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The Affordable Care Act often has a negative connotation, however when studying policy, it doesn’t matter what party the bill came from but the effect it will have on the public. 43 more words


Sustained by misunderstanding

Our vote is the most important and powerful thing that we, the commoners, wield. I’ve said this in previous posts and have mentioned it in my manifesto, but I still think it bears repeating, because for such a great amount of power, we still seem to wield it with the cavalier disregard of spreading chicken feed. 602 more words



Yesterday, I was on the phone with a friend from a writing group I’m in. She had asked me if I could do her a favor and edit her book. 583 more words


Free training on trauma-informed care (December 12)

The South Carolina STOP Human Trafficking Meetup Group is holding a free training on the core competencies of trauma-informed care.  The training will be held beginning at 8:30 AM on… 165 more words


Our Problem or Theirs?

Photo Credit: ponderingprinciples.com

Who is responsible for the education of voters? Should the uneducated exercise their right to vote for numbers sake? Maybe if Americans felt connected with their government representatives, they would be more inclined to cast a vote.



Well, the right testicle has been removed.

I’m bruised, swollen, and sore. But I am relieved at the same time. I know the left one, which still is suppose to be cancerous is still in there. 341 more words


Week of November 25, 2014

Living in the university world, I have learned that not everyone is concerned with staying up to date on current events and severely lack in their knowledge of what is going on outside of our small community. 149 more words