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Obama To Designate First Marine Monument In Atlantic Ocean

President Barack Obama will set aside a 4,900-square-mile stretch of ocean on Thursday to create the first protected marine monument in the Atlantic Ocean.

The area will be called the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument and lie about 150 miles off the coast of Cape Cod in New England.

Environmentalists hailed the move, to be announced at an ocean conservation meeting in Washington, D.C., likening Obama’s efforts to those of former President Teddy Roosevelt, considered the father of American conservation.

“Teddy Roosevelt had the foresight to protect the treasures of America’s landscape,” said Rhea Suh, president of the Natural Resources Defense Council, in a statement. “With that same boldness, President Obama is conserving the crown jewels of our nation’s seascape.”

Philippe Cousteau, grandson of the famed explorer and scientist, Jacques Cousteau, called Obama’s efforts “the type of bold action our leaders must take to begin healing a resource that literally makes life on earth possible.” And others, including Collin O’Mara, president of the National Wildlife Federation, said the designation was a vital step in the protection of marine life.

“The whales, dolphins, sharks, and the many other species of fish and seabirds that rely on the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts will now have safe haven in a vibrant and globally unique wilderness,” O’Mara said in a statement.

Most commercial fishing will be immediately prohibited within the new monument, with some considerations to local lobster and crab fisheries, which will have several years to scale down operations. Many in New England had expressed their support for the protections, but some in the fishing industry had argued for more restrictions rather than a flat-out ban.

“The only user group that’s going to be negatively affected by this proposal is the fishing industry, period,” David Borden, executive director of the Atlantic Offshore Lobstermen’s Association, told The Washington Post. “Just set the boundaries deep enough so the fishing can continue.”

The oceans have become a bellwether for the fight against climate change as scientists warn of rising, warming seas devoid of life. Obama has called such changes “terrifying” and has spent his remaining days in office solidifying a science-first conservation legacy.

The Atlantic Ocean monument is the latest move in a series of major environmental efforts his administration has made. Obama announced last month the expansion of an ocean monument surrounding Hawaii that made it the largest protected marine area in the world. The area, called the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, covers some 580,000 square miles, nearly four times the size of California.

With the latest designation, the president will have increased the amount of protected ocean habitat by 20 times since he took office, The New York Times notes. He has also protected more public space than any other U.S. president.

Just 4 percent of the world’s oceans are protected, compared to about 15 percent of terrestrial regions, according to the International Union of Concerned Scientists.

The State Department will host the Our Ocean Conference in Washington, D.C., this week, with a key focus on marine protected areas, sustainable fisheries and climate-related impacts on the ocean.

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Don’t Choke: How To Conquer Paralysis By Analysis

It’s one thing to achieve mastery. It is quite another to be able to perform under pressure. Psychologist Sian Beilock, author of Choke: What the Secrets of the Brain Reveal About Getting it Right When You Have To, defines choking as suboptimal performance, not just poor performance.

It’s a performance that is inferior to what you can do and have done in the past and occurs when you feel pressure to get everything right.

The most painful part about choking is that you know you can and have done better.

Choking can occur regardless of the number of hours spent practicing. Examples in sports abound. Golfer Greg Norman painfully choked at the 1996 US Masters. Entering the final round he had a six-stroke lead over Nick Faldo and then blew it. Snow boarding champion Shaun White famously missed winning gold at the 2014 Olympic winter games.

Why does the brain sabotage performance just when it matters most? Beilock believes that overthinking the situation is the problem. She calls it paralysis by analysis. Paralysis by analysis occurs when we try too hard to control every little thing. This over-attention to detail interferes with the fluidity and flow of well-rehearsed skills and ultimately undermines the ability to do something that would normally be relatively easy.

You don’t need to be a star athlete to experience choking. It can happen to any of us at key moments. A student who fails even though she was prepared for a test, an entrepreneur who freezes while presenting to potential investors, a well-qualified applicant who blows a key interview.

Try the following tricks to help you stay at the top of your game:

1. Say Om

Meditating before the big event calms the mind, reduces anxiety and increases cognitive horsepower.

2. Practice Under Pressure

Train under conditions that simulate the stress of the actual event. This will mentally prepare you for the real deal

3. Have a “Go-To Mantra

For golfers, a simple thought like “Smooth” or “Nice and Easy” just before hitting the ball can do the trick.

4. Whistle While you Work

According to Beilock:

If the tasks are automatic and you have done them a thousand times in the past, a mild distraction such as whistling can help them run off more smoothly under pressure.

5. Put Pen to Paper

Taking a few minutes to write down your worries before a test or presentation will help you stay focused on the topic and reduce forgetfulness due to stress.

Don’t let your brain sabotage your success.

For science-backed, actionable insights delivered directly to your inbox, visit www.PositivePrescription.com and sign-up for The Weekly Dose

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There’s A Scientific Reason That Doing The Deed Makes You Sleepy

Your partner is out like a light after a roll in the hay. Biology, not chemistry, may well be to blame. There are lesser-known “love hormones” ― i.e.,  not estrogen or testosterone ― that cause us to feel sleepy after sex.

We’ve partnered with Sleep Number to get to the bottom of this copulation correlation. Watch the video above, and consider cutting your partner some slack the next time snores cut short your post-coital cuddling.

Just like diet and exercise, sleep is unique to each person and important for optimal health. Sleep Number® beds adjust on each side to your ideal level of firmness, comfort and support — your Sleep Number® setting. And when you add SleepIQ® technology you’ll know what to adjust for your best possible sleep.

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Bosconi AW224SQCWG3S 84 in. Double Bathroom Vanity White – 81.1 x 17.7 x 32.7 in.

Bosconi AW224SQCWG3S 84 in. Double Bathroom Vanity White – 81.1 x 17.7 x 32.7 in.

Explore a classically modern touch with this glossy white Bosconi double vanity set. The ceramic Vessel sink and perfectly coordinating mirrors lend to a smart and efficient design. Features include two spacious cabinets with soft closing doors as well as two large pull out drawers. Plenty of space to store your towels toiletries and bathroom accessories.

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Gucci – GG 3814/S (Glitter Gray/Dark Gray Shade) Fashion Sunglasses

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Square sunglasses. ; Optyl frame and temples. ; Optyl is a lightweight, hypoallergenic plastic material that adapts to the wearer’s face, treated with a special surface coating to protect it from corrosion caused by sweat and cosmetics. ; Plastic lenses offer 100% UV protection. ; Integrated nose guards. ; Brand name hardware at temples. ; Most complementary face shapes: oval, round. ; Protective case included. ; Made in Italy. ; This item may ship with an attached security tag. Merchandise returned without the original security tag attached or a damaged tag may not qualify for a refund. Measurements: ; Temple Length: 131 mm ; Frame Width: 126 mm ; Lens Height: 46 mm ; Weight: 1.8 oz ; Lens Width: 50 mm ; Bridge: 19 mm ; This product may have a manufacturer’s warranty. Please visit the manufacturer’s website or contact us at for full manufacturer warranty details.
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Dallas Doctor Says Treating Wounded Cops ‘Doesn’t Mean That I Do Not Fear’ Them

A black doctor who treated shooting victims of a Dallas attack that left five police officers dead spoke out Monday on the fraught relationship between people of color and law enforcement.

