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  • Life after divorce-Preparing your kids for Dating

    Life after divorce-Preparing your kids for Dating

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on August 10, 2016

    Recovering from a divorce can be a slow process for some. After dealing with all the legal aspects of it and your ex-spouse’s unhelpful attitude, you also feel obligated to explain everything to your kids in simple terms and embrace life after divorce. You just have to learn from the past and avoid making the same mistakes. Adapting to your new circumstances may not be easy but you must try. Remember...

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  • Hillary Clinton on Immigration

    Hillary Clinton on Immigration

    Posted by Emma Johnson on August 08, 2016

    It seems that Hillary Clinton is way ahead of Donald Trump on her immigration campaign. The presidential candidate has made it very clear that she supports immigration in the United States. We are simply a nation of immigrants and doing otherwise is nonsense. The world evolves and we should evolve with it or become obsessed like Donald Trump trying to eradicate all immigrants. That just won’t do. Hillary Clinton plans to introduce ...

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  • Model blackmailed Miami’s Snapchat Queen

    Model blackmailed Miami’s Snapchat Queen

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on August 03, 2016

    It seems that even the Miami snapchat queen’s cell phone gets hacked these days. YesJulz, the famous Snapchat celebrity has gained popularity for her party lifestyle and graceful figure. She has been a great influence for brands and uses Snapchat to promote herself and her exclusive clientele. Just remember not everyone ...

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  • Florida Labor laws working for you

    Florida Labor laws working for you

    Posted by Claire Gray on August 02, 2016

    All kinds of things can happen to employees in the workplace. It’s just part of the deal. But everything is under control. Employees in the sunshine state are thankfully protected by Florida labor laws such as the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA). The wrong type of scenario at work is...

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  • Donald Trump on Criminal Immigrants-Myth or Fact?

    Donald Trump on Criminal Immigrants-Myth or Fact?

    Posted by Emma Johnson on August 01, 2016

    It’s not surprising to hear Donald Trump accusing Mexican immigrants crossing the border of being a bunch of criminal and rapists. This nonsense finger pointing is endorsed by his presidential campaign. Although it might be true some immigrants crossing the border are involved in criminal activities, a zillion studies have proven immigrants, including the undocumented, are less ...

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  • Dealing with Parental Alienation Syndrome

    Dealing with Parental Alienation Syndrome

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on July 28, 2016

    As a divorce parent you must be already facing enough confusion. Parental alienation syndrome adds one more problem to the growing pile. Your ex-spouse will simply turn your child against you. But how is that possible? He or she will become an expert at making nasty remarks ...

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  • Impressive photo of motorcycle crash victim’s spirit goes viral

    Impressive photo of motorcycle crash victim’s spirit goes viral

    Posted by Emma Johnson on July 27, 2016

    Whether you believe in life after death or not, this image gone viral on the web is quite remarkable. The photo was taken after a fatal motorcycle crash in Powell County, Kentucky. Two ambulances, a police car and some individuals were gathered at the motorcycle crash scene. The image has something...

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  • $1 Billion Alleged Medicare Fraud Miami Proven True

    $1 Billion Alleged Medicare Fraud Miami Proven True

    Posted by Claire Gray on July 26, 2016

    One of the largest criminal Medicare fraud Miami cases ever brought against individuals was finally unmask last Friday in court. The alleged scheme has been going on for a while now, since 2002. Apparently, fraudulent claims were submitted to Medicare and Medicaid, which caused...

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