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Let’s Redefine Having It All

I truly believe when we let go of the notion of “having it all,” the journey to having what is right for us can begin.

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America Is Losing Press Freedom

Citizens of all stripes need to let local and national leaders in our country know how important a free press is.

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Top 7 Priorities For Congress

If Congress can pass legislation that the president will sign, then we can get back to the business of a functioning country.

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Position Available: President Of The United States 2016

What a job! But who would want it?

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3 Ways Violence Thrives- But Shouldn’t

It is time we take a neighborly approach and respond to social media violence, violence on television and in movies as well as the micro-aggressions we all often witness.

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America Must Invest In Early Childhood Education

The economic benefits of early childhood education are staggering.

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Time For America To Try Community Policing

Community policing is, at this point, one of the few options to restore confidence in law enforcement.

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Rape And Murder Are Not Acceptable Campus Behavior

How did we – as a so-called cultured society – get here in the first place, is a question many parents are asking.

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A Goat And Medicine Can Make A World Of Difference

This “Giving Tuesday,” you can help.

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We All Must Focus On Early Childhood Education

If we are going to be competitive as a society, we are going to have to close the “word gap.”

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Pentagon: ISIL Fortifying Defenses In Iraq, Syria

And roughly 6,000 ISIL fighters out of 20,000 – 30,000 have been killed since Operation Inherent Resolve began in August.

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Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah is dead, Yemen’s president steps down and the European Central Bank embarks on its own ‘quantitative easing’ plan.

Pentagon: Yemen Situation Still Unclear

Just who is in control of Yemen?

Senate Dems Blast GOP Over Pipeline Amendments

Schumer said that Democrats were only able to move forward with approximately a third of their proposed amendments.

Alarm Raised On Stalled South Sudan Peace Negotiations

The U.S., U.K. and Norway expressed alarm over the lack of progress since hostilities began in Dec. 2013.

Ashton Carter Nomination Hearing Set For Feb. 4

Senate Armed Service Committee Chair Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) (Photo by James Cullum)

And the Senate Armed Services Committee has these other hearings set for this month.