Dr. Brian Williams was on duty at Parkland Hospital last Thursday when a sniper shot 14 people during a peaceful protest in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Seven officers were treated at the hospital. Three of them died.

Williams was visibly upset, as he sat as the lone minority on a panel of mostly white first responders speaking at a news conference about the attack. He said being on the front lines after such an incident was “much more complicated” for him personally, as both a black American and a doctor.

“There’s this dichotomy where I’m standing with law enforcement, but I also personally feel that angst that comes when you cross the path of an officer in uniform and you’re fearing for your safety,” Williams told reporters. “I’ve been there, and I understand that.

“I want Dallas police also to see me, a black man, and understand that I support you, I will defend you and I will care for you. That doesn’t mean that I do not fear you.”

Williams pointed to the difficulty he’s faced seeing the endless spate of officer-involved shootings in recent years. Just last week, Alton Sterling was shot and killed outside a convenience store in Baton Rouge and Philando Castile was fatally shot during a traffic stop in a suburb of St. Paul, Minnesota.

The doctor condemned 25-year-old Micah Johnson’s attack on police in Dallas. He didn’t “understand why people think its OK to kill police officers,” Williams told CNN’s Don Lemon. But that same confusion extends to continuing danger of simply being black in America, he stressed.

“I don’t understand why black men die in custody and they’re forgotten the next day,” Williams said. “I don’t know why this has to be us against them. This is all really… it has to stop.”

Police have killed some 140 black people, according to the Guardian’s tracking project The Counted.

“We are all in this together, we are all connected,” Williams said. “All this violence, all this hatred, all these disagreements, it impacts us all, whether you realize it or not. This is not the kind of world we want to leave for our children. Something has to be done.”

His comments echo those of President Barack Obama, who last week called the spate of shootings “an American issue” that should trouble all of us.

“When incidents like this occur, there’s a big chunk of our citizenry that feels as if, because of the color of their skin, they are not being treated the same, and that hurts,” Obama said, following Castile’s death.

Just days after the Dallas attack, Williams said the incident has been playing in his mind constantly, “like this bad movie on an endless loop.”

“It absolutely has changed me,” he said. “I’m certainly not the only African-American male in this country that feels the way I do towards law enforcement. But I work with them on a daily basis. They’re my colleagues. They’re my friends.

“There are a lot of people talking at each other, talking over each other, trying to shout each other out, but I don’t see people truly listening to the other side, truly putting themselves in their shoes and seeing the world through their eyes. And until we’re ready to do that, there probably will not be any truly substantive change.”

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Textbook of Clinical Pediatrics

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The second edition of the textbook is planned to become a MRW-textbook. It will be written by 389 eminent pediatricians and scientists from leading university hospitals and health centers in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Written with more than 425 chapters, the book will encompass virtually all pediatric subspecialties, covering every pediatric disease and organ system. Its strong clinical focus with a problem based approach will help practicing pediatricians, residents, medical students as well as family practitioners to manage sick children in a practical way, based on scientific evidence. Thus, it will become a valuable reference and resource for all health care practitioners dealing with pediatric patients.
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Modern manufacturing processes have thoroughly incorporated automation and repetitive processing. The use of computer-controlled material handling systems to convey raw materials through the multiple processing stages required to produce a finished product is widely employed in industry world-wide. Central to these systems are robot-served manufacturing cells, or robotic cells. These cells perform a variety of functions including arc welding, material handling, electroplating, textiles creation, and machining. In addition, they are used in many different industries, including injection molding of battery components, glass manufacturing and processing, building products, cosmetics, lawn tractors, fiber-optics, and semi-conductor manufacturing. In the medical field, robotic cells are used to produce components for magnetic resonance imaging systems, for automated pharmacy compounding, to process nucleic acids, and to generate compounds for tests in relevant biological screens. Cells for grinding, polishing, and buffing handle many products, including rotors, stainless steel elbows for the chemical and the food industries, sink levers and faucets, propane tanks, flatware, automotive products, and more. All of this has resulted with the rapid growth of robotic cell scheduling. As manufacturers have employed them in greater numbers and greater varieties, analysts have developed new models and techniques to maximize these cells productivity. Competitive pressures will result in the development of more advanced cells and, hence, more sophisticated studies. Therefore, robotic cell scheduling should continue to attract the attention of a growing number of practitioners and researchers.

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GMO Food Labeling Bill Passes In The Senate

(Reuters) – The U.S. Senate on Thursday approved legislation that would for the first time require food to carry labels listing genetically-modified ingredients, which labeling supporters say could create loopholes for some U.S. crops.

The Senate voted 63-30 for the bill that would display GMO contents with words, pictures or a bar code that can be scanned with smartphones. The U.S. Agriculture Department (USDA) would decide which ingredients would be considered genetically modified.

The measure now goes to the House of Representatives, where it is expected to pass.

Drawing praise from farmers, the bill sponsored by Republican Senator Pat Roberts of Kansas and Democrat Senator Debbie Stabenow of Michigan is the latest attempt to introduce a national standard that would override state laws, including Vermont’s that some say is more stringent, and comes amid growing calls from consumers for greater transparency.

“This bipartisan bill ensures that consumers and families throughout the United States will have access, for the first time ever, to information about their food through a mandatory, nationwide label for food products with GMOs,” Stabenow said in a statement.

A nationwide standard is favored by the food industry, which says state-by-state differences could inflate costs for labeling and distribution. But mandatory GMO labeling of any kind would still be seen as a loss for Big Food, which has spent millions lobbying against it.

Farmers lobbied against the Vermont law, worrying that labeling stigmatizes GMO crops and could hurt demand for food containing those ingredients, but have applauded this law.

Critics like Senator Bernie Sanders, an independent from Vermont, say the bill’s vague language and allowance for electronic labels for scanning could limit its scope and create confusion.

“When parents go to the store and purchase food, they have the right to know what is in the food their kids are going to be eating,” Sanders said on the floor of the Senate ahead of the vote.

He said at a news conference this week that major food manufacturers have already begun labeling products with GMO ingredients to meet the new law in his home state.

Another opponent of the bill, Democratic Senator Jeff Merkley of Oregon, said it would institute weak federal requirements making it virtually impossible for consumers to access information about GMOs.

LOOPHOLES

Food ingredients like beet sugar and soybean oil, which can be derived from genetically-engineered crops but contain next to no genetic material by the time they are processed, may not fall under the law’s definition of a bioengineered food, critics say.

GMO corn may also be excluded thanks to ambiguous language, some said.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) raised concerns about the involvement of the USDA in a list of worries sent in a June 27 memo to the Senate Agriculture Committee.

In a letter to Stabenow last week, the USDA’s general counsel tried to quell those worries, saying it would include commercially-grown GMO corn, soybeans, sugar and canola crops.

The vast majority of corn, soybeans and sugar crops in the United States are produced from genetically-engineered seeds. The domestic sugar market has been strained by rising demand for non-GMO ingredients like cane sugar.

The United States is the world’s largest market for foods made with genetically altered ingredients. Many popular processed foods are made with soybeans, corn and other biotech crops whose genetic traits have been manipulated, often to make them resistant to insects and pesticides.

“It’s fair to say that it’s not the ideal bill, but it is certainly the bill that can pass, which is the most important right now,” said American Soybean Association’s (ASA) director of policy communications Patrick Delaney.

