CONGRATULATIONS MR. PRESIDENT

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I have been waiting for this day. Like many of you, I did not just sit on the fence and watch both candidates throw in the kitchen sink; I was active in some circles and pinched in some contributions. Many believed that we were not presented with the best of candidates, but that has always been the case with all electoral process of my lifetime. As we come closer to the Election Day, I knew in my heart that it ...

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What Did The President Do Wrong?

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Immigration reform has always sparked some controversy and has been a subject for political debate for decades in US. In recent years, legislations on comprehensive reform have stalled a few times. When President Obama took office in 2009, he leaned towards bipartisan effort to tackle a comprehensive immigration reform. Despite the failure of that effort, the president seemed poised to act, with or without the help of Congress. He stated that comprehensive reform is such an urgent national need that ...

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Should parents be held responsible for bullying and harassment perpetrated by their children?

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There’s hardly any case where a court has found parents negligent for failing to supervise their kids’ computer use. Not withstanding, on October 10, a Georgia Court of Appeals ruled that the parents of a seventh-grade student may be negligent for failing to get their son to delete a fake Facebook profile that allegedly defamed a female classmate. This case is of particular interest because, according to the appeals court opinion, the page stayed up for the next 11 months ...

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Same-Sex Marriage Law Quagmire…What’s Next?

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The same-sex marriage movement has had a lengthy string of victories recently. In many states, same-sex marriage has been approved either through legislation, court rulings or voter referenda. Recently the 4th, 7th, 9th and the 10th U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals ruled that ban of same-sex marriage violates the U.S. Constitution’s guarantee of equal protection under the law for everyone. However, on November 6th, the United States 6th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the right of four states to ban ...

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Hello, November!

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November is upon us and Fall leaves are beginning to change colors here in California. Stores are also being decorated in typical Christmas colors of red and green with wreaths, lights and ribbons. Whoa….It all seems so sudden. The festivities are around the corner again. Like most of us, you may still be working on your end of the year goal. Rest assured you are not alone. Do a little more each day than you think you possibly cannot, but ...

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What’s Race Got to Do With It?

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Somebody once asked me to wonder what the world would be like if people of all races have the same complexion or skin tone. In other words, if who we are, or what we could be was not determined or predicted based on the concept of our skin colors. I did not have to ponder for long since I have a clear thought. I told him I was sure people would have looked for other distinguishing human features, such ...

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