is owned by the richest 10% of the population. This means that the US has the most extreme wealth concentration of any of the top 20 developed nations in the world.… [Read more]
The aesthetic surgery and beauty industry depend on a good economy for growth. Right now there is an increase, but in past years of recessions in 2001 and 2007-09, the stagnation of the economy led to less procedures and products bought. The products supplied and bought are some of the most profitable since they can change and move with a flexible economy.… [Read more]
Last night I was talking with someone who has an active mind that I very much respect. I always enjoy our discussions whether about politics, sports or women. Politically we are polar opposites, but we share passions and, at the end of the day, we share many concerns. This was not an angry or contentious discussion by any means but, toward the end, I realized, perhaps for the first time, that our views of the state of America are as opposed as our solutions.… [Read more]
Say It In Song
It’s a challenge to feel ‘musical’ when surrounded by so much negativity. The “Say It In Song” space has always been used to connect songs of any era and genre to current political events but, given that songs often evoke powerful emotions, it has been difficult to post songs when political tensions are already running so high (or low, if one is taking the disgust factor into consideration).… [Read more]