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‘A Fighting Chance’ by Elizabeth Warren

‘A Fighting Chance’ by Elizabeth Warren

If nothing else, Elizabeth Warren’s A Fighting Chance is a testament to what can be accomplished in the face of what seems like overwhelming odds. I purchased a copy of her book after seeing an interview with her on a news show where she talked about how she went to a “commuter” college for $50 a […]

The Top 10 Quotes From Nobel Peace Prize Winner Malala

Let us remember: One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world. I speak not for myself but for those without voice… those who have fought for their rights… their right to live in peace, their right to be treated with dignity, their right to equality of opportunity, their right to […]

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Hey Dr. Ben Carson – Will You Shut Up Already?!

First it was Fox News attacking Colorado school children who were protesting the proposed censorship of their Advance Placement (AP) American History curriculum and now it’s Tea Party icon Dr. Ben Carson attacking the program itself. Ben Carson is, “a little shocked, quite frankly, looking at the Advanced Placement course in American History that’s being […]

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Koch Brothers And Other Conservative Groups Declare War on America’s Youth

Young people, WAKE UP! Hopefully, you are paying attention to what’s going on right now in Colorado. What you might not know is that the efforts to control curriculum in Colorado are backed by Americans For Prosperity, a Conservative think-tank that is funded by the Koch Brothers. Our access to comprehensive sex-education is under attack. […]

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Forbes Fires Writer After Backlash Over ‘Drunk’ Co-Ed Column

Forbes contributor Bill Frezza really stepped in it on Tuesday with an article he did for Forbes. The piece, with the headline “Drunk Female Guests Are The Gravest Threat To Fraternities,” was an attempt by Mr. Frezza to call attention to drunk female guests, whom he claims aren’t receiving enough attention or blame. Forbes almost […]

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