Don’t Fit The Discription

Society continues to suffer from generations of recycled dirt. Psychological hiccups, so to speak. We, as a nation, as a world, as humans, need healing from years of abuse. We need repair from damaged thinking. We need cultural understanding. Most importantly, we need to acknowledge the recycled dirt in order to begin the tough processRead More

Childhood Obesity Has Risen

Global rates of childhood obesity have jumped dramatically in the past four decades, according to new research in the Lancet. The number of children ages 5-19 who are obese has increased ten-fold from 1975 to 2016, and rates are highest in Polynesia and Micronesia. Rates in high-income nations like the rest of Europe and the U.S. have plateaued, but theyRead More

Why Social Security Is Broken

Put plainly, Social Security is the most important social program for seniors in this country. Without the guaranteed monthly income Social Security provides, poverty levels among seniors would spike from 8.8% to more than 40%, according to a study by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP). That’s how important Social Security is. Unfortunately,Read More

Instagram: Why your kids love to use it

By now, you’ve heard of Instagram, the popular photo-sharing app owned by Facebook and incredibly popular among the younger crowd. The premise of Instagram is pretty simple: take a picture, jazz it up with a variety of filters, add a caption, then share. It’s the reason your kids might stop eating their meal to takeRead More

THE REASON WHY PEOPLE PROTESTING & KNEELING

Can’t sell CD’s (Alton Sterling), Can’t sleep (Aiyana Jones), Can’t walk from the corner store (Mike Brown), Can’t play cops and robbers (Tamir Rice), Can’t go to church (Charleston 9), Can’t walk home with Skittles (Trayvon Martin), Can’t have a Hair brush while leaving your OWN bachelor party (Sean Bell), Can’t party on New YearsRead More