Monthly Archives: October 2011

Think about the meaning of tradition when you use it in your argument

“For all the girls who think tradition should be continued, go back to the kitchen, stop having sex before you’re married, get out of school and job system, don’t have an opinion, don’t own any property, give up the right … Continue reading

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Putting Teachers’ Salaries in Perspective

“Teacher’s hefty salaries are driving up taxes, and they only work 9 or 10 months a year! It’s time we put things in perspective and pay them for what they do — babysit! We can get that for minimum wage. … Continue reading

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IVNA: Granting the Human Right to Health (And How You Can Help Them Achieve Their Mission)

More bang for your buck: Donate to IVNA during the Amazing Raise: 6 a.m. October 5th through 6 p.m. October 6th! Opening doors to better health since 1990 IVNA is a proven source of reliable care for you and your neighbors delivering the … Continue reading

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