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Political Problems From Child Poverty

Political Problems From Child Poverty

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Child Poverty

It appears that the Republican Party is in the process of rejecting Democracy because the party has failed to gain power through that normal political process.  So now it appears they only seeks to win elections by changing the state primary voting rules to gain power for little purpose other than welding power for their plutocracy backers.  The United States political problems came from vast child poverty. I plan to try to prove to you that the problem is not…

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HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

Young people can generally register to vote if they will turn 18 by the next election. Why vote? Elections are the mechanism by which citizens select and remove government representatives, giving politicians strong incentives to do right by their constituents.  You have a hand in deciding the course this county takes by voting.  Some opinions reflect that this country is no longer a democracy but a plutocracy.  Help bring back our democracy. While the legal voting age in the U.S….

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A Lawyer’s Lesson

A Lawyer’s Lesson

Try to not give up. Your self esteem and what other people think of you and possible job security depend upon this. It is not bad to be afraid some times. Sometimes fear is a motivator.

Shocking Observation, October 2015

Shocking Observation, October 2015

He said that he canceled his subscription. I asked why and he said he was getting tired of all the negative news. That’s interesting because just a few days prior I really got the same feeling after looking over that day’s paper. Just a few days later, October 8, 2015, I talked to my next door neighbor and he too has dropped out from following the news.

Ian Masters Radio Show Segment: The Magnificent Seven with Professor Lawrence Wilkerson

Ian Masters Radio Show Segment: The Magnificent Seven with Professor Lawrence Wilkerson

Lawrence Wilkerson, the former Chief of Staff to United States Secretary of State Colin Powell joins Ian Masters to discuss his article at The Huffington Post “The Magnificent Seven”  What is shocking in the radio segment is Mr. Wilkerson is candid and seemingly honest in his evaluation of the Republican Party.  The most shocking view that he puts forth is that one of the Republican Party’s problem with President Obama is black prejudice.  I have suspected this for a long…

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Google Allegidly Denies Proper Adsense Control.

Google Allegidly Denies Proper Adsense Control.

This web site has been in existence since 2006.  The web site started just after taking a web development class at a California State university.  The class was excellent.  Some time, not sure when, I enrolled in Google’s Adsense.  This is an application where you can join Google and they will help place their managed advertisements into your web site and pay you some small amount of money for showing their advertisements.  A web site can begin costing you just…

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Terrific New Way To Get Electronics Training.

Terrific New Way To Get Electronics Training.

Let me tell you that this course really made my socks roll up and down. I am really, really, impressed. Wolfson comes across as having a passion for the subject. He is really knows what he is talking about. The lesson progression from basic toward the more complex is excellent to the point of perfect. As a result, the course outline is very well laid out.

Customer Interface Is Friendly But Slightly Flawed Process

Customer Interface Is Friendly But Slightly Flawed Process

A student with a medical problem could not attend the first day of classes at Santiago Canyon College, a junior college in Orange California. The student sent all the faculty she was to take classes from e-mail notifying them that she may not be able to attend the first day of class. The notification was sent on Friday before the Monday classes began, thinking she was giving two days notice. Two of the faculty, allegedly, did not read their e-mail…

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Watch & View The Great Courses On Almost Any Device

Watch & View The Great Courses On Almost Any Device

It appears that many people are having difficulty listening and viewing The Great Courses on various devices.  I wrote this post when I found that applications for hand held devices, to view and listen to The Great Courses, were getting bad reader reviews.  There is an elegant solution.  It is a bit complicated at first but there are some shortcuts after you go through this process once.  Actually, I found this process quite fast so long as I remembered my…

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