The association was part of the Coalition for Safe and Affordable Food, which lobbied for what labeling supporters termed the Deny Americans the Right to Know, or DARK Act, that would have made labeling voluntary. It was blocked by the Senate in March.

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http://www.acrx.org -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release of the American Consultants Rx community service project which consist of millions of free discount prescription cards being donated to thousands of not for profits,hospitals,schools,churches,etc. in an effort to assist the uninsured,under insured,and seniors deal with the high cost of prescription drugs.

The American Consultants Rx discount prescription cards are to be given free to anyone in need of help curbing the high cost of prescription drugs.

Due to the rising costs, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescriptions, American Consultants Rx Inc. (ACRX) a.k.a (ACIRX) an Atlanta based company was born in 2004. The ACRX discount prescription card program was created and over 25 million discount prescription cards were donated to over 18k organizations across the country to be distributed to those in need of prescription assistance free of charge since 2004.

The ACRX cards will offer discounts of name brand drugs of up to 40% off and up to 60% off of generic drugs. They also possess no eligibility requirements, no forms to fill out, or expiration date as well .One card will take care of a whole family. Also note that the ACRX cards will come to your organization already pre-activated .The cards are good at over 50k stores from Walgreen, Wal mart, Eckerd”s, Kmart, Kroger, Publix, and many more. Any one can use these cards but ACRX is focusing on those who are uninsured, underinsured, or on Medicare. The ACRX cards are now in Spanish as well.

American Consultants Rx made arrangements online for the ACRX card to be available at http://www.acrxcards.com where it can also be downloaded. This arrangement has been made to allow organizations an avenue to continue assisting their clients in the community until they receive their orders of the ACRX cards. ACRX made it possible for cards to be requested from online for individuals and organizations free of charge. Request for the ACRX cards can also be made by mailing a request to : ACRX, P.O.Box 161336,Atlanta,GA 30321, faxing a written request to 404-305-9539,or calling the office at 404-767-1072. Please include name (if organization please include organization and contact name),mailing address,designate Spanish or English,amount of cards requested,and telephone number.

American Consultants Rx is working diligently to assist as many people and organizations as possible. It should be noted that while many other organizations and companies place a cost on their money saving cards, American Consultants Rx does not believe a cost should be applied, just to assist our fellow Americans. American Consultants Rx states that it will continue to strive to assist those in need.

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The Human Heart
Is Truly Strange
A Mind
All Of Its Own …

One Cannot Seem To
Understand
The Way It Works
Unknown …

Sometimes Our Lives
Will Just Cross Paths
Not Knowing There
And Then …

A Little Something
Taking Hold
An Essence
Felt Within …

A Simple Thing
A Word A Thought
A Joke A View
A Look …

A Thing Both Cared
A Hobby Shared
Most Best of all
A Book !

As Words Unfold
A Human Heart
In Just
A Single Dose …

Where Those Long Gone
Whose Words Remain
Still Make Us Feel
So Close …

With Shared Ideas
With Spoken Truths
With Thoughts
With Views With Ways …

We Find Another
Human Being
Who Lived
Familiar Days …

And Age Is
But A Number
When Two Hearts
Converse Alone …

A Special Bond
Will Just Emerge
And Set
A Unique Tone …

And From That Day
You Realise
Through Struggles
And Through Strife …

There’s Someone Else
Who Shares Your Truths
Another ‘You’
In Life …

For All Of Us
If We Allow
Could Have This Chance
To See …

That In Just
Every Single ‘YOU’
There Lives
A Part Of ‘ME’ …

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8:15 am
07/07/2016

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5 Self-Care Practices Black People Can Use While Coping With Trauma

Trauma in the black community is a constant reality we have to face.

We especially feel it when an unarmed black man is killed by a cop, a black woman dies in police custody or an officer walks free of charges after killing a black child in the park. In America, our skin color is a daily reminder that we, and our loved ones, may not make it to tomorrow.

One of the most recent reminders of this seemingly unescapable fate is Alton Sterling, who was shot several times in the chest and back by Baton Rouge police Tuesday outside of a convenience store where he frequently sold CDs. Before the black community could even fully process Sterling’s death, Philando Castile was gunned down Wednesday after he was pulled over for a busted tail light. Accompanying both tragedies were gruesome videos and images of cops taking their lives ― including Sterling’s bloody corpse plastered on Wednesday’s New York Daily News’ front page cover

Sterling and Castile’s killings weren’t isolated incidents. Black bodies have been at risk long before smart phones were readily available for people to document police brutality. We now live in a country where we’re inundated with horrific news and images that remind us why we have to declare to the world that #BlackLivesMatter.

These graphic images of slain black lives can be triggering if we neglect our mental and emotional limits. This is why black people must take the extra steps to preserve their health, especially in a digital space.

The unfortunate reality is that Sterling and Castile weren’t the first and they won’t be the last to lose their lives to police shootings. But while we fight for them and stand against the despicable cycle of black death at the hands of cops leading to non-indictment, we must take care of ourselves.

Here are five ways you can practice good mental and emotional habits online while coping with race-related trauma.

1. Turn video autoplay off on your social media pages.

You DO NOT have to watch the videos of these killings to stay informed. The autoplay setting on many platforms like Facebook and Twitter make this unavoidable, especially when the videos are shared over and over again on your timeline. Luckily, you can control whether or not you want these videos to automatically play. Tatiana King Jones shared screenshots of the process on Twitter to make the steps easy to follow.  

Simply adjust your settings on Facebook, both online and on the app, by selecting “settings,” click “videos” and switch video autoplay to “off.” After going into your settings, press “data” then “video autoplay” and “Never play videos automatically” will be the last option. On Instagram, just tap the settings icon in the top-right corner of your profile and switch the autoplay option to off. 

2. Follow accounts that inform and nurture you without force feeding you torturous details.

The quickest way to send yourself into an anxious frenzy is looking at a string of triggering posts on your timeline. Make an effort to weed out the accounts who capitalize on black death by posting purposefully “baity” content for the sake of a share or like. Make a list of some of your favorite accounts that inform you in a realistic, productive and ethical manner. A few examples of these accounts are Julia CravenWesley Lowery, Jamil Smith, Yamiche Alcindor, Xavier Burgin, Broderick Greer and Amandla Stenberg. Part of having a healthy social media life in times of crisis should also include nourishing your soul. Balance out the hard facts with social accounts that give meditative and reflective advice. Some accounts to get you started are Alex Elle, Tracy Clayton and Shelah Marie. The poem below from Elle about self-love in times of pain is all too relevant here. Also indulge in a few hashtags that will put a smile on your face like #CarefreeBlackKids2K16 created by Heben Nigatu. 

love yourself entirely. even when it's hard.

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3. Ignore the trolls.

Trolls deserve zero attention. This rings especially true when they use black pain and death to taunt people who speak out against racism. Instead of stressing yourself over irrelevant trolls, realize that they went out of their way to search for your post ― most likely behind a fake account ― and expose their bigotry. It’s usually a fruitless endeavor to explain how racism works to a Twitter account with an egg as an avatar so do yourself a favor and use that block button.

