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14 Oct

Fighting Hunger Today!

Posted in Uncategorized on 14.10.14 by Merlyn

fhtWhen we think of hungry people, we tend to picture starving children in Third World countries with distended bellies and sticklike bodies. For most of us, it is hard to realize that right here in the United States nearly 32 million Americans go to bed hungry. Nearly 5.5 million of these are children under the age of 12. Why, in a land that produces enough food to feed its people as well as people in many other countries, are we faced with the reality of hungry Americans? The causes of hunger in today’s America are… Read the rest

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12 May

How To Get The Cheap Dental Implants?

Posted in Uncategorized on 12.05.15 by Merlyn

dipmtsDental implant is the way of renewing the teeth in a perfect way by replacing the old and broken teeth with new and clean teeth. It is very important to tell you that the average cost of the dental implants is very high and you will have to pay more than 3000$ to get the dental implants. Whatever the place you will decide, you will have to pay a high price for it. However, you can save your many dollars to get the dental implants by visiting the Mexico. When you will come to know… Read the rest

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05 Oct

Is “Ice” Still An Issue?

Posted in Issues on 05.10.14 by Merlyn

iisaiTwenty years ago, it was “speed.” Today, there’s “ice.” What are they? What is the difference? Is “ice” safer, more dangerous, or just different? Both are methamphetamines. First, let’s look at what the drug is, chemically. Methamphetamine is a central nervous system (CNS) stimulant. It acts on the brain, causing feelings of alertness and well-being. These feelings are the “high,” the reason some start taking this type of drug and become addicted to it. In addition, methamphetamine can cause a physical dependence, which is why people continue to take it to prevent withdrawal from the… Read the rest

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28 Sep

Are Twins Freaky? Maybe Not!

Posted in Uncategorized on 28.09.14 by Merlyn

atfmbHave you ever noticed that identical twins attract strange reactions from people? They’re often asked goofy questions, like: “How do you really know you’re you?” And some people think it’s fun to bring pairs of twins together, sometimes to stare at them like zoo specimens. Where do people get such ideas? They exist far back in literature. And television’s good twin/evil twin dramas don’t help. Neither do its portrayals of twins as pranksters who love creating confusion. In real life, twins rarely impersonate each other. In fact, identical twins are the exception; most twins don’t… Read the rest


25 Sep

The Reasons Why An Individual Experience IRS Problems

Posted in Uncategorized on 25.09.14 by Merlyn

trwaiThere are a lot of reasons why an individual experience IRS problems. This may be due to the failure of paying the taxes on time and in full, or it can be an error committed by the Internal Revenue Service itself. Whatever it may be, IRS problems should be fixed as soon as possible in order to avoid the corresponding consequences of it. Whenever this is encountered, individuals are advised to make an appointment with the Internal Revenue Service right away. This is to ensure that all questions or concerns are addressed well and any… Read the rest

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20 Sep

Is Your Personal Space Being Abused?

Posted in Uncategorized on 20.09.14 by Merlyn

iypsbaMary and Steve had been dating regularly. Mary didn’t appreciate it when Sally, the head cheerleader, snuggled close to Steve and asked for his history notes. Tom and his brother, Ernie, share a room. One day as Tom was reading a letter from his girlfriend, Ernie came over to Tom’s side of the room and made like he was reading over his brother’s shoulder. “Get out of my face,” Tom shouted as he pushed Ernie away. Most people need space around them to feel comfortable. The amount of space needed depends on many things, including… Read the rest

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03 Sep

Insuring Yourself Is Much Easier Now

Posted in Uncategorized on 03.09.14 by Merlyn

iuimeYou may not think about insurance protection before you go skiing or participate in a team sport. But, what if you break a leg and have to go to the hospital? Are you protected against those health care costs? If you get sick, what do you do? Where do you go? What kind of help can you find? When you break a leg, sprain an ankle, or come down with the flu, you probably don’t think, “Can I afford to see a doctor?” That’s the question, however, that many Americans have to ask themselves. The… Read the rest

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02 Jul

Public Transit Is Necessary, But Getting Worse

Posted in Issues on 02.07.14 by Merlyn

ptinThe question is no longer whether Rosa Parks can sit at the front of the bus. It’s whether she gets to ride the bus at all. Although more overt racial discrimination in public transportation has given way, inadequate transit services affect many people’s access to work, recreation and health services. And because of the high costs of owning and driving a car, private automobile transportation is often not an affordable option. Federal policy has heavily favored automobile use, with $205 billion provided by the Highway Trust Fund for state road projects since 1956, compared to… Read the rest

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11 Jun

Cities Make Sustainability A Priority

Posted in Issues on 11.06.14 by Merlyn

cmsyWhen Richard Morgan first conceived of a program to teach carpentry skills to at-risk youth, he didn’t intend for it to be a cutting edge environmental project. Through the American Institute for Learning, an adult education center in Austin, Texas, where Morgan works, he hoped to set up a cabinet shop that would serve as an apprenticeship program. But when the city’s Environmental and Conservation Services Department heard of Morgan’s plans, it suggested an environmental spin. Why not build energy-efficient, sustainable housing for low-income people? Morgan was intrigued, and the result is Casa Verde, a… Read the rest

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06 Jun

Bullying: Not Going Away

Posted in Issues on 06.06.14 by Merlyn

bngaIt’s been a season of horror stories. And these stories of violence aren’t set in a dark alley at midnight … but in the halls and classrooms of America’s schools. In Bethel, Alaska, a 16-year-old boy shoots and kills the school principal–and a classmate who had teased him. In Pearl, Mississippi, a 16-year-old high school sophomore pulls a rifle on a crowd of classmates and opens fire. Two students are killed in the attack and seven others are wounded. Police arrest the boy, Luke Woodham, as he tries to drive away. Days later, five other… Read the rest

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