Relationships

Life After Divorce . . . Do You Categorize People?

By Lindy Earl There are signs all over the halls in schools these days that say, Don’t Stereotype.  I’m using the word categorizing, but it’s not too different.  First, please [Read More]

News

TRUMP RIGHT AGAIN: The Biggest Critics Of Trump’s Syria Withdrawal Fueled Rise Of ISIS

by Tyler Durden Authored by Max Blumenthal via ConsortiumNews.com, Too many of those protesting the removal of U.S. forces are authors of the catastrophe that tore Syria to pieces… Michelle Flournoy, [Read More]

Health & Fitness

OPIOID CRISIS LEAVES 700,000 AMERICANS DEAD: “EPIDEMIC CONTINUES TO WORSEN AND EVOLVE”

SOURCE: ZEROHEDGE More than 700,000 Americans died from drug overdoses from 1999 to 2017, about 10% of them in 2017 alone, according to a new report published by the US Centers for Disease [Read More]

News

Trump Was Right: FIRM WHO WARNED AMERICA OF ‘RUSSIAN MEDDLING’ CAUGHT RUNNING FAKE RUSSIA BOT CAMPAIGN

SOURCE: THE FREE THOUGHT PROJECT   (RT) — The co-founders of cybersecurity firm New Knowledge warned Americans in November to “remain vigilant” in the face of “Russian efforts” to meddle in US [Read More]

Opinion

‘I see no way out’: Living paycheck to paycheck is disturbingly common

by Danielle Paquette, Washington Post   “Inescapable.” “It’s a constant stressor.” “I see no way out.” What do professors, real estate agents, farmers, business executives, computer programmers, and store clerks [Read More]

News

AP: High job approval for Trump from veterans, other groups rising

By EMILY SWANSON and HANNAH FINGERHUT   WASHINGTON (AP) — Nearly 6 in 10 military veterans voted for Republican candidates in the November midterm elections, and a similar majority had [Read More]