Suspect A Health Care SCAM? — HERE’S WHAT TO DO!

If you see a negative Healthcare headline one day, you can be sure a related money scam will follow soon after. With the Affordable Care Act in the news, scammers are on the prowl – and not just political scammers – calling, emailing, sending letters and texts, trying to get

Showing His True Character – TRUMP MOCKS Democrats’ Election of New Party Chief

FURTHER UN-PRESIDENTIAL TRUMP ACTIONS DIMINISHING RESPECTABILITY OF THE OFFICE?  —  February 26, 2017 10:32 AM  —  by: Ken Bredemeier / VOA —–   WASHINGTON — U.S. President Donald Trump is mocking the opposition Democrats’ election of former Labor Secretary Tom Perez as head of their national committee as the party

Behavior Therapy … 1st Treatment for CHILDREN WITH ADHD

Did you know that many children with severe symptoms of ADHD are diagnosed before 6 years of age? Young children with ADHD need the right treatment for ADHD. Learn about using Behavior Therapy first to help young children with ADHD. ADHD is one of the most common enduring conditions of

CAN HE LEGALLY CHEAT? — Trump Accountable For Violating Constitution.

A LEGAL BREAKTHROUGH — The Quo Warranto solution; A Republican Congress may allow Trump’s misdeeds in America’s highest held office … but not so for Attorney’s whose love for the country trump Trump himself! — Read on … ……………………………………………………………. SOURCE:   Judd Legum  – Editor-In-Chief, ThinkProgress.org https://thinkprogress.org/how-trump-can-be-held-accountable-for-violating-the-constitution-even-if-congress-doesnt-care-45677e6b85f7#.n5lp5omnu How Trump can be held accountable for violating the

Sports Injury “PLAY BOOK” & Resources – By NHI

HOW TO UNDERSTAND, REACT TO, MANAGE AND FIND TREATMENT FOR SPORTS INJURIES — BY: Authors at the National Institute for Health .  Exercising is good for you, but sometimes you can injure yourself when you play sports or exercise. Accidents, poor training practices, or improper gear can cause them. Some

2nd Edition – POLICING FOR PROFIT – The Abuse of Civil Asset Forfeiture

Institute For Justice and others sound out about what a growing number of citizens have to say about civil asset forfeiture and money-hungry, out of control police and prosecutors at federal, state and local levels who seize property and cash from citizens without good cause, oversight or rational due process.

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting Is Hardly ‘Public’

HOW CPB & NPR RIDE POLITICAL FAVORITISM TO LOFTY HEIGHTS OF PROFIT – opps, I mean ongoing near-half-billion-dollar-annual taxpayer funding (CPB) and purchased advertising revenues – opps, sorry again – I mean underwriting revenues (NPR).  — By: Jay Zawatsky, NationalInterest.org author – a re-printed article of public value. . . Referring to the

GRILL-MASTERS CLUB: Brilliant Bacon Mushroom Cheeseburgers

GRILL MASTERS CLUB — NOW AVAILABLE IN OH, TX, NY, Fl, IL & more … JOIN NOW! . .  . JOIN NOW . . Brilliant Bacon Mushroom Cheeseburgers Author: Grill Masters Club Prep time:  15 mins Cook time:  16 mins Total time:  31 mins   Ingredients 1 pound ground beef 1

FBI EXECS CONSPIRE TO MANIPULATE U.S. VOTERS?

Officials: FBI Knew About Possible New Clinton Emails Weeks Before Friday Announcement —- By: Michael Bowman —- . WASHINGTON — . U.S. law enforcement officials say FBI investigators knew weeks ago … that emails found in a separate probe may be related to the Hillary Clinton email case, but did not reveal

Behind the Scenes: The Affordable Care Act

FOLLOW THE EFFECTS AND FUTURE OF THE ‘AFFORDABLE CARE ACT’  —— . OCTOBER 20, 2016 AT 10:00 AM ET BY ADAM GARBER TWITTER FACEBOOK EMAIL . . Summary: Ahead of President Obama’s remarks on the Affordable Care Act, we’re releasing never-before-seen footage from the days when the bill was passed and signed

Find The Car Wheels You’ve Always Wanted

Wheels are an important part of making your car look and feel good. Finding the wheels that you have always wanted for a great deal is an important part of making your wallet feel good —-  Shopping online for after market wheels is the best way to make all of

Dallas-TX RESTAURANT MANAGER / earn $65K+ – fresh ingredient menu

We are seeking a Dallas-TX area RESTAURANT MANAGER, Fresh Ingredient Menu, full service – to join our team! You will be responsible for providing customers with a memorable dining experience. Position:   Restaurant Manager Location: Dallas-TX region Regular staff (full & part time) 50 employees Unit Income: $3.5MM-$5.5MM annual – and growing Pay:

