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Justice For Veterans: How To Move Forward After Combat

New recruits in the military are stripped of everything they know, handed a gun, and trained to defend freedom and justice for their country. But when they return home, and are possibly looking towards retirement, the benefits they’re promised may come up short, or can be difficult to obtain.

There is a dire need for social justice for veterans.… [Read more]

Is Single-Payer the Answer to Our Broken Health Care System?

The current state of health care in the U.S. is broken. Between the issues that arose with Obamacare and the mostly defunct ideas behind Trumpcare, the average American finds the system overwhelming and confusing. Neither one of these programs is ideal. It’s obvious that we need a better solution as quickly as possible.

Embracing the Single-Payer Platform

Many experts support the concept of the single-payer health care system.… [Read more]

Ways To Instantly Improve Client Communication: Help for Organizations

Clients are at the cornerstone of your organization – whether your clients are customers or the taxpaying public. They give you money and keep your numbers soaring high, or they are owed services as part of your constituency. It makes sense that you’re consistently trying to impress them and connect with them on a deeper level.… [Read more]

Music Education Provides Hope as it Sharpens Education Skills

The benefits of good school music education programs can end up becoming pervasive throughout all aspects of our society and make a positive difference. Studies have shown that students exposed to high quality music education programs exhibit positive traits like better language development, especially in children ages two through nine. The skills required to learn music use the left side of the brain, the area that is involved with processing and learning language.… [Read more]

Worst Roads in the USA: Which States Are in Need of Updated Infrastructure?

During last November’s national election in the United States, then candidate Trump campaigned on a platform which promised to initiate infrastructure repairs and refurbishment on a massive scale. Although the U.S. has enjoyed a well-developed interstate system since the days of the Eisenhower Administration, today highways, tunnels, and bridges in many places display the impact of decades of heavy use.… [Read more]

Empathy Gaps Affect Politics

When you stop empathizing with humans in politics, it can lead to some very dangerous politics. People are a valuable addition to society, and they can contribute great things, especially when performing at their peak: fed, healthy, and housed.

There is an empathy gap in politics have a serious human and economic costs; how can you address it?[Read more]

Study Finds Brain Disease in 110 out of 111 Former NFL Players

Football is a hard-hitting sport where frequent significant collisions can result in serious injury. New research found that 110 out of 111 former NFL players, based on samples from a Boston brain bank studying CTE, had evidence of brain disease. Although these samples were contributed mostly by family members wishing for the study into CTE, prompted by troubling symptoms before their relative’s death, the results prompt further investigation into the game’s injury risk.… [Read more]

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]

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]

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]

Donald Trump Really Might Be a Sociopath

It’s been a trend since the beginning of the 2016 election — medical professionals expressing their concerns about the health, both physical and mental, of our now Commander-in-Chief. From a distance, he’s been diagnosed with everything from clinical narcissism to being a full-fledged sociopath. Is it possible Donald Trump is truly a sociopath?

What Is a Sociopath?[Read more]

What is State Legislation Doing to Keep You Safer on the Road?

Some days, your daily commute may seem easy with all the motorists working together to make the drive go smoothly. Other days, you feel like you’re driving in a nightmare, avoiding a reckless and aggressive motorist on the right and a distracted driver on the left.

No one will argue with the fact that the roads throughout the U.S.… [Read more]

Trudeau Introduces New Legalized Marijuana Bill in Canada

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made good on one of his campaign promises by introducing a new bill that will legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Canada. The bill is drafted as a revolutionary measure to allow marijuana to be treated as a consumer product.

The move came as a surprise for some, but it was not completely unexpected.… [Read more]

Politically Passionate? What It Takes to Successfully Lead While in Office

Getting involved in politics is something that many people think that they can do, but it takes a special person to be able to work in this area. You need to be able to communicate with others and listen to what the people have to say as you want to try to make things right for everyone.… [Read more]

Can the Right Wing Get Rid of the Crocodiles? Where Would Their Policy Go From There?

“Draining the swamp” and removing corruption (crocodiles) from Washington is a difficult task. Corruption in politics comes from many things including inaccurate reporting, lobbyist groups with too much power and attention, or people with individual wants that outweigh their love of our nation.

The conservative groups in America have used the “crocodiles in the swamp” analogy to meet some of their needs over the years.[Read more]

Ethical Dilemmas in Healthcare

This past Friday, after only weeks of negotiations over the American Health Care Act (AHCA), Republicans had to admit defeat as they were forced to pull their repeal from the House Floor. The recent turmoil surrounding healthcare in the United States has shed light on my existing issues in healthcare, and defining new terms for the same.… [Read more]

4 Ways Trump’s Presidency Might Affect Healthcare Legislation

Sweeping changes to legislature are occurring barely one month into Donald Trump’s presidency. On January 9, 2017, the Journal of the American College of Radiology released an article citing four main areas of healthcare that might be affected by Trump’s presidency: repealing of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), increasing executive branch authority over physicians’ practices and payments, eliminating the CMMI and its impact on The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) of 2015, and changing tort reform.… [Read more]

Women’s Rising Interest in Politics in the Trump Era: Pussy Hats in Office

Women’s jaws dropped across the country when the announcement was made that Trump would be elected into office this past November. The news served as a call to action to every woman who feared for their unborn children, for the environment and equality for their fellow man (and woman).

There has been a rise in women stepping into seats of power and a growing interest in participating in politics that has never been seen before.… [Read more]

Let’s Talk Poltics: Reconnecting With Those With Whom You Disagree

It’s hard to talk to people who are angry or full of hatred. After this election, you might’ve flipped the table when your Aunt Shelby mentioned how great certain politicians will be for America. Or she might’ve flipped the table when you talked about the questions Elizabeth Warren posed to Betsy DeVos during her hearing, or, in the same hearing, that satisfying thud when Senator Murray dropped all the precedence down on the table.[Read more]

Student Loans: What Degrees Pay for Themselves Quickly?

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]