Fight High Commuting Costs If it feels like the cost of gasoline is leaving your wallet on "E," one reason could be the length of your daily commute. Across the U.S., the average trip to work takes a little over 26 minutes each way, according to Census data. That's almost an entire hour that we spend every day traveling to and from our jobs. … [Read more...] about Here’s What You’ll Pay at the Pump in Lisle
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Islam is a native resident of the Georgia district she’s running in. She’s a political activist and worked on Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonSchiff pleads to Senate GOP: 'Right matters. And the truth matters.' Hill.TV's Saagar Enjeti defends Tulsi Gabbard's lawsuit against Hillary Clinton Trump to hold rally on eve of New Hampshire primary MORE’s 2016 campaign and later for the Democratic National Committee. … [Read more...] about House candidate asks FEC to let her use campaign funds for health insurance
Then the self-doubt starts. She asks me, "Am I smart enough for these schools, Mom?" "Why?" I ask. She tells me that all her friends stress about the SAT score and remark about how her score isn't that high, so how did a girl like her get into a school like Georgia Tech. Random folks on social media ask her to share her SAT score and GPA. Is it because she is black? We wonder, and it eats at us. We don't want to be the affirmative action quota. EVERYTHING is about that damned test. Our lives hang in the balance on that score. And the values that I have worked so hard to instill in my children don't matter. What matters is that SAT score. And now to find out the level of cheating going on -- it really pisses me off. I had heard rumors before this, that parents were paying tens of thousands of dollars to cheat their way into a great SAT score. So I am not surprised, but I am still pissed. Why should your acceptance to a college depend on one test taken on one day of your 12-grade career … [Read more...] about We asked how the college cheating scam made you feel. Your stories were incredible
The next weekend, attention shifted to Paris, where the demonstrations became violent and police used tear gas and water cannons on protesters. Four different individuals presented themselves as spokespeople for the movement, and soon everyone tried to get in on the action, from far-right and far-left political parties to alleged Russian provocateurs to anti-immigrant voices. The protests brought out a torrent of commentary from French intellectuals, who didn’t hesitate to describe the moment in the most dire terms: Bernard-Henri Lévy said that the marchers’ choices threatened to “place themselves in the tradition of paranoid nihilism and pollute their ranks with the political vandals that France still produces in abundance.” … [Read more...] about Macron Wanted to Lead the World. Now He’s Struggling to Lead France.
The fallout is especially intense in Utah, where Planned Parenthood has been the only provider participating in the nearly 50-year-old Title X family planning program and will now lose about $2 million yearly in federal funds that helped 39,000 mostly low-income, uninsured people. It plans to maintain its services — which include contraception, STD testing and cancer screening — but is considering charging a small co-pay for patients who used to get care for free. … [Read more...] about Planned Parenthood scrambles after loss of federal funding