4. Log off.

You shouldn’t feel guilty for unplugging for a few hours ― or days. Sometimes that is the best thing you can do for yourself in the midst of trauma. When you’re inundated with news updates, often times of a disturbing nature, staying informed can seem too heavy duty so You have to balance the bad with the good. Take a walk, write in a journal, watch a movie or do anything productive that makes you happy. You can get lost in the digital madness if you don’t walk away every now and then. Don’t worry, everything will still be there when you get back.

5. Remember offline conversations are just as important as online conversations.

Confide in friends and family about how you’re felling. Vent. Write it down. Talk to yourself. However you communicate your feelings, remember that it doesn’t have to always be online. It’s vital to have people in your life whose shoulder you can cry on and can help you process traumatic events. It’s equally as important to have people who can uplift you and help reaffirm why your livelihood matters. A good support system is key.

These are just a few tips that may help you remain hopeful. Maintaining your overall health is the only way you can continue to fight the good fight and help make a difference. And always remember, in the words of Kendrick Lamar, “we gon’ be alright.”

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Donald Trump’s Racism Actually Makes It Impossible For Him To Get The Working-Class Vote

The American working class is becoming a lot less white, a new analysis reveals — yet more evidence that the racist underpinnings of Donald Trump‘s campaign are not just morally abhorrent but, frankly, illogical.

By 2023 a majority of the working class, defined as employed adults with less than a bachelor’s degree, will be people of color, according to projections based on labor department data that the Economic Policy Institute released Thursday. The change will come faster for younger working people. In just five years, people of color — including Hispanics, Asian- and African-Americans — will make up a majority of working-class adults ages 18-27.

Today, people of color represent about 39 percent of the working class, according to EPI.

In explaining Donald Trump’s rise to political prominence, writers for The New York Times, The Washington Post and other outlets have said that his biggest strand of support comes from angry working-class Americans fed up with an economy that is leaving them behind. Trump promises to bring back lost jobs from overseas and to somehow renegotiate trade deals that disadvantage American workers. 

But the reality TV star’s unabashed use of racism in his campaign is alienating a huge swath of working people and pitting lower-income Americans against each other. 

“Trump is missing a large chunk of working class Americans,” Valerie Wilson, the EPI economist who authored the report, told The Huffington Post. “The strategy he is using is divisive. It makes it difficult for people to see how similar they are in terms of economic interest.”

In other words, Trump’s rhetoric hurts the very group he purports to want to rescue.

A good part of Trump’s appeal is aimed straight at the working class, which has suffered for decades as the underpinnings of the U.S. economy have transformed from the manufacturing to the service sector. Factory jobs have vanished and more and more people with high school and associate degrees are landing at Walmart or other lower-paying service sector jobs.

But Trump is also fueling the despair of the working class by fanning the flames of racial resentment. He has actually called Mexican immigrants rapists and criminals; suggested that a judge’s race or ethnicity prevents him from issuing fair rulings; proposed the U.S., which was founded on the core principle of religious freedom, actually ban an entire religious group from entering the country. He’s also made bizarre comments calling one rally attendee “my African-American.”

The voting data itself casts doubt on how much Trump actually appeals to the working classes. According to primary voting data analyzed by Nate Silver, Trump voters are in a higher income bracket. 

Trump’s working class appeal is really just a white working-class appeal, George Packer writes in the New Yorker.  

But that appeal is straight-up misguided as, increasingly, the interests of the white working class are not really different from the interests of the African-American or Hispanic working class, Wilson’s report notes.

Regardless of race, the working class’ biggest problem right now is wage stagnation. Pay is not going up for them — even as the incomes of the country’s top earners continue to soar.

For policy makers to truly address this rising income inequality, they’ll need to grapple with racial inequality, too.

“The two become more closely linked as this demographic transition gets closer,” Wilson said.

For example, black and Hispanic workers make less money per hour than their white counterparts. If this wage discrimination continues, Wilson said, that could mean yet more downward wage pressure for the working class.

The only real solution would be for the entire group to come together to marshall its political power to change things, Wilson said. 

Wilson points to the success of the Fight for $ 15, the groups organizing for a hike in the minimum wage to $ 15 an hour. “Things are happening.”

Notably, Trump has been wishy-washy on supporting a minimum wage increase — despite saying he wants to improve prospects for working Americans. 

It’s extremely unlikely that, a full year into his campaign, Trump is alienating nearly half of his supposed base simply out of ignorance. Instead, his tactics appear much more sinister and familiar: Pitting working-class Americans against each other, using race, instead of making progress on policies that could actually help them: Raising the minimum wage, creating a nationwide family leave law and offering better child care for working parents. 

“The divisive politics is really a smokescreen to really addressing the issues at hand,” Wilson said. “It plays on people’s biases instead of addressing economic issues head-on.”

Editor’s note: Donald Trump regularly incites political violence and is a serial liarrampant xenophobe, racist, misogynist and birther who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims — 1.6 billion members of an entire religion — from entering the U.S.

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The American Consultants Rx discount prescription cards are to be given free to anyone in need of help curbing the high cost of prescription drugs.

Due to the rising costs, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescriptions, American Consultants Rx Inc. (ACRX) a.k.a (ACIRX) an Atlanta based company was born in 2004. The ACRX discount prescription card program was created and over 25 million discount prescription cards were donated to over 18k organizations across the country to be distributed to those in need of prescription assistance free of charge since 2004.

The ACRX cards will offer discounts of name brand drugs of up to 40% off and up to 60% off of generic drugs. They also possess no eligibility requirements, no forms to fill out, or expiration date as well .One card will take care of a whole family. Also note that the ACRX cards will come to your organization already pre-activated .The cards are good at over 50k stores from Walgreen, Wal mart, Eckerd”s, Kmart, Kroger, Publix, and many more. Any one can use these cards but ACRX is focusing on those who are uninsured, underinsured, or on Medicare. The ACRX cards are now in Spanish as well.

American Consultants Rx made arrangements online for the ACRX card to be available at http://www.acrxcards.com where it can also be downloaded. This arrangement has been made to allow organizations an avenue to continue assisting their clients in the community until they receive their orders of the ACRX cards. ACRX made it possible for cards to be requested from online for individuals and organizations free of charge. Request for the ACRX cards can also be made by mailing a request to : ACRX, P.O.Box 161336,Atlanta,GA 30321, faxing a written request to 404-305-9539,or calling the office at 404-767-1072. Please include name (if organization please include organization and contact name),mailing address,designate Spanish or English,amount of cards requested,and telephone number.

American Consultants Rx is working diligently to assist as many people and organizations as possible. It should be noted that while many other organizations and companies place a cost on their money saving cards, American Consultants Rx does not believe a cost should be applied, just to assist our fellow Americans. American Consultants Rx states that it will continue to strive to assist those in need.

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Ok, let’s just say you’re reading this because you might have attention problems, as they’re sometimes called. Maybe you know someone who does. And maybe sometimes you wonder-if attention problems aren’t just part of the human condition. It’s a good question. In fact, it’s a common belief, in this fast-paced world, that everyone has attention problems.

I see the point: To some degree or other, everyone goes through periods where stress is exponential and focusing is hard.

But this is a whole ‘nother level of stress. People with ADHD live in stress more often, and it’s spills out into life around them. Repeated episodes of emotional distress build into wicked cycles, things fall apart, and havoc is wrecked, again. It’s the fall out of the Emotional Distress Syndrome of ADHD.