How U.S. Supreme Court GETS-PLAYED By Politicians

Remarks by the President on the #Supreme Court Decision on #U.S. Versus Texas —  James S. Brady Press Briefing Room  — 11:53 A.M. EDT — THE PRESIDENT:  Good morning, everybody.  I wanted to say a few words on two of the cases the Supreme Court spoke on today. First, in

Trump: Predicting a Leader Who Goes With His Gut

  Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Road to Majority Conference in Washington, D.C. — By … Katherine Gypson  . This story profiles Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and examines what his presidency might look like if he wins the election. It is a companion piece

President Proclaims Military Spouse Appreciation Day

#MILITARY FAMILIES SMILE —-  BY: DoD News, Defense Media  – photo by Amanda Lucidon #First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden … record social media videos with Adam Levine and Blake Shelton prior to the kickoff of the fifth anniversary of their Joining Forces initiative on NBC’s “#The Voice” television

The BIG LIST of JOBSITES !!! — Where To Find A Great Job!

Where To Find A Great Job!

DO NOT MISS THIS LIST IF YOU NEED A JOB ——-  By:   #TAtech Organization . The mission of TAtech . . .  advocates for the industry with employers and recruiters, active job seekers and passive talent, government agencies (e.g., OFCCP) and regulatory bodies (e.g., ICANN); providing educational programs and the

North Korean leader Kim offers to: ‘Leave no American man unkissed’

—– DOES N. KOREAN #KIM JONG REALLY KISS THAT HARD?    — By: Hyon Song-wol —  Singer and former transgender lover of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un   #North Korea rallies together as a country and within the protocols of an official State function to celebrate the one aspect of United

PREDICTED OBAMA: WILL BE LAST U.S. PRESIDENT!

Obama predicted to be last President

PREDICTED OBAMA … WILL BE LAST U.S. PRESIDENT! 2-Expert Sources Cited Reported By Mark Clayton,  NEWSzines Staff Writer   As each Winter’s new year arrives … out ahead to our mutual horizon, a slurry of cooled predictions for the upcoming year begin to arrive from psychics, almanac sources, and magical and other means

Waiting for Tearah

Waiting for Tearah is an intimate portrait of a mother struggling to find mental health care for her child. Shot over two years, this verité film tells the story of Shayna, a single parent of three girls, whose eldest daughter, Tearah, waits for months in a psychiatric hospital. Key Findings Many parents in the U.S. whose

Calm Before the Storm

Mayor Phil Stoddard keeps enough potassium iodide on hand for all the children of South Miami. The lanky, bespectacled biology professor-cum-municipal politician fears an accident at the Turkey Point Nuclear Generating Station, which lies 25 miles south of downtown Miami—and a mere 20 miles from Stoddard’s office in South Miami

Industry Cites 3M Experiment That Exposed Cancer Patients to PFAS to Claim the Chemicals Aren’t So Bad.

Defenders of the chemicals known as PFAS have seized upon an industry-funded study of cancer patients as evidence that the compounds used to make Teflon, firefighting foam, and many other products aren’t as dangerous as they seem. The study, which was funded by the Minnesota-based global conglomerate 3M and published in February 2018 in

Crude Behavior

OAKLAND, California — She walked toward the witness stand at 8 months pregnant, her slow steps echoing in the cavernous federal courtroom. Two years earlier, she had been fired from her dream job at a Shell refinery after enduring months of harassment — sexist comments from two male supervisors, reprimands

Waste Only

The students at Westmeade Elementary School worked hard on their dragon. And it paid off. The plastic bag receptacle that the kids painted green and outfitted with triangular white teeth and a “feed me” sign won the students from the Nashville suburb first place in a recycling box decorating contest.

Toxic PFAS Chemicals Found in Maine Farms Fertilized with Sewage Sludge

All sewage sludge recently tested by the Maine Department of Environmental Protection was contaminated with PFAS chemicals, according to documents obtained by The Intercept. The state tested the sludge, solid waste that remains after the treatment of domestic and industrial water, for the presence of three “forever chemicals”: PFOA, PFOS, and PFBS. Of 44

The Backstory: Aviva Stahl

For several years investigative journalist Aviva Stahl has tracked the so-called War on Terror, surveillance, and conditions in America’s prisons. Her latest 18-month-long investigation, published today by Type Investigations in partnership with The Nation magazine, estimates thousands of incidents of force-feeding against inmates in federal prison, in violation of medical

High Levels of Toxic PFAS Chemicals Pollute Breast Milk Around the World

This story originally appeared in The Intercept. Decades after Dupont and 3M first discovered that the perfluorinated chemicals making them fortunes could be transmitted from mothers to babies, millions of women around the world are passing dangerous amounts of these toxic compounds to their children, according to a report published on Monday. Women’s breast milk

