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    A Parents Guide to Talking to Kids About Violence

    November 6, 2017

    Talking to kids about violence

     

    If you’re anything like us, you’re never quite sure how to approach sensitive topics with your kids.

    For instance, how do you talk to them about things like the deadly church shooting that happened in Texas over the weekend? Do you say anything at all? What if their friends talk to them about it first?

    If you’re looking for a helpful resource to get you started, we’ve got you covered. Continue Reading

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    Teaching Our Kids Love Conquers Hate

    August 14, 2017

    “Can you believe they’d hang a sign like that in an elementary school?!” my neighbor fumed. I was embarrassed to admit that I had a hard time noticing what was wrong with the sign. “Hate has…

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    Why No One Can Seem to Get A Healthcare Bill Right

    March 20, 2017

      A few days ago, I received an email from the White House inviting me to share my “Obamacare disaster” story. So, I did. I explained how Obamacare has affected my husband’s pay. He’s in the medical field and, along…

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    Why Press Coverage of the President Matters

    February 27, 2017

    Do you know how much money reporters make straight out of college? Go ahead and take a guess. Journalism is so glamorous, the salary has got to be sustainable, right? Wrong. Most journalists make jack squat.…

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    Senate Rule 19: Learning to Play Nice

    February 10, 2017

    By: Andrea There is a room in the U.S. Capitol building where only senators can enter. Senator Bob Bennett, a republican, used to tell me stories about that room as we’d walk down the long underground tunnels…

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    Checking and Balancing those Pesky Executive Orders

    February 6, 2017

    And a Thing or Two about Twitter By: Andrea “Don’t they realize he wasn’t actually the one tweeting? It was his press secretary!” I exclaimed to my coworker as we watched the news pour in after a State…

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    America’s Response to Refugees

    January 30, 2017

    Thoughts on Refugees Coming to America By: Andrea “All Mormons are welcome in Missouri! You’re welcome, too!” I giggled a little bit as I listened to Senator Kit Bond, a Republican senator from Missouri, warmly invite…

  • The Peaceful Right to Protest

    January 23, 2017

    The Peaceful Right to Protest: The Women’s March on Washington By: Andrea and Brittany Protests have been happening since the birth of our country. Boston Tea Party, anyone? The First Amendment protects our right to free…

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