Imagine the proverbial snowball rolling downhill — and the snowball picks up all kinds of debris along the way. Branches, trees, small animals, abandoned buildings, other people’s entire lives… Excuse the messy metaphor, but, as you may know, this can be a messy, chaotic way to live.

No doubt, stress is everywhere. But contrary to popular belief, everyone in the world can’t claim to have ADHD. It’s more like 3 to 5 percent of the population, and that’s according to the most conservative of many estimates. The more liberal end of the spectrum says that 10 percent of us have this particular neurological condition.

So is it real, or what?

Spoiler alert: Yes. ADHD is real.

The research, especially in recent years, has made it quite clear that this constellation of symptoms is an inherited, neurological condition. But since I’m not a scientist, and since neuroscientists are probably learning something new about ADHD as I’m writing this, I won’t attempt a detailed explanation of the ADHD brain.

Instead, I’ll draw this picture in very broad strokes.

The brain of a person with ADHD may have a smaller-than-average prefrontal cortex, the part of the brain that regulates planning, evaluating, delaying gratification, focusing, doing more than one thing at a time — all those processes we find so challenging. And the connection between the prefrontal cortex and the dopamine receptors appears not to be as efficient as it could be. (Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that controls the brain’s ability to get motivated and experience pleasure, among other nice things.) So, the “reward circuitry” of a person with ADHD may be interrupted, slowed down, otherwise less efficient.

Perhaps to compensate, the limbic system, the primeval part of the brain that perceives threat and acts on adrenaline-the fight, flight or freeze part-seems to be overactive in the ADHD brain. So the nervous, stressed, caveman-running-from-a-mastodon instinct is overactive. And the part that prioritizes and plans ahead is under-active.

That’s how I understand the science of ADHD.

And here’s my interpretive version: The prefrontal cortex of a person with ADHD cannot rest easily or often in the details of life. Because its reward circuitry is interrupted and/or incomplete, there’s no incentive for it to finish what it starts. Instead, it wanders around in search of something shiny, something to galvanize its attention. When it lights up or engages fully, its efficiency can quickly become obsessive. Adding a column of tax figures would not light it up. Working a wickedly difficult Sudoku puzzle just might.

How Does It Feel to Have ADHD?

As those who have lived with, worked with or fallen in love with someone diagnosed with ADHD know, there’s just something different about ADHD-ers. After two decades of observing myself and others, I’ve gotten a pretty clear picture of how it feels to live life with ADHD.

Different. Weird. Out of sync. People who don’t have ADHD, “regular” people, don’t seem to have trouble doing things that strike us as very, very difficult. That could be because at some point in their early to mid-twenties, their non-ADHD brains underwent a maturing process. So, if they simply focus on remembering a task, it’s likely to not get forgotten! (Can you imagine?)

Non-ADHD wisdom is full of trying harder, sucking it up, going back to the old drawing board, pulling yourself up by the bootstraps. These slogans can be very helpful, I hear. Unless you have ADHD-in which case your bootstraps snapped years ago, and you’re still trying to pull yourself up using that invention you almost-but-not-quite got around to patenting, the thing with the pulleys. If only you could remember where you put those drawings…

If you’re part of the three to five percent, your view of the world is skewed, from just about every vantage point. Organization, follow through, vision, clarity, communication — all just a little out of step with what you experience going on around you. You’re constantly thinking of what’s either behind or ahead of where you are right now, ping-ponging backward and forward in time. The ADHD brain seems to shift gears a few beats early. It has trouble settling down in the present, particularly if the present contains a lot of details. There’s a persistent restlessness, a neurological hum. You can’t always commit — to a conversation, a thought, a relationship. You want to commit, but you also feel compelled to fidget or fiddle or pace, just to keep your mind engaged. Someone asks Are you paying attention? You say of course. You hope you are, anyway.

Untreated, unmanaged ADHD is a quick path to neurological chaos.

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Now imagine that you not only have the inherited, genetic condition known as ADHD, but a few other strikes against you. Say you’re growing up in poverty, or with a weak family system, or in an educational system that doesn’t have time to understand how best to teach you. Or with mental illness or addiction — in your genes and/or your surroundings. Now the constant misplacing of keys or reading glasses, on top of everything else, can start to feel downright unmanageable. And those are just every day, private annoyances, right? Wrong. Unfortunately, your ADHD isn’t just about you. Other people are affected by the actions of your scattered brain. Maybe sometimes you’d like to live alone, in a vacuum, but it’s not possible. The short version is this: ADHD is no joke, and you ignore it at your peril. Untreated, unmanaged ADHD is a quick path to neurological chaos. It can be more than frustrating to go through life this way. The frustration can morph into serious discouragement. The discouragement can grow into a sense that life is a matter of unrelenting struggle.

But having ADHD can also be very stimulating. It can be fun. I mean it. Imagine a stone skipping across the surface of a lake, and now imagine being that stone! You can’t seem to get below the surface of the water, but what you’re doing feels close to flying, and somehow that heightened sensation feels more normal than risky. You may not know how to plan your day, but you do know how to entertain yourself. That’s a rare skill. Give yourself credit.

ADHD adults are constantly looking for stimulation, whether or not they do it consciously. This can drive their loved ones and bosses crazy, or impress them with out-of-the-box thinking or finding answers that others don’t.

Under the right circumstances, being one of the three to five percent can feel special. You’re a rare jewel, blessed with the ability to see the big picture, while others bog down in daily details. But I wouldn’t get too attached to the buzz you get from this particular feeling, as it tends to be fleeting. And more often, living with ADHD is a series of significant challenges.

So the truth is that there are strikes against you, and it does little good to ignore the truth. On the other hand, if that’s the only angle from which you see your ADHD, it will suck the life right out of you. What I’m saying is this: You have a serious responsibility to come to terms with your brain chemistry.

So how do you do that?

Knowledge is power.

It starts with a diagnosis.

And, we’ll talk about that in the next installment.

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Folks Try A Drunk Driving Simulator And It’s A Total Buzz Kill

This should put the brakes on your happy hour-fueled commutes.

In a BuzzFeed video posted on Wednesday, folks try a drunk driving simulator and arrive at the sobering and obvious conclusion that it’s just plain reckless to get behind the wheel after too many cocktails.

Equipped with weights that impede movement and googles and ear mufflers that impair perception, subjects stumbled through a sobriety field test first. Then while wearing just the goggles, they got behind the wheel. Merely avoiding pylons becomes a monumental task.

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“I can’t believe people drive like this,” one subject said.

We can’t either, but it happens far too often. An average of 28 people a day die in car crashes involving a drunk driver, the CDC noted.

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Obama’s Supreme Court Nominee Just Bragged About Sending This Man To Prison. Now He’s Free.

WASHINGTON — When Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland introduced himself to the country in a Rose Garden address in March, he told the story of one of his first assignments as a federal prosecutor. Garland described how, in the late 1980s, he helped prosecute a violent New York gang that moved to the nation’s capitol, where it “took over a public housing project” and “terrorized” the residents.

One key gang member, Richard Smith, was sentenced to life in prison plus 30 years following his conviction in 1989. Smith was supposed to die behind bars. But less than a week after Garland’s White House speech, a federal judge sent the 51-year-old inmate home.

The story of how Smith went from being a federal lifer to walking free is complex — much like the nation’s sentencing laws. Smith was one of the first defendants convicted under the 1988 Anti-Drug Abuse Act, which mandated a life sentence for individuals involved in major drug trafficking rings.

