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Judas and Jezabel: The Tales of a New York Nanny by C.Y.Brown (Book Review 37)

This is a domestic story about a not so happy, wealthy family. Sharon and Connor do not get along, and divorce is the only way. However, it comes with a price on both ends without hesitating to understand the psychological complications they cause towards their child and the poor nanny taking care of the kid. 65 more words

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Trump's Budget Proposal Has The Wrong Priorities

President Trump recently laid out his budget proposal, and while it isn’t the final version that will be passed with Congress set to propose its own proposal, looking at Trump’s proposal is a good way of evaluating what issues he prioritizes and see how that aligns with his campaign focuses.   914 more words

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Nine years of "Democratic Rule in Pakistan"

Pakistan’s transition from Musharraf’s nine years of dictatorship to democracy can hardly be called a smooth one. The assassination of Pakistan’s only female Prime Minister Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto (the daughter of Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto) was a severe blow to the leadership of the most popular political party in the country and was a reflection of the problems the country was mired in 2007. 796 more words

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I have long wondered about the evolution of western societies. It is no secret that western societies have made great scientific and cultural advances and behind these advances there is a great intellectual struggle of centuries. 617 more words

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An Evaluation of the Healthcare System

On Tuesday night, Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz went on CNN to have a debate on the Affordable Care Act and how we ought to fix our healthcare system moving forward. 2,770 more words

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A Girl Stuck In Her Mind

By: Jackie Schane

At times, stress can get to the best of us. That’s why we run. At times, we have a hard day; we are sad and frustrated, feeling lonely and tired. 740 more words


I'm a Liberal Snowflake

I had a post all ready about the Women’s March, with pictures and links and deep thoughts about it and everything. But after this week’s political events, I think a shorter, simpler post is better. 252 more words

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