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Home Improvement Fund cuts

It didn’t take long did it? The government had just got Green Deal out of a coma and into a recovery ward for six weeks and have already withdrawn some of the medication, leaving the patient in a twilight zone somewhere between meaningful life and torpor. 131 more words

Green Deal

Nonprofits’ Fractured Partnership with Government

by Jo DeBolt for La Piana Consulting
Originally published on La Piana Consulting’s blog. View the original post here.

At what cost and for how long? 359 more words

National Human Services Assembly

VOTE for NN4Y's Recommended Amendments to USICH's Opening Doors

The National Network for Youth gathered input from the field, hosted a national conference call with members, and has submitted ideas for the changes it would like to see included in the 2014 Opening Doors Amendment. 232 more words

National Human Services Assembly

The inconvenience of pedestrians

Walking is our most basic mode of transport and yet it seems that we have failed to design facilities that would make us walk more conveniently and comfortably. 541 more words

Traffic Management

Infographic Thursday: Communities In Schools

For more than 30 years, Communities In Schools has been helping students achieve in school, graduate and go on to bright futures. Its mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. 191 more words

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My Problem With Marvel's New (Female) Thorette

Marvel recently announced they would change the gender of their Thor character from male to female to woo more female readers. That was a shocker for me, but not for the reasons you might think.


Goodman: "Can ObamaCare Be Fixed? Part II."

By John Goodman Filed under Health Alerts on April 2, 2014 with 38 comments

The reason we have so many problems in health care is that almost everywhere we look, people face perverse incentives — patients, doctors, employers, employees, etc. 1,311 more words