Archives for July 2017

The Impact of Climate Change on Summer Storms and What You Can Do About It

Have you ever been in a harsh summer rain storm—one of those where lightning seems to continuously charge across the sky, thunder rolls on day or night, and rain and hail pound the earth with fury—and thought to yourself, “I caused that?” You may not be Thor, God of Thunder, but your presence on this earth does have a power and influence to it.… [Read more]

Smart Financial Moves to Make in the Current Political Environment

Even a minor mistake can drive your assets into the ground, and that is why it is always a good idea to err on the side of caution. Aggressively protecting your financial future could help you avoid common roadblocks and pitfalls that have destroyed countless lives over the years. Here is a look at five financial moves that you might want to consider making sooner rather than later.… [Read more]

The Hidden, Insidious Gears of Poverty Cycles

Have you ever had to replace something that you need as cheaply as possible? Has an emergency ever forced you to give something up on your monthly budget? What if that was the reality of every purchasing decision you make? You would be approaching the daily struggle of being poor.

Understanding poverty means understanding the poverty cycle on both a daily and generational level.… [Read more]

What Is Net Neutrality and Why Is Everyone Talking About It?

Net neutrality is a phrase that has been trending almost daily in recent weeks. If you’re struggling to keep up with the conversation, you’re not alone. Many people don’t understand the importance of net neutrality because, for most Americans, net neutrality is the status quo. It’s the internet we’re accustomed to using every day.

The majority of us can log on to the internet and access any information we want, at any time we want, without the content being filtered or the speed being restricted in any way.… [Read more]

Drug Policies Around the World & How They Affect Society

What is most effective at keeping a society safe from addictive substances while minimizing the costs of such efforts? When it comes to the penalties for the use and sales of illegal drugs like cocaine or heroin, each country around the world has its own set of rules and punishments. Today we compare four: the United States, Australia, Germany, and Switzerland.… [Read more]

How Do We Stop Our Drinking and Driving Problem?

Drinking and driving has been a problem for as long as we’ve had cars on the road — it even has its own legal designation. Nearly 10,000 people every year are killed in car crashes that involve at least one alcohol impaired driver. Why is drinking and driving such a pervasive problem and what can we do to fix it?… [Read more]

It’s Official: Selling and Using Marijuana for Recreational Purposes is Now Legal and Active in Nevada

While the regulation of CBD market in UK is going through some drastic changes as the government is trying to gain control over the regulations guiding non-psychoactive Cannabidiol products, Nevada becomes the fifth state in the United States of America to allow the selling and use of psychoactive marijuana for recreational purposes. It seems that the two governments are going in completely different directions in respect to marijuana.… [Read more]