The cost of college tuition increases every year, and the majority of students have to take on debt to afford going to school. Many students struggle financially after graduating from college because of their large monthly student loan payments. In our changing political and economic environment, having a degree that won’t leave students saddled with overwhelming debt is worth investigating; choosing a degree that allows you to pursue a stable and high-paying career will help you pay off your loans easily.… [Read more]
This section is here because, well, there is more than just one opinion on the planet.
By now you’ve heard of the 21st Century Cures Act. It’s a 996-page healthcare bill that passed through the House and the Senate in a landslide vote of 392-26 and 94-5 respectively. For those of us not following every little movement in Washington, it feels like the first bipartisan supported bill in ages. President Obama has already pledged to sign it into law.… [Read more]
There is no question about the fact that healthcare is broken in the United States and really has been for many years. It was largely on the issue of unaffordable healthcare that Obama won the presidency in 2008, and it is still largely due to an unaffordable and broken healthcare system that led Donald J. Trump to victory in 2016.… [Read more]
Opiate addiction is increasingly becoming a big problem in America. Of the estimated 36 million opiate addicts in the world, roughly 2 million reside in the United States alone. Considering the numbers, opiate addiction has caught the attention of local and state leaders alike and has been called an epidemic more than once. This has resulted in an increase of funds for opiate rehab programs, addiction research, pharmaceutical regulations, and more.… [Read more]
For many students, faith doesn’t play a huge part in deciding which college to attend. For them, the only real consideration is which college offers the right course, or whether they can afford to go to an Ivy League college. For students of faith, however, there is another issue: that is, whether to apply to a secular college or attend a mainstream college.… [Read more]
Politics aren’t as easy as the 1800s when you could ply your voters by providing enough booze to kill them and hope they hit your name on the ballot box. It involves complex branding and image control. There are degrees based around setting up a good political image. It’s a serious business.
The real question is how much of your vote is based around branding and not candidates?… [Read more]
With Donald Trump now officially the president-elect in the United States, there are a lot of questions regarding what his administration will do in a number of key areas, including health care. With so many people all over the country struggling with rising health insurance premiums and the rising cost of prescriptions, everyone is looking for a solution that will work for all people, regardless of income level.… [Read more]
Modern college campuses can be a tough place to be for conservatives. Many are liberal and that may be reflected in their administrators, instructors, and students. As a result, challenging conservative beliefs and values is common place in many classes and campuses.
In such environments, conservative students become easy targets for ridicule. They face harassment which makes campus life a draining and frustrating experience, particularly for unprepared freshmen.… [Read more]
Though online higher education is a fairly recent phenomenon, choosing to complete a degree may become one of the best decisions you make, especially if you are an international student. Online college provides the affordability, flexibility, and accommodations that international students need. Here is a quick overview of some of the top reasons to consider enrolling in an online degree program.… [Read more]
It is no surprise that the world’s largest economy also has the world’s largest healthcare system. The United States spends trillions of dollars on healthcare every single year across public and private sectors, making its industry larger than most developed economies. The history of the U.S. health system tells a different story than that of many other countries, which has resulted in an outcome that is quite different than many others.… [Read more]
Whether you’ve just moved to a new town or you’re simply looking to get more involved, it can seem daunting when you first try to get more involved in your community. These 5 tips will help you find a place to get involved close to home.
1. Learn a new skill Taking a class at your local community center can connect you with others who are looking for new relationships.… [Read more]
Every once in a while, an investment opportunity comes along that is just too good to ignore. These don’t happen often, and you need to be able to react when they do pop up. If you’re looking into what that big opportunity will be in the coming months, then look no further than cannabis investments. Thanks to the legalization of cannabis in a handful of states, investors must look at it in a serious and rather exciting manner.… [Read more]
Another session of open enrollment for affordable health insurance is running from November 1, 2016 all the way to January 31, 2017. Under the new open enrollment period, you can enroll and acquire proper healthcare coverage. Election results haven’t changed this.
While there is plenty of information you can read to understand this latest open enrollment period and the available plans, there are still a lot of misconceptions and myths surrounding health insurance and the healthcare industry in general.… [Read more]
As more research and evidence proves the effectiveness of medical cannabis when it comes to treating a wide array of conditions and diseases, more nurses are necessary to help patients use cannabis in the most appropriate and effective ways.
Continue reading to learn why nurses are vital for the medical cannabis community. And if you want to do your part, consider getting your masters in nursing online from one of the best universities in the country offering RN to MSN programs for medical professionals.… [Read more]
While the American economy has rebounded strongly from the 2008 financial crisis and the Great Recession that followed, economic growth has remained below the long-term trend since World War II. This slower growth has a direct impact on family economics and the country as a whole. Economists, including those who study government spending have studied a variety of ways to boost economic growth.… [Read more]
Taqiyya, meaning fear in Arabic, is an Islamic juridical term that relates to when a Muslim is permitted to lie.
In most religions, such as Buddhism, Jainism, Hinduism, Christianity and Sikhism, lies are forbidden. But Imam Abdollah Vakily, a Canadian of Iranian origin, who is also the head of an international Islamic school in Canada, holds a different view about lies in Islam.… [Read more]
The decision to run for political office can be a complex one. Every member of your network becomes doubly important, whether it’s a personal acquaintance or business associate. Once you commit to enter the political arena, it’s imperative to gain the political support needed for a successful campaign. Take some of the following ideas into consideration to get your candidacy on the forefront of everyone’s minds.… [Read more]
School is back in session so this is worth repeating: school buses scream safety. They are hard to miss. Their purpose is clear. Modern buses are reinforced to protect the children that ride on them. The Michigan State Police report that riding a bus to school is safer than walking, riding a bike, or even being driven to school in a private vehicle.… [Read more]
Having a college degree is more important than ever before. Although economic conditions are constantly changing, a college degree is always a solid investment in your future. Here are the top four reasons why it’s essential nowadays to earn your degree.Monetary Rewards
There’s a substantial difference in the income levels of people with and without college degrees.… [Read more]
For years, millions of Americans were either covered by an insurance plan they couldn’t afford or had to forego insurance altogether, creating mountains of medical related debt and extensive health problems. Since the inception of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as ObamaCare or Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), in March of 2010, more and more Americans have been able to receive health care that is affordable.… [Read more]