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  • Planning for Your Children’s Future  

    Think about the impact a father has on their child’s development? Studies show that children are impacted immensely by the action or in-actions of their fathers. The studies also show that the actions whether good or bad can have extended effects on a child that manifest in adulthood.  Findings from decades of research show that

  • Benefits of Going to Church

    According to Father George Rutler, every individual needs to go to a place where they can pray to God in peace. To him, this place could only be in church. The church is a place of calm and joy, and that means it is medicine to the many pains and afflictions that people go through

  • Why Father George Rutler Urges People Not to Drive at Night

    Driving at night is plain scary. It is hard to see anything. We don’t see colors. Our peripheral vision is reduced. Lines on the road don’t show clearly. People over 40 begin to notice these details about themselves and stop driving or at least limit driving at night. Cars have headlights and most roads are

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    Public vs. Private Schools

    When a parent is sending their child to school they can choose to send them to public or private education. Public school is free to all students and funded by tax dollars. A parent needs to pay out of pocket to send their child to private school. According to Benjamin Cory Harow, there are pros

  • Media’s Role in Politics

    In many ways, the mainstream media and the upper echelons of the Washington political establishment share something of a symbiotic relationship. Without their contacts at the Capitol and the White House, for example, major news organizations such as The Washington Post, The New York Times, Fox News, and The Wall Street Journal would lack insight

  • Are Journalists Overwhelmed by 2020 Events?

    2020 has been a whirlwind for everyone. There are breaking news stories constantly being reported to mass media audiences. Editors like Ken Kurson, believe journalists have their work cut out for them. It takes a lot of work to cover stories that are so vast in topics.  Many broadcasters have to rely on top outlets

  • Red Flags of a Loveless Marriage, According to the Relationship Experts at Relish

    Is The Media Hypocritical About Renewable Energy

    As the media preaches about renewable energy and finding companies who don’t use sustainable ways, they seem to forget about themselves. It takes an overwhelming amount of electricity to run a broadcast/newsroom. The number of kilowatts used, the heat used, and bulbs used as lighting is actually ridiculous. Ken Kurson, a journalist, thinks that newsrooms

  • Higher Ed and Coronavirus: What SCAD Provides Students During a Worldwide Pandemic

    As universities across the nation reopen in Fall 2020 for virtual online instruction, students and parents are curious as to how their SCAD tuition dollars will continue to be spent in a meaningful way. Many institutions are looking to add and strengthen existing resources in order to deliver the education expected by their faculty and

  • Some Facts about Singles’ Day

    If you have been waiting for a day that you will get to enjoy massive discounts on some of the favorite items in your wish list, your wish is about to be granted. Singles’ day is less than three months away, and since the inception of the shopping festival over a decade ago, 11.11 has

  • Ryan Seacrest Explores Signs of our Current Times

    Every period in history carries with it its own unique set of characteristics that set it apart from other times. Though this is always true, it does seem, to many, that our current time is especially packed with details that single it out. This has become a guiding topic of note in the recent work