Fathers and Daughters: An Essential Bond After Divorce | Moving Past Divorce | Counseling, Consulting & Seminars (RI & MA)

By Terry Gaspard, MSW, LICSW  The relationship a daughter has with her father is one that has a profound impact on her life. The breakup of a family often changes the dynamic of the father-daughter…

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6 pols fail CdA Press ‘courage test’ | The Spokesman-Review

In a comment today, Mike Patrick, managing editor of the Coeur d’Alene Press, rips 6 individuals — 5 Republicans and a Democrat — who refused to fill out a yes-or-no questionnaire of 12 tough questions. The six — Barbieri, Vick, Mendive, Cheatham, Sims and Democrat Kristi Milan — were denied profiles in the guide (which you can find below).

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Capitalism simply isn’t working and here are the reasons why | Will Hutton | Opinion | The Guardian

Thomas Piketty has mined 200 years of data to support his theory that capitalism does not work. Photograph: Ed Alcock for the ObserverSaturday 12 April 2014 15.30 EDT Last modified on Thursday 31 December 2015 19.32 ESTShare on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn Share on Google+Shares58,761Comments2,722 Save for laterSuddenly, there is a new economist making waves – and he is not on the right. At the conference of the Institute of New Economic Thinking in Toronto last week, Thomas Piketty’s book Capital in the Twenty-First Century got at least one mention at every session I attended. You have to go back to the 1970s and Milton Friedman for a single economist to have had such an impact.Like Friedman, Piketty is a man for the times. For 1970s anxieties about inflation substitute today’s concerns about the emergence of the plutocratic rich and their impact on economy and society. Piketty is in no doubt, as he indicates in an

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The Next President

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I love that when they talk about the next president, if you mention anyone but Trump everyone has a fixed idea on how that person would run the country. But even listening to the long time pundits that have inside beltway information, all of them just shrug about Trump as president and turn the convo back to his campaigning. No one knows what his campaign rhetoric really means. Will Trump turn this country back 50 years, or take it ahead in a Bully Fashion like Teddy. If Bernie does not win, Trump may win. – DTS

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After Obama Victory, Shrieking White-Hot Sphere Of Pure Rage Early GOP Front-Runner For 2016

Funny.

Sources say the screaming orb might be the only potential candidate that would tap into Republicans’ deep-seated, seething fury after this election.

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