Over the past few years, several initiatives have emerged, proposing to either break California into smaller states or completely sever its ties with the rest of the country.
Over the past four decades, the age of House members has consistently increased. This prompts the question: What impact does this aging trend have on our government?
Ego is the enemy nowadays; putting it aside is not easy in a society like the US, but it must be done. Otherwise, we’re all in hot water.
The only way out is if those of different political affiliations work together, for once. Otherwise, we’ll have nothing to look forward to after all.
Given that age is the number one risk factor for developing Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia, Lisa offers extensively researched facts to support why the time has possibly come to ask ourselves if age should now become a consideration in qualifying a person…
The propaganda that was in magazines and newspapers about Native American children not being wanted by their parents was horrible!
The Philadelphia Eagles Autism Foundation doesn’t get enough praise for its good work. One in 44 kids are diagnosed, with 40% winding up depressed as adults. I’m elated an NFL team is providing assistance when our politicians won’t!
Too many politicians have failed us in the last 30 years to rely on them anymore.
The 2010s are in the rearview mirror, and it would be a mistake for the press to review it for a few years.
Ashley represents 1700 people (including healthcare workers) who want to make a change in healthcare in Ohio