The Backstory: Saki Knafo

Saki Knafo is a Type Investigations reporter who recently finished a two-year-long investigation into criminal justice in the South Bronx, explored through the character of Manny Gomez, a private investigator fighting wrongful convictions. Knafo’s reporting led to “Conviction,” a serial podcast produced in partnership with Gimlet Media, as well as

New Jersey is Making Companies Pay for Toxic Contamination — Shining a New Light on a Little-Known Offender

This story originally appeared in The Intercept. New Jersey laid financial responsibility for dealing with PFAS contamination squarely at the feet of the chemical companies responsible for it. The state’s Department of Environmental Protection issued a directive on Monday ordering five companies to pay the costs of dealing with the toxic chemicals that

Right Makes Might

Since taking office, President Donald Trump has eagerly embraced foreign autocrats, portraying brutal dictators as allies to be courted and celebrated. He has backed Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, despite evidence that he ordered the gruesome murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi; praised North Korea’s Kim Jong Un as

The End of the City on a Hill

Last fall, in the imposing Republican Palace in Chișinău, Moldova, the capital of this small former Soviet republic wedged between Ukraine and Romania, the World Congress of Families, an American initiative that promotes “family values” worldwide, gathered under the theme “Uniting East and West.” The opening ceremonies, held in the

A Desperate Bargain

Each year in America, parents of children with severe mental illness feel pressured to relinquish custody to the state so their child can receive residential treatment. Our investigation delves into how this phenomenon is playing out in Connecticut, where a group of parents have been pushing the state to stop

A Tale of Two Toxic Cities

In Willowbrook, Illinois, an affluent suburb southwest of Chicago, residents were understandably horrified when they learned that they faced an elevated risk of cancer due to air pollution. According to the EPA’s most recent National Air Toxics Assessment, released in August, the residents of seven census tracts in the Chicago suburb

Conviction

In Conviction, reporter and host Saki Knafo explores big questions about New York City’s broken criminal justice system as he follows the developing case of Pedro Hernandez, one of roughly 300,000 people arrested there each year. As a teenager, Hernandez was picked up as a suspect in a Bronx shooting

The Backstory: Justine Calma

Justine Calma is an Ida B. Wells Fellow at the Investigative Fund where she investigated abuse and neglect in California’s day programs for adults with disabilities. Calma’s piece, published in partnership with FiveThirtyEight, tells the story of a system beleaguered by inadequate funding, low wages and overwork for employees, and

Stepping Up

A clean dusting of snow coats the hoods of cars parked along Philadelphia’s West Norris Street. The trees are mostly bare, withered leaves buried in the corners of benches. This winter morning, the massive rust-brick complex, a low-rise housing development known as the James W. Johnson Homes, is serene. The

Stepping Up

A clean dusting of snow coats the hoods of cars parked along Philadelphia’s West Norris Street. The trees are mostly bare, withered leaves buried in the corners of benches. This winter morning, the massive rust-brick complex, a low-rise housing development known as the James W. Johnson Homes, is serene. The

DuPont Has Spread Its Pollutants Around the World. Now it Wants to Filter Your Contaminated Water.

DuPont opened a factory in Saudi Arabia last week that will produce reverse osmosis water filters. The filters use ultra-thin membranes to remove water impurities, including PFAS — chemicals made and used by DuPont that have caused widespread water contamination around the world. Reverse osmosis is one of the technologies that the

The Backstory: Justine Calma

Justine Calma is an Ida B. Wells Fellow at the Investigative Fund where she investigated abuse and neglect in California’s day programs for adults with disabilities. Calma’s piece, published in partnership with FiveThirtyEight, tells the story of a system beleaguered by inadequate funding, low wages and overwork for employees, and an oversight system that

Monumental Lies

Dozens of kids mill around a sprawling field of grass, on a warm, fall day in Biloxi, Mississippi. They stare up at a man in his sixties, who is dressed in 19th-century clothing. There’s a table heaped with relics from the Civil War — satchels, binoculars, saddles, guns. And other

The Costs of the Confederacy

With centuries-old trees, manicured lawns, a tidy cemetery and a babbling brook, the Jefferson Davis Home and Presidential Library is a marvelously peaceful, green oasis amid the garish casinos, T-shirt shops and other tourist traps on Highway 90 in Biloxi, Mississippi. One gray October morning, about 650 local schoolchildren on

The Occupation

The blue and white chopper dipped low over the old white farmhouse and the muddy green river. Seventy-three-year-old Reynaldo Anzaldua, sporting a tan Vietnam vet baseball cap, squinted up at the chopper blotting out the blue sky. “Border Patrol, ver…” he said, the whir of the rotor blades drowning out his

The Vanishing

On a Friday afternoon in the fall of 2017, a few months after the liberation of Mosul from the Islamic State, a group of neighbors gathered at Mar Mattai, a monastery founded in the fourth century. They unloaded baskets of food, and arranged themselves around a long table in a