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Government Is the Solution, Not the Problem

ANSWERING THE KENNEDYS CALL Graph: NOAA.gov “With clear benefits to people and natural ecosystems, limiting global warming to 1.5ºC compared to 2ºC could go hand in hand with ensuring a more sustainable and equitable society, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate … Continue reading

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Tuition-Free College Is Possible

ANSWERING THE KENNEDYS CALL Graph: ;MarketWatch Yes, an excellent, tuition-free college education is possible. In fact, it’s become a movement supported by non-profit organizations, as well as cities and states that support their  institutions of higher learning with taxpayer monies. … Continue reading

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America’s Concentration Camps for Children

ANSWERING THE KENNEDYS CALL NYTimes.com There should no longer be any doubt that the Trump administration is pursuing policies last used in Nazi Germany—concentration camps that now house up to 13,000 young Hispanic refugees—mostly unaccompanied minors who are seeking asylum … Continue reading

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Corporate Governance Reform—Women Make A Difference

ANSWERING THE KENNEDYS CALL NYTimes.com California State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson’s upcoming Senate Bill SB826 on reforming corporate governance will make corporations more responsive to the needs of the societies in which they operate by requiring more women to serve on … Continue reading

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The Red Tide in Education

ANSWERING THE KENNEDYS CALL The Guardian Red tide algal blooms have been threatening coastal beaches for decades, killing sea life and sickening bathers; a sign of rising ocean temperatures due to global warming as well as human pollution. But another … Continue reading

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What To do About America’s Homeless Problem?

ANSWERING THE KENNEDYS CALL Los Angeles Times A study released in December 2017 by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) reported America’s homeless population has risen this year for the first time since the Great Recession, propelled … Continue reading

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Important Unemployment Report Tomorrow?

Financial FAQs Graph: Econoday Tomorrow’s U.S. unemployment report is predicted to drop the unemployment rate to 3.8 percent, according to MarketWatch. But that may be misleading, as almost one million job openings remain unfilled, which could boost the payroll jobs … Continue reading

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