Much of the following story was published in the Charlotte Observer and accordingly this story is there account. That said when you read the story, it's a sad and tragic story. It ended the life of a young intelligent pregnant woman, it ruined the life of a promising young NFL wide receiver and exposes the... Continue Reading →
Turkish officials suspected within hours of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance that he had likely been killed, CNN has learned. Intelligence officials raced to the Istanbul airport where a private Saudi plane was waiting to take off -- to try to find out whether he had been abducted or whether his body was being taken... Continue Reading →
I received a notification from a blogger whose site directed me to a symptom checker about ADD or ADHD or whatever it’s called. For some reason this compelled me to write about this learning disorder. It reminded me of my experience with Attention deficit disorder.
I am “old school”and back when I was growing up there was no such thing as Attention deficit disorder, although in retrospect I had every symptom. When I was 8 yrs old I banged my head on the wall while in bed in order to fall a sleep or I banged my legs up and down in bed continuously in order to sleep. I never told anybody I was to embarrassed.
Nevertheless years later at age 27 I was diagnosed with Attention deficit disorder and prescribed Ritalin. For some years it worked great and my career accelerated. I could read and actually comprehend what I…
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What motivated me to write this piece is personal experience. I don’t have Autism but someone close to me does. Someone that has recently come in to my life and someone I care deeply about. I have been trying to learn about this debilitating disorder and have learned much, however what I have learned has generated as many questions as answers. Until recently I had no experience dealing with this disorder, and it is incumbent on me to learn as much I can if I want to be of help. So I share some of what I have learned. Understanding of this disorder is in it’s infancy and professional’s are just beginning to put the pieces together. The following information was gathered from http://verywellhealth.com
Every person with autism receives the same diagnosis: autism spectrum disorder (ASD). But autism is a spectrum disorder, meaning that a person can be mildly, moderately…
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We will find a way to vote you out. Your yes vote means your not interested in justice but only political capital. Your shameful and spineless if you vote yes for the confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh. Your setting the country back 50 years. Shame on you. Your gutless and morally bankrupt and a stain on this country on the state.
Leadership left with the passing of John McCain
Charles Ludington, Lynne Brookes and Elizabeth Swisher attended Yale University from 1983 to 1987 with Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh. We were college classmates and drinking buddies with Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh. In the past week, all threeof usdecided separately to respond to questions from the media regarding Brett’s honesty, or lack... Continue Reading →
It is so hard to get a politically unbiased account of this situation. After reviewing popular publications and articles from both sides of the argument, I can confidently say things are not looking good for Mrs. Ford. If all the articles from the media are intended to bolster her argument or cast doubt on the... Continue Reading →
We will find a way to vote you out. Your yes vote means your not interested in justice but only political capital. Your shameful and spineless if you vote yes for the confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh. Your setting the country back 50 years. Shame on you. Your gutless and morally bankrupt and a stain on... Continue Reading →