Smith, who was 24 when he was sentenced, was described as a “principal lieutenant” to the ringleader of a drug operation that supplied crack cocaine to dealers who operated out of the Mayfair Mansions housing complex a few miles east of the U.S. Capitol building. He was arrested with a gym bag containing 10 guns — including a firearm that qualified as an automatic weapon, which drastically lengthened his prison term. When he was sentenced, the judge said that he had participated in a kidnapping and shootout, and alleged that he even pointed a gun at a police officer’s chest on one occasion and at an officer’s face on another occasion. 

Smith faced 23 counts, ranging from use of juveniles in drug trafficking to distribution of more than 50 grams of cocaine base. He was originally convicted on seven counts. Add in a substantial criminal history, and Smith was sentenced to a life term plus additional years. Later appeals and court rulings, including one from a panel that included the future Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, vacated some of those convictions, including the enhanced sentence for the machine gun charge.

In 2008, Smith, then being held in a federal prison in Florida, successfully argued for a reduction in his prison term based on new sentencing guidelines for crack cocaine. Even with those reductions, his total sentence was still 33 years, which at that point would have meant he had several more years left behind bars. 

In 2014, the U.S. Sentencing Commission approved a measure allowing federal prisoners to ask the court to retroactively reduce their sentence under a restructuring of the mandatory drug sentencing laws. More than 26,000 federal inmates have had their prison terms reduced as a result of this change, according to the commission’s data.

Smith’s lawyers reached an agreement with the federal government to avoid further litigation over his sentence, which shaved three more years off his time. With credit for not having any infractions while behind bars, he could be released immediately.

Smith was discharged on March 22 of this year, just days after Garland mentioned the case at the White House. 

Smith was initially supposed to go to a halfway house for six months. But because his mother needed help taking care of his disabled brother, he was allowed to head straight home — a situation that a prosecutor acknowledged was unusual.

“This was the first guy who was virtually immediately released,” said Assistant U.S. Attorney Barry Wiegand, who is handling sentencing reductions for hundreds of individuals who were sentenced in federal court in the District of Columbia. “At first I wanted a halfway house, because it’s hard for someone to serve years in the pen and then be dropped back on the street. When I came to learn that his mama needed help and he would care for her, I dropped the request.”

Part of the reason the government agreed to the reduced sentencing, Smith’s lawyer Patricia Daus said, was that “people who may have done things in their 20s can mature.”

At the hearing in which he was granted early release, U.S. District Judge Ellen Segal Huvelle noted that Smith had been locked up “for a long time” and said it’s not easy for prisoners to re-enter society. “I assume you will do fine, but I will be very disappointed if otherwise,” she said.

One of his first priorities will be securing a job, Smith said in an interview after his release. He’s spending time with his daughter and three grandchildren, and helping his mother and brother at their home in the Bronx, where he last set foot in 1988. He’s getting used to everything that changed while he was behind bars — he said his “mind is blown” by smartphones. “When I went in, we just had those big Macintosh computers. Now the screen is smaller … harder for me to see, really,” he said. 

His mother, Lois Smith, said she was shocked to learn that the man who helped send her son away for life had been nominated to the highest court in the land.

“At the time, the government took them and made an example out of them. They got a lot of things wrong. He killed nobody. The time he did is outrageous,” she said. “They’ve had him for half of his life, and I just would like to have him for the rest of my life.”

I’m not mad at him though. It was the guidelines, not him.
Richard Smith speaking about Merrick Garland’s role in his life

President Barack Obama nominated Garland on March 16 to fill the vacancy created by Justice Antonin Scalia’s death. Garland, who currently serves as the chief judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, is seen as a centrist candidate with at least some shot at breaking down Republicans’ resistance to holding a vote or even a hearing on Obama’s choice. Polls show that a majority of Americans believe that the Senate should move forward with Garland’s nomination process — although most don’t know who he is or have an opinion about him.

Some critics have said that as a judge, Garland has sided too often with law enforcement, perhaps because of his time spent as a federal prosecutor. One prominent legal writer argued that Garland is “to the right of Scalia on criminal justice.” He has rarely voted to overturn a criminal conviction and often gives prosecutors and police the benefit of the doubt.

As Smith’s own journey illustrates, there has been a shift in the nation’s thinking about the type of harsh sentencing laws that were used against him nearly three decades ago. Congress has been considering reducing the length of certain mandatory minimum sentences for federal drug crimes, amidst increasing recognition that the sentence’s length is not as much of a deterrent as its certainty, as well as the fact that older individuals are much less likely to commit crimes. 

Smith said he does not hold a grudge against Garland.

“I’m not mad at him though. It was the guidelines, not him,” Smith said. “It wasn’t about the conviction. It was about moving along with the guidelines and the war on drugs.”

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We all know that grandmas are proud people, and mostly what they are proud of are their sons and daughters and grandkids — even if they don’t get to see them as often as they would like.

Enbridge Gas Company in Canada arranged a Mother’s Day surprise for a group of grandmas who live in an assisted care facility in Moncton, Canada. The women were told they were being videoed for a documentary about motherhood. We don’t want to spoil it for you, but just have a box of tissues handy before you hit play. 

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Concussions Can Hurt Your Sleep Far Longer Than Experts Thought

Doctors have long known that sleep trouble is common in the first few months after a concussion or other traumatic brain injury. But a study published last week in the journal Neurology found that problems with sleeping can actually last a lot longer and might even be permanent.

Eighteen months later, people who have had a traumatic brain injury may need up to an hour more of sleep per night compared with healthy individuals, according to the new study. Moreover, those who had suffered a brain injury significantly underestimated their own daytime sleepiness and sleep needs, study co-author Lucas Imbach told The Huffington Post.

“Despite the fact that sleep lab examinations revealed marked sleepiness and increased sleep need, [patients who’d had traumatic brain injuries] did not feel any more sleepy than healthy people,” said Imbach, a senior physician in the Clinical Research Priority Program on Sleep and Health in the Department of Neurology at Switzerland’s University Hospital Zurich.

Previous work by Imbach and his colleagues showed that sleep problems could last as long as six months after brain injury, but these are the first data that compared patients’ sleep a year and a half down the road with sleep patterns in healthy individuals. 

Two-thirds of patients still had excessive daytime sleepiness.

The researchers followed up with 31 patients 18 months after they had suffered a traumatic brain injury and asked them about any changes in their sleep habits, levels of daytime sleepiness and fatigue. The patients also wore actigraphs (wristwatch-like bands that measure sleep) for two weeks, which tracked how long it took them to fall asleep at night and how long they slept overall. And they spent one night in a sleep lab so that researchers could more fully observe them.

The researchers followed up with 31 patients 18 months after they had suffered a traumatic brain injury 

For comparison purposes, 42 healthy individuals with no history of traumatic brain injury or sleep disorders were asked the same questions and had the same sleep assessments taken.

Data from the actigraphs revealed that the individuals who’d had brain injuries slept an average of 8.1 hours every day, while the healthy individuals slept an average of 7.1 hours.

To objectively determine daytime sleepiness, researchers used what is called a multiple sleep latency test, which measures if and how long individuals take to fall asleep in a quiet environment with their eyes closed.

