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No Child Wasted: Why We Have A Responsibility To Vote

An NHA volunteer shares their thoughts on why it is vital to exercise our right to vote.

Children can’t vote. So they rely on the rest of us to cast ou​r votes in a way that will protect them. 1,654 more words

Economy

Are You a Scribe or a Widow?

As he taught, he said, “Beware of the scribes, who like to walk around in long robes, and to be greeted with respect in the marketplaces, and to have the best seats in the synagogues and places of honor at banquets!

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Jesus

Francis Ford Coppola on keeping good notes

The first thing you do when you take a piece of paper is always put the date on it, the month, the day, and where it is.

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Quote Of The Day

Racial Equality: The Impossible Dream

Hands Up Don’t Shoot – Justice for Mike Brown
Ferguson – Missouri – USA – November 2014
Photo Credit: Scott Olson / Getty Images

For millennia, humankind has been plagued with some form of inequality among its populations. 473 more words

United States

Almost Tycoons: an examination of the true cost of billionaire living

(Originally from Terminal Laughter, Winter 2012)

An income of $2,800,000 places you in the country’s top one per cent of its top one percent of earners (effectively the top .01%). 685 more words

The Russell Brand Revolution

I’ve made no effort to hide that I’m a big Brand fan. Actually, I’ve blatantly written posts, like, four of them, about my stalker-ish thumbs-up-ness for the ol’ Rusty Rockets. 1,087 more words

Politics