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Trump Tests Legal Limits by Delaying Dozens of Obama’s Rules


  Trump Tests Legal Limits by Delaying Dozens of Obama’s Rules   It typically takes years for presidents to kill federal regulations they dislike, but Donald Trump has found a shortcut: He’s just putting them on long-term hold. The Trump … Continue reading

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Do Your Own Research On Parents Rights Blog


  Do Your Own Research On Parents Rights Blog LATEST ACTIVIST NEWS RIGHT NOW! LATEST CHILD CUSTODY NEWS RIGHT NOW!   Latest Civil & Human Rights News  Right Now! LATEST LIFESTYLE, FAMILY AND CHILD PROTECTION NEWS RIGHT NOW! LATEST FAMILY LAW NEWS RIGHT NOW! … Continue reading

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The Myth of Judicial Supremacy


  The Myth of Judicial Supremacy  Source: nationalreview.com by Paul Moreno June 26, 2015 2:20 Forget Marbury v. Madison.Judicial supremacy is mostly an invention of the Warren Court. The Supreme Court this morning declared that states cannot limit marriage to one … Continue reading

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The Frustration That Led To Brexit Shifts British Politics


  The Frustration That Led To Brexit Shifts British Politics Source: CHILD PROTECTION FOR PROFIT SYSTEM. An article in The Guardian (May 16, 2014) stated: ‘The power to take children away from their families could be privatised along with other child … Continue reading

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Voting Benefits Whom? #Election2017


Voting Benefits Whom? #Election2017   What are the advantages or benefits of voting? Why should a candidate vote?   Promoted by Hargreaves Lansdown Shreyas Kothapalli Jun 25, 2014 Sourced from: quora.com   Voting is a Trasnfer of Power from People to … Continue reading

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Cultural Competence


Cultural Competence This refers to the ability of an individual or an organisation to acquire sufficient knowledge of the culture of diverse groups to increase tolerance, understanding and acceptance and to reduce stereotypes, misunderstandings. Concepts and prejudice (Pope-Davis et al., 2003). … Continue reading

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#Brexit UK: European Convention on Human Rights


#Brexit UK: European Convention on Human Rights Referendum Is a general vote by the electorate on a single political question that has been referred to them for a direct decision. synonyms: popular vote, vote, public vote,plebiscite, ballot, pol… “Not all nation … Continue reading

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The Truth About Child Protective Services


The Truth About Child Protective Services

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The System We Like To Call Democracy


The System We Like To Call Democracy Corruption has become a way of life among politicians of all parties and all nations. The system we like to call democracy, if it ever existed, may also be broken beyond repair. Much … Continue reading

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Former Senator Nancy Schaefer Fought To Expose Corruption In Child Protective Services


  Former Senator Nancy Schaefer Fought To Expose Corruption In Child Protective Services Nancy Shaefer did succeed in her quest to expose corruption in child protective services.

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