“Individuals should be able to stay awake for 20 minutes,” Imbach said. A person who drops off in eight minutes or less is categorized as having excessive daytime sleepiness — which was the case for 67 percent of the patients with brain injuries compared to only 19 percent of the healthy individuals.

Patients critically underestimated their own sleep problems.

Yet when asked to self-assess, the healthy and the injured groups gave similar answers to questions about how long they slept, how sleepy they felt throughout the day and how fatigued they felt throughout the day.

It was that last finding that really caught the eye of Chris Giza, director of the UCLA Steve Tisch BrainSport Program, who was not involved with the study. “One thing that is a little surprising,” he said, “is that the objective measures of disrupted sleep showed differences after [traumatic brain injury], but the subjects themselves underestimated their sleep disturbances.”

Patients do typically get screened for sleep trouble after brain injury — but probably not systematically or often enough.
Chris Giza of the UCLA Steve Tisch BrainSport Program

He noted that patients “do typically get screened for sleep trouble after brain injury — but probably not systematically or often enough.” Plus, most checklists only ask about a few sleep-related symptoms and the new findings suggest that patients might be underestimating their actual post-injury sleep troubles anyway, he said, which could mean that a lot of problems go unnoticed.

What is concerning is that poor sleep can contribute to many other impairments related to brain injury, Giza added. “Attention, cognition and mood can all be adversely affected by inadequate sleep.”

Because the Swiss study was relatively small, he said, it’s too early to make sweeping generalizations for the larger population. “But it warrants careful consideration in practice,” Giza said.

Sleep trouble did not depend on the severity of brain injury.

The study’s findings of persistent sleep trouble were consistent across patients with mild and severe brain injuries — a result that leads to more questions.

It might mean that these types of injuries, regardless of severity, actually cause damage to a part of the brain that helps control sleep, Imbach explained. But that’s just a theory, and he said the current study was “not designed to unravel the underlying mechanism of post-traumatic sleep-wake disturbances.”

More research is needed, he said, to understand what is happening in the traumatized brain that causes these sleep problems and whether that damage is truly permanent.

Sarah DiGiulio is The Huffington Post’s sleep reporter. You can contact her at sarah.digiulio@huffingtonpost.com.

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HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Huffington Post includes an editor’s note on all stories related to Donald Trump.

It says Trump “regularly incites political violence and is a serial liarrampant xenophoberacistmisogynist and birther who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims — 1.6 billion members of an entire religion — from entering the U.S.”

The key charges are all linked to stories that detail many examples.

Yet millions of Americans have voted for Trump, and many millions more intend to do the same.

Aren’t those people bothered by Trump’s expressed opinions? Do they really want a racist, woman-shaming, xenophobic purveyor of political violence to be their commander in chief? Why do they like this guy?

Or are liberals (and three-quarters of women in the country) just wrong-headed, misguided and deceived by the media and their own lying eyes and ears?

HuffPost ventured out to a recent Trump rally in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, to ask them, and the answers turned out to be more complicated, more illuminating and perhaps more disturbing than either Trump haters or his supporters themselves would likely admit.

Yes, the anger, hate and fear is all there. But it’s far from universal. In fact, Trump boosters expressed a broad variety of opinions about some of Trump’s more eyebrow-raising comments, with some in the long line outside of the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex explicitly denouncing some of the oddly complected magnate’s statements.

“Any time you use the word ‘all,’ that’s a very wrong statement,” said Zach Tidmore, of Annville, Pennsylvania, when asked about Trump’s statements about Mexican immigrants and his desire to ban Muslims from the country. “You can’t use language like that. He should really change his wording around to a maybe small percentage, to put it in reality more than some of the stuff he has said. Some of the stuff he has said is very bad.”

Many other Trump backers basically agreed with Trump, but also thought he should be a little more nuanced.

“I’m not sure about that phrase — banning all Muslims. They’re not all bad,” said Raymond Wilt, of Hanover, Pennsylvania. “Go through the legal system. Let’s see if they are legally, honest Muslims.”

Others sounded just as adamant and inflammatory as Trump, denouncing the same groups as he does, and accusing them of undermining America.

“He don’t want the Muslims here, that’s fine with me. They kill our people. I don’t want them here either. I’m an American, I have a family, I don’t want them here. Let them stay in their own countries,” said Bob Getchey, of Shamokin, Pennsylvania, who was equally adamant about Mexican immigrants.

He agreed with the substance of Trump’s positions in just about every case, but he felt Trump’s reported words said less about Trump’s views, and more about the press.

“I don’t think he hates women at all. I think the media causes all that,” Getchey said. “He gets the best-looking women. I don’t see how they hate him.”

Part of supporters’ embrace of Trump seems to come from an inability or unwillingness to hear the intent of critics with whom they disagree, especially the Black Lives Matter activists who are routinely escorted from Trump rallies. Trump acolytes simply don’t hear a plea to address historic and ongoing inequality and brutality affecting African Americans; they hear an assault against their own lives.

Jeffrey Wright, of Souderton, Pennsylvania, understood that he would probably be called a racist if he launched a White Lives Matter movement, but he didn’t really see why the same should not be said of Black Lives Matter. His answer to the idea that Black Lives Matter activists were not interested in tearing down white Americans but in alleviating injustices, was to accuse them of using inflammatory methods.

“Well, then they need to be educated in a proper way of how to say that, so that they don’t incite riots and violence and hatred and killing police and attacking police, which is what they do,” Wright said.

Like Wright, other Trump backers saw racism as a bad thing, but didn’t see it in their own actions or Trump’s.

Chris Burns, of Warrington, Pennsylvania, allowed that black Americans were not wrong to feel the way they do, but still agreed with Trump’s most common answer to the protesters — albeit Burns offered it with a much kinder, more understanding tone.

“All lives do matter. Black lives matter, white lives matter. I think people matter,” said Burns, who was wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with “We The People Matter.” “That’s what makes our country great — that we live in a diverse, amazing country.”

Much of the commentary on why Trump is succeeding focuses on his pull with white, lower-income voters in states like Pennsylvania and Indiana, where manufacturing jobs have been vanishing and wages have been stagnating for decades.

Such people are especially primed to respond to demagogic appeals such as those of Trump, the reasoning goes, as they’ve been egged on for decades by the GOP.

Indeed, Getchey grew increasingly fervent in praising Trump and blaming outsiders as he described what’s happened in his community of Shamokin, in central Pennsylvania’s fading coal region.

“There are so many people without jobs where I come from. The coal is done. We only have one factory in a town of 19,000 people. We’re dying a slow death,” Getchey said. “For 20 years, the politicians didn’t do nothing to save our community. And we’re dying. He’s our only hope. If he can’t do it, America’s done.”

Yet the other people in line appeared to come from all walks of life, and many had much more positive outlooks on life. Raymond Wilt said he’d recently returned from Orlando, Florida, where he has a second home. Burns said he’d been homeless a decade ago, but felt he was doing well managing a restaurant.

Tidmore, a 21-year-old college student who was one of the few not wearing one of Trump’s “Make America Great” old-man golfer caps, was unreserved in his zeal for the nation.

“I think America is a very great country. I’m happy to be a citizen here. I really like living here. I would not want to live in another nation on earth besides America,” he said.

There were a couple of common themes to emerge from all the people HuffPost interviewed.

Almost universally, they were tired of what they saw as dishonesty coming from politicians on both sides of the aisle.

