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Underemployment challenges our nation’s future

This past spring, I was informed the position I held at a local counseling center was ending due to a lack of clients. I was serving as the teacher of record for teens suffering from extreme anxiety and depression who […]

Underemployment challenges our nation’s future

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This past spring, I was informed the position I held at a local counseling center was ending due to a lack of clients. I was serving as the teacher of record for teens suffering from extreme anxiety and depression who […]

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Women in Congress introduce bipartisan bill to aid pregnant women in jail and prison

WASHINGTON - Today, Representatives Karen Bass (D-Calif.), Mia Love (R-Utah) and Catherine Clark (D-Mass.) led the majority of women in both the Democratic and Republican House Caucuses in introducing legislation to

Pro-Choice Caucus welcomes Dr. Deana Wen, new President of Planned Parenthood

Washington, DC –  Congresswomen Diana DeGette (D-CO) and Barbara Lee (D-CA), co-chairs of the Congressional Pro-Choice Caucus, issued the following statement on today’s appointment of Dr. Leana Wen as

John Dean warns SCOTUS pick could expand presidential powers

WASHINGTON – The attorney who served as White House counsel to then-President Richard Nixon told a Senate panel Friday that President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, if

September letters: Intriguing thoughts on a dog’s life

Dear Jim, Any new pet peeves or are you still bothered by the same old crap? I like how this fan gets right to the point. Yes, I have a few

Operation Finale isn’t just another Holocaust movie

3.5 out of 4 stars Oscar Isaac has gone from killing Stormtroopers to taking down a more sinister foe: Adolf Eichmann, the mastermind behind the extermination of 10 million people,

John McCain leaves his final message for America

Lieutenant Commander McCain greeting President Richard Nixon in May 1973. (Wikipedia) My fellow Americans, whom I have gratefully served for sixty years, and especially my fellow Arizonans, Thank you for the

Duncan Hunter, Jr stripped of committee assignments after he and wife are indicted

WASHINGTON – Rep. Duncan Hunter Jr. (R-Calif.) has been stripped of his committee assignments following a felony indictment on charges related to the misuse of campaign funds, House Speaker Paul

Separations: The ACE out in the open

The word “separation” conjures up many emotions, often simultaneously, but rarely are they positive. It usually invokes some sense of loss or impurity. People can separate ideas from action,

Centenarian Stephen J. Bolcar remembers air war in Europe

Consolidated B-24 emerges from flak area with its No. 2 engine smoking. Stephen J. Bolcar flew eight missions for the 702nd Bomb Squadron of the 455 Bomb Group during

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