Inequality In Life – And Death: Newspaper Obituaries Have Long Discriminated Against Women

Inequality In Life – And Death: Newspaper Obituaries Have Long Discriminated Against Women

By Erika J. Pribanic-Smith | The Conversation Gender discrimination doesn’t always end after a woman dies. Newspapers have long treated women differently in the number, wording and presentation of obituaries. Since the 18th century, newspapers have published short death notices with basic facts – announcements often submitted by family members or funeral homes, and positioned […]

In Split with Hochul, Delgado Calls on Biden to Drop Out

In Split with Hochul, Delgado Calls on Biden to Drop Out

Lt. Gov. Antonio Delgado. Editorial credit: lev radin / Shutterstock.com By Rebecca C. Lewis | City and State News In a stunning political split, Lt. Gov. Antonio Delgado broke with Gov. Kathy Hochul on Wednesday and called on President Joe Biden to end his presidential campaign so that another candidate could become the Democratic presidential […]

Florida Should Brace for Trump, Rubio, and GOP Plans to Devastate Economy Through Mass Deportations

Florida Should Brace for Trump, Rubio, and GOP Plans to Devastate Economy Through Mass Deportations

Editorial credit: brian james cramer / Shutterstock.com Washington, DC — Yesterday, at a Miami rally, Donald Trump continued his relentless and lurid focus on immigration lies while reiterating his plans for mass roundups and deportations. The remarks follow the release of the Republican Party’s official 2024 platform, which reflects Trump’s full takeover of the GOP […]

Seven Reasons to Avoid Hatred and Bitterness After a Divorce

Seven Reasons to Avoid Hatred and Bitterness After a Divorce

Do you feel a great deal of animosity towards your ex-spouse? If so, your feelings may damage you more than you realize. This article describes the damage that hate can do, especially during or after a divorce, and offers compelling reasons to let go of such negative emotions.  Physical Health Consequences Divorce is already a […]

The Enduring Inspiration of Che Guevara’s Revolutionary Life

The Enduring Inspiration of Che Guevara’s Revolutionary Life

Editorial credit: yordanka caridad almaguer / Shutterstock.com By Esther Claudette Gittens Ernesto “Che” Guevara, an Argentine Marxist revolutionary, has become an enduring symbol of rebellion and change. His life and actions have inspired people worldwide, crossing the boundaries of gender, race, and nationality. This analysis explores the reasons behind the lasting appeal of Che Guevara’s […]

The Death of Che Guevara and Its Impact on His Legacy

The Death of Che Guevara and Its Impact on His Legacy

Che Guevara. Editorial Credit: Shutterstock By Esther Claudette Gittens Ernesto “Che” Guevara, a pivotal figure in the Cuban Revolution and a symbol of revolutionary fervor, was killed in Bolivia in 1967. His death has been surrounded by controversy, speculation, and intrigue. This analysis explores the circumstances of Che Guevara’s death, the individuals and entities involved, […]

‘Adams and Adams’ Shake Hands on $112 Billion City Budget

‘Adams and Adams’ Shake Hands on $112 Billion City Budget

Mayor Eric Adams and Council Speaker Adrienne Adams at City Hall on Friday, June 28, 2024. Credit: Michael Appleton / Mayoral Photography Office By Katie Honan Mayor Eric Adams and Speaker Adrienne Adams shook hands Friday in a tepid ceremony celebrating an agreement on a $112.4 billion budget that they both said addressed some of the biggest […]

Analysis of Personal Injury Damages Calculation in Vehicle Accidents

Analysis of Personal Injury Damages Calculation in Vehicle Accidents

By Esther Claudette Gittens Calculating personal injury damages in vehicle accidents is a complex process involving multiple factors to ensure fair compensation. This analysis will cover the various components of damages, the methodologies used to calculate them, and the legal principles guiding these assessments.  Introduction Personal injury damages aim to compensate victims for the losses […]

Supreme Court Upholds Federal Law Blocking Domestic Abusers from Possessing Guns

Supreme Court Upholds Federal Law Blocking Domestic Abusers from Possessing Guns

By Janet Howard In a landmark decision, the United States Supreme Court has reaffirmed the federal law that prohibits individuals convicted of domestic violence from possessing firearms. This ruling, which comes at a crucial time amidst a heated national debate over gun control and domestic violence prevention, marks a pivotal moment in the ongoing struggle […]

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