|OPINION AND EDITORIAL|
|PARENTS OF DRUG ADDICTS CAN SAVE THEMSELVES|
IF NOT THEIR CHILDREN
Guest Editorial By Karla V. Garrison, M.A., clinical therapist
June 15, 2009
Editor’s Note: Drug addiction tears apart millions of American families from all walks of life. Many parents who never believed in capital punishment change their tunes when it comes to the pusher or pushers that sold dope to their kids.
The ravages of this awful disease affects even parents who raised their children in loving, stable, good homes and always believed that drug addiction was something that happened to kids in some “other” family, in some other, perhaps lower socio-economic environment where parents were less stable, less loving, less involved in their children’s lives.
|BAD NEWS LURKS IN THE MURKY JOBS PICTURE|
June 14, 2009
A recent commentary by Jon Talton in the Seattle Times called “Look deeper into the jobless figures – the bad news is lurking there” (located HERE) gives one pause to consider how serious the recession is that we’ve been handed by the outgoing Bush administration and what this scene portends for the future of American workers.
|THE “BINDING ARBITRATION” RIP OFF OF THE AMERICAN CONSUMER|
June 12, 2009
Go read your credit card rules right this very minute. You know, that piece of paper that came once a loooooong time ago from the credit card company when you first got the card. You know, the one that explains your “rights” (what a joke) as a cardholder and your responsibilities.
|WHEN BLOGGERS RUN OUT OF STEAM|
June 07, 2009
Remember the promise of blogging? At one time blogging was thought of as a brave new world which would tap into all the untapped, undiscovered great literary and investigative reporting talent that could somehow never get passed the gatekeepers to get published.
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