Top 10 Journalists i love to read: Steve Lopez – LA Times Stephen Hayes – Weekly Standard Claire McNeill – Tampa Bay Times Spotlight Team – Boston Globe Leigh Munsil – The Blaze Kirsten Powers – USA Today Robert Fisk – The Independent Glenn Greenwald – The Intercept George Will – Real Clear Politics Chris Stirewalt – Fox News Digital Politics Continue reading Top 10 journalists I love to read
There are several risks associated with attending a school that is not accredited. One of the major risks of pursuing a degree from a university that is not accredited is how it will affect your employment opportunities. Many employers will not hire a potential job candidate if the degree they hold was granted by a learning institution that is not accredited. Unaccredited schools and universities … Continue reading Risks of attending a non-accredited school or program
The questions you were afraid to ask (or never got told) How do I find out about court cases? To find out if a case is due to appear in a given court, on a given day, the online source Courtserve is a good first stop. You can browse cases by court, although the next day listings won’t appear until mid-afternoon the day before. Every … Continue reading Journalists Covering court cases: the questions you were afraid to ask
Right now in our society a college education is no longer an option or privilege, but rather a necessity. We are practically raised and conditioned to believe that one needs higher education in order to succeed in life. There is a saying that says “if you think education is expensive, try ignorance.” But as technology is constantly advancing and computers are running almost anything, is … Continue reading Debate over the worth of a college education
Have you been watching The People v OJ Simpson. This is a great crime drama show that has been playing on FX. Continue reading Binge Worthy: “The People v OJ Simpson”
Great restaurant in the heart of Tampa Florida!! Continue reading Deliciously French-inspired: Piquant
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For those of you who may not know me so well, I am a huge advocate for the arts and arts education. I think that a kid who can get on stage and do some sort of performance, can truly do anything. For the past 3 years, I have been working with an amazing non-profit called The All Stars Project.… Continue reading Invest in Your Community.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Scale.” I spent two years living in Washington DC, I spent countless days in the Capital. I loved the Lincoln Memorial Continue reading Scales of Justice
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Morton’s Fork.” If all i could do was read or write a blog, I would have to choose writing. I could not imagine not commenting things going on around me both personally and politically. Not being able to write would leave me not to report breaking news as it happened. Taking my ability of writing away is … Continue reading To read or to write, that is the question
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Teacher’s Pet.” The only teacher I had was my mom. I attempted going to a public school but i was bullied throughout the year so we decided homeschool would be better. My mom was a great teacher, she made sure i was doing my work and ensuring i was really learning something. My dad was my teacher … Continue reading Teacher’s Pet?