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How Does Social Security Really Work?

December 3, 2019 at 10:16 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

On the first day that the Republican-controlled House of Representatives was back in session, the Republican majority passed a rule restricting the transfer of money from the Social Security retirement fund into the Social Security Disability Insurance program. Some fear that this will lead to the Social Security Disability trust fund going bankrupt by 2016.

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“How Does Social Security Really Work?”

Does The First Amendment Really Protect Speech & Religion?

November 26, 2019 at 3:20 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

The First Amendment to the United States Constitution might be the most frequently debated amendment in US history. Although it is regularly used as shorthand to talk about freedom of speech, it also includes a number of other important clauses, without which the US would be unrecognizable. So, what exactly is in the First Amendment?

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“Does The First Amendment Really Protect Speech & Religion?”

AOC talks 2020 election, giving up social media and why she supports Rep. Omar

November 23, 2019 at 4:16 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

MICHAEL ISIKOFF: Barely a year ago, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was completely unknown to the American public. She was at the time 28 years old, a former Bernie Sanders organizer who was shaking cocktails and waiting tables at a taco and tequila bar in New York City. And yet, it’s no exaggeration to say that, since then,

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“AOC talks 2020 election, giving up social media and why she supports Rep. Omar”

Religion and Gay Marriage

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Good morning, Hank, it’s Tuesday. I really liked your video about marriage equality on Friday, but today I wanted to approach the question of gay marriage from a specifically religious perspective. But to do that we have to first figure out what exactly marriage is, which turns out to be incredibly complicated. All right, so

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“Religion and Gay Marriage”

REACH- Community Diabetes Education — Medical University of South Carolina

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Mrs. Delagard, a 76-year-old, was scheduled to have her leg amputated. One of her family members came to a community REACH diabetes education class and talked with a community health advisor about Mrs. Delagard’s problems. As a result she has her leg. Diabetes was really a closeted issue. Even people who are on insulin often

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“REACH- Community Diabetes Education — Medical University of South Carolina”

Making the Business Case: Improving Health in African American Communities

November 21, 2019 at 4:16 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

[MUSIC PLAYING] 45 million African Americans; 76 percent Obese & Overweight Adults; 40 percent High Blood Pressure; 48 percent Smoke Cigarettes Local Leaders & Businesses can help make healthy living easier in African American communities. People of color in this community continue to be the ones with [the] highest degrees of diabetes, highest degrees of

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“Making the Business Case: Improving Health in African American Communities”

The 18 Religions That Make Up Lebanon’s Government

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While there are many religious theocracies and secular democracies around the world, very few countries have found a way to bridge the gap between religion and politics. But in Lebanon, not only does there exist a democracy within a larger religious structure, there are actually 18 official religions built into the country’s parliamentary system. So

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“The 18 Religions That Make Up Lebanon’s Government”