In "Common Anomaly," 16-year-old Evan White gives timely practical financial advice
Evan White is a teen finance wizard. At the tender age seven, he began looking into all things business after earning his first dollar doing household chores. At age 10, he began watching Bloomberg TV and got interested in the stock market. A year later, he asked his father for a proxy online stock trading account and started investing. Now, at age 16, White teaches teens the basic and fundamental concepts about business construction and business finance in his newly published book, titled Common Anomaly. COMMON ANOMALY Business Basics and Fundamentals For Teens
Over the past few months we’ve covered many aspects of voter suppression, its targets and the threat it poses to our democracy. This week we’ll take a look at voter ID and the way voter suppression is being viewed in Great Britain, Europe’s most important democracy. It is undisputed that voter ID is the centerpiece of voter suppression laws and gets the headlines when the laws are being discussed. Voter ID is normally justified as necessary to prevent in-person voter fraud. However, it is well documented that numerous investigations around the country have turned up negligible voter fraud and where it was found, it was the kind of fraud that would not be prevented by voter ID.
After the winter break, transitioning back to school -- and back to good classroom behavior -- can be challenging for students. The WWC offers evidence-based strategies you can use today to prevent and address behavior problems so everyone can enjoy a more productive classroom. Learn how to modify the classroom environment to alter or remove factors that trigger problem behaviors. Strategies include revisiting and reinforcing expectations, modifying the learning space to motivate students, and varying instructional strategies to increase academic success.
Carla P. J. Livingston Reveals the reality of angels forewarning Americans about guns Dallas, TX -- Carla P. J. Livingston got so frustrated with gun violence in our country; she wrote a novel about angels visiting America in the midst of various tragedies. The San Francisco native who is an inspiring Christian author is a realist who shares horrific experiences that destroys families in America through gun violence. After several tragic stories actually hit national news, Livingston put her previous completed manuscript aside to write, and then published Angels against Gun Violence in America.
With current references to the modern voter suppression and the disproportionate impact of Voter ID laws on women, the League of Women Voters are continuing their historic fight to ensure the voting rights of all people. Rooted in the movement that secured the right to vote for women, the League has worked to foster civic engagement and enhance access to vote since they were founded in 1920. On its website, the League noted that over time its work has evolved from efforts to gain and foster women’s suffrage to ensuring that all eligible voters – particularly those from traditionally underrepresented or underserved communities, including first-time voters, non-college youth, new citizens, minorities, the elderly and low-income Americans – have the opportunity and the information to exercise their right to vote.
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