Melania’s Coat

Originally posted on J. A. Allen:
Let me open by saying I am Canadian. Some people might argue I don’t have the right to comment on American politics. As a human, I believe I do: especially because last night while watching US news, my heart broke. It actually ached in my chest. This morning it…

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Copyright: What’s the Big Deal?— By Julie Barlow

Originally posted on QWF Writes:
The Federal government is in the process of revising the Copyright Act. If you don’t think that matters to writers, think again. I’m always surprised to see blank stares on writers’ faces when I launch into a speech about copyright. Some of them aren’t clear why copyright really matters. Others…

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Premature Assessments Can Do Lifelong Harm

Originally posted on Help from Heaven:
As a professor, I met so many students who had a poor opinion of their abilities to be more than just be average in college because someone had told them early in their lives that they were not smart, capable, or good enough to be successful. These are what…

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NET NEUTRALITY ADVOCATES PLAN PROTESTS FOR DECEMBER 7 AT VERIZON STORES

PAY TO PLAY? Writer JoAnn Chateau informs us of: an effort to dissolve internet protections the protests to keep the internet free for all of us! The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is expected to announce the dissolution of Net Neutrality protections on December 14, 2017. In response, Net Neutrality supporters are staging a nation-wide protest […]

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