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America in the Buff Llewellyn D. Howell
Category: Lifestyles Look Published: January 2019
"Nudism is not for everyone or anyone, but it is a wonderful life for many."
 
An Epidemic of Denial Jane M. Orient
Category: Medicine & Health Published: January 2019
"We need an outbreak of common sense."
 
Are Women Prepared for Life Alone as They Age? Susan L. Hickey
Category: Dollars & Sense Published: January 2019
"When women feel that they have a good financial plan in place, they are more likely to feel secure and that is good for both their physical and emotional health."
 
Autism Autocrats J.B. Handley
Category: Medicine & Health Published: January 2019
"…Thousands of American children, every single day, are having their lives unnecessarily and permanently altered by a reckless, poorly tested and onitored vaccine program that puts industry profits ahead of kids' safety."
 
Buidling Wealth and Enjoying Passive Income John Harvey
Category: Business & Finance Published: January 2019
"The advantages of a property offering include a low minimum investment amount, access to institutional-grade properties, national credit tenants, stabilized monthly income, greater diversification, full disclosure offering materials, …"
 
Check…or Checkmate? Robert J. Bresler
Category: National Affairs Published: January 2019
"Pres. [Donald] Trump and the Democrats remind us what we have become, not what we could be."
 
Crashing the System Kristin S. Held
Category: Medicine & Health Published: January 2019
"…Medicare For All will not solve the problems that Medicare For Some created; instead, it will make things tremendously worse."
 
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Connection to "Star Trek" David L. Chandler
Category: Life in America Published: January 2019
Nichelle Nichols, the actress who played Lt. Uhura in the original series, had decided to leave the show--until a conversation with the civil rights leader changed her mind.
 
Female and Financially Savvy Tia Ross , Kris Miller
Category: Dollars & Sense Published: January 2019
"Even if your mother did not teach you how to buy stocks, tell you where to find a trustworthy financial advisor, or how to divide your income to the best benefit your future, it still is up to you to take charge of your financial life."
 
Finding the Best Sports Program for Your Child Sharkie Zartman , Robert A. Weil
Category: Athletic Arena Published: January 2019
"Keep in mind that your child is not a mini-me. Just because you were a successful athlete and a fierce competitor does not mean that your son or daughter will follow suit."
 
Firearms in the Third Dimension Michael Siegel
Category: Law & Justice Published: January 2019
"…While 3D-printed guns may seems scary, we should be more frightened by who is allowed to own comercially manufactured ones."
 
George Washington Tours Long Island Joanna S. Grasso
Category: USA Yesterday Published: January 2019
"…The nation's first president…saw plenty, from Brooklyn to Patchogue to Setauket and back. He was honored at each venue and wrote…diary entries about his impressions of the carraige stops for food and overnigth stays at taverns and private homes."
 
Getting the Best Teachers barbara Biasi
Category: Education Published: January 2019
"Understanding teacher supply and demand is key for the design of a number of education policies, including school finance equalization, school accountability, teacher training, and, most importantly, teacher selection."
 
Is Shakespeare Making Our Kids Illiterate? Donald Liebell
Category: Education Published: January 2019
"Perhaps there was a time that the literary art of Shakespeare, Hemingway, Dickens, and other notables served our children well. However,…their ships have long sailed. It is time for these dinosaurs finally to become extinct…"
 
Long Live the Nation-State Larry P. Arnn
Category: American Thought Published: January 2019
"…Nationalism is both stubborn and, rightly conceived, necessary to many things, including the prevention of war…On this point, Trump and Churchill are agreed, and Macron is wrong."
 
Love Activism Stacy Russo
Category: Literary Scene Published: January 2019
"One of my least-favorite expressions is 'killing time.' Life is too shrot to think of time in this way. There always is an opportunity to be full ypresent and realize the divine gift time is at any moment."
 
Making Artificial Intelligence Intelligible Art Jahnke
Category: Science & Technology Published: January 2019
Humans need to know how neural networks make decisions.
 
Should Big Tech be Regulated? Luigi Zingales
Category: Science & Technology Published: January 2019
"We surely do not want the government tracking our every movement. Do we want Big Tech companies tracking us? Even worse, do we want to risk having these private monopolies grant information about us to the government in exchange for protection…?"
 
Show me the (New Kind of) Money Brian G. Sewell
Category: Business & Finance Published: January 2019
"The prospect of more-widespread adoption explains why cryptocurrencies may continue to outperform other investment assets in the long term and improve how the world does business."
 
Taking Advantage of the New Tax Law Tom Wheelwright
Category: Business & Finance Published: January 2019
"The [Tax Cuts and Jobs Act] is confusing enough to tax professionals, so how to average taxpayers even begin to understand what is going on and how to respond when they prepare their 2018 tax return…?"
 
The Definitive Dutch Masters
Category: Museums Today Published: January 2019
"This exhibition is a chance to gian a deeper understanding of how the shifting cultural climate of the time s[urred artistic innovation and gave rise to some of the most-beloved wprks of Western art in all of history."
 
The Illusion of Services Patricia Strach , Katie Zuber , Elizabeth Perez-Chiques
Category: Medicine & Health Published: January 2019
"If we are serious in our fight against opioids, then our approach must be altered. The solution is not necessarily to continue adding more treatment beds, but rather to make sure people have immediate access to the ones already there."
 
The Link Between Bacteria and the Brain Misti Crane
Category: Medicine & Health Published: January 2019
Does your gut hold the key to your mind?
 
The Warmth from Within Stephanie Selby
Category: Literary Scene Published: January 2019
"People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."
 
Where Do Teachers Stand in the Eyes of the Public? Martin R. West
Category: Education Published: January 2019
People feel teachers should be paid more, among other things.