The financial realities of life after college can be a rude awakening for students who borrowed their way through school and are sitting on a pile of debt. Staying out of trouble means making smart choices right from the start. Here are three steps this year's college grads can take to set themselves up for long-term financial success.
As a mother of a divorced dad who’s been fighting for shared parenting legislation, I’d like to thank our former first lady for her insensitive and cavalier remarks concerning divorced dads and parenting. In just one riveting sound bite, Michelle Obama brought to light the dangerous misperceptions that our family courts and legislators have about parenting and divorce.
The time for an accounting has arrived for former senior members of the FBI and Intelligence Community. They aided and abetted in propagating a false narrative about the Trump campaign colluding with Russians, accused the President of the United States of being a “traitor,” and misled the American people.
In the wake of the report last week by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, President Trump claims he has been completely cleared of serious accusations involving collusion with Russia to help him get elected, and obstruction of justice to hinder the investigation of the collusion charge. This is simply not true.
Have you ever thought to yourself, “One day I’ll really commit to living the Christian lifestyle, but I’m just not ready for that yet?” I grew up learning about Jesus and His sacrifice, but believing and living out my beliefs were different things. When I went away to college I started building walls around my heart, with very REAL feelings of guilt, shame, and rebellion.