“We need an outsider. We need somebody who’s going to get in there and not have all the obligations to the special interests,” said Tracey Knocht, of Carlisle. “We need somebody who’s going to be for what the people want.”

“I want someone who’s here for the country, and not for themselves or their own political party,” Ben Hauer, of Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania, who would have preferred Rand Paul if the Kentucky senator were still in the race. “I like Trump because he’s not in the pocket of lobbyists.”

They are fundamentally tired of politicians who talk endlessly but can’t seem to cut cleanly through all the problems the country faces, and perhaps the most striking commonality among the Trump faithful is a belief that the billionaire would be a strong leader who could.

“Trump is an inspiration. He doesn’t take any crap from anyone,” said Zach Hurd, of East Berlin, Pennsylvania, a 21-year-old who wore American-flag-painted glasses but was at a loss to explain how his life was suffering. Nevertheless, he was responding to the strongman appeal of Trump. “A country’s leader is what defines people’s respect worldwide.”

“I really feel he can make America proud and strong, so we can proudly say we’re proud to be an American, born in the USA, and feel that sense of patriotism, sense of pride and sense of being a real American,” said Adam Richter, 75, of Waynesboro, Pennsylvania.

According to a recent analysis by political consultant Matthew MacWilliams, a leaning toward authoritarian personality traits is the greatest single predictor of support for Trump. And while such sentiments are more prevalent among Republicans, enough Democrats and independents exist who express authoritarian views that there’s a path to victory for Trump, or someone like him, in a general election, despite what polls say at this stage.

Perhaps what liberals should be most concerned about is not the comments that Trump voters make about race, foreigners and women, but the underlying reasons why they still like him, even when they think the liberals might be right.

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Where Do Our Mental Maps Lead Us Astray?

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This article first appeared on the blog of Intentional Insights, a nonprofit organization that empowers people to refine and reach their goals by providing research-based content to help improve thinking, feeling, and behavior patterns.

So imagine you are driving on autopilot, as we all do much of the time. Suddenly the car in front of you cuts you off quite unexpectedly. You slam your brakes and feel scared and indignant. Maybe you flash your lights or honk your horn at the other car. What’s your gut feeling about the other driver? I know my first reaction is that the driver is rude and obnoxious.

Now imagine a different situation. You’re driving on autopilot, minding your own business, and you suddenly realize you need to turn right at the next intersection. You quickly switch lanes and suddenly hear someone behind you honking their horn. You now realize that there was someone in your blind spot and you forgot to check it in the rush to switch lanes. So you cut them off pretty badly. Do you feel that you are a rude driver? The vast majority of us do not. After all, we did not deliberately cut that car off, we just failed to see the driver. Or let’s imagine another situation: say your friend hurt herself and you are rushing her to the emergency room. You are driving aggressively, cutting in front of others. Are you a rude driver? Not generally. You’re merely doing the right thing for the situation.

So why do we give ourselves a pass, while attributing an obnoxious status to others? Why does our gut always make us out to be the good guys, and other people bad guys? Clearly, there is a disconnect between our gut reaction and reality here. It turns out that this pattern is not a coincidence. Basically, our immediate gut reaction attributes the behavior of others to their personality and not to the situation in which the behavior occurs. The scientific name for this type of error in thinking and feeling is called the fundamental attribution error, also called the correspondence bias. So if we see someone behaving rudely, we immediately and intuitively feel that this person IS rude. We don’t automatically stop to consider whether an unusual situation may cause someone to act this way. With the driver example, maybe the person who cut you off did not see you. Or maybe they were driving their friend to the emergency room. But that’s not what our automatic reaction tells us. On the other hand, we attribute our own behavior to the situation, and not our personality. Much of the time, we feel like we have valid explanations for our actions.

Learning about the fundamental attribution error helped me quite a bit. I became less judgmental about others. I realized that the people around me were not nearly as bad as my gut feelings immediately and intuitively assumed. This decreased my stress levels, and I gained more peace and calm. Moreover, I realized that my intuitive self-evaluation is excessively positive and that in reality I am not quite the good guy as my gut reaction tells me. Additionally, I realized that those around me who are unaware of this thinking and feeling error, are more judgmental of me than my intuition suggested. So I am striving to be more mindful and thoughtful about the impression I make on others.

The fundamental attribution error is one of many problems in our natural thinking and feeling patterns. It is certainly very helpful to learn about all of these errors, but it’s hard to focus on avoiding all of them in our daily life. A more effective strategy for evaluating reality more intentionally to have more clarity and thus gain greater agency is known as “map and territory.” This strategy involves recognizing the difference between the mental map of the world that we have in our heads and the reality of the actual world as it exists – the territory.

For myself, internalizing this concept has not been easy. It’s been painful to realize that my understanding of the world is by definition never perfect, as my map will never match the territory. At the same time, this realization was strangely freeing. It made me recognize that no one is perfect, and that I do not have to strive for perfection in my view of the world. Instead, what would most benefit me is to try to refine my map to make it more accurate. This more intentional approach made me more willing to admit to myself that though I intuitively and emotionally feel something is right, I may be mistaken. At the same time, the concept of map and territory makes me really optimistic, because it provides a constant opportunity to learn and improve my assessment of the situation. Others to whom I taught this concept in videotaped workshops for Intentional Insights also benefitted from learning about both the fundamental attribution error and the idea of map and territory. One workshop participant wrote in an anonymous feedback form: “with relation to the fundamental attribution error, it can give me a chance to keep a more open mind. Which will help me to relate to others more, and view a different view of the “map” in my head.”

Questions to consider:

  • What do you think of the concept of map and territory?
  • How can it be used to address the fundamental attribution error?
  • Where can the notion of map and territory help you in your life?
  • What challenges might arise in applying this concept, and how can these challenges be addressed?
  • What plan can you make and what specific steps can you take to internalize these strategies?

Bio: Dr. Gleb Tsipursky runs a nonprofit that helps you reach your goals using science to build an altruistic and flourishing world, Intentional Insights, authored Find Your Purpose Using Science among other books, and regular contributes to prominent venues; and is a tenure-track professor at Ohio State. Consider signing up to the Intentional Insights newsletter; volunteering; donating; buying merchandise; and/or support him personally on Patreon. Get in touch with him at gleb@intentionalinsights.org.

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How to Get Out of a Funk in Three Simple Steps

Lately I’ve been bogged down with work. A good thing, because I love my work! And at the same time I get a little bummed because I’m spending less quality time with my little daughter. I never thought I would miss changing a diaper, but I actually went an entire day without changing Evi’s diaper because I didn’t see her much that day. I felt a little sad and disconnected.

But before I ask you to break out the tiny violins for me…

Change is a part of growing, and growing is what I’m doing. I’m experiencing growing pains and my tendency is to fall into a funk when dealing with significant progress. This is my brain’s way of keeping me safe and in the same place without adjustments because adjustments are uncomfortable and scary.

Knowing this, I’m able to recognize my low period, identify the cause and then handle the differences in a way that works for me. So one of the things I have to do is pull myself out so I don’t get stuck. Here are my three go-to steps to reverse the mood so I can feel better and move forward:

1. Choose happiness & recognize gratitude. Or in other words – be proactively optimistic! This means aggressively choosing positive thoughts and outlooks. It’s about finