Today in the United States, two million Americans who purchase their own health insurance are receiving cancellation letters from insurance companies due to changes in policies on the individual market.
The components of our world constantly compete for our attention, forcing us to divide our focus between multiple tasks at once, something that we’re not capable of doing effectively.
All forms of sex assault are associated with negative consequences for victims including higher rates of PTSD, depression, anxiety and physical illness. These consequences occur whether the perpetrator is known or unknown.
“If you have a penny, and I have a penny, and we trade, we’d each have one penny. But if you have an idea, and I have an idea, and we trade, we’d each have two ideas.”
If you want something to change on campus, you have to spearhead that change; nobody else has time to hold your flag for you.
Graduation can be an exciting time for students, but it is also a time to think about just how different our lives will be in just a few short weeks.
There are a variety of ways of dealing with problems. The U.S. seems to have recently taken on an interesting approach. People have increasing started playing “The Blame Game.”
America is known for its wars overseas, but let’s not worry about those now. Let’s focus on the “important wars,” which of course are the ones fought on our home ground. We are engaged in many wars, such as the war against women or the war on guns. Somehow gun control and preserving women’s rights have each become “wars.”
A recent survey showed that a large population of females are frustrated that the men in their lives aren’t putting out. Sound familiar? According to the survey, the most popular excuse men used was “I’m too tired.” Since the Apocalypse didn’t happen in 2012 like it was supposed to, clearly all signs point to 2013 being a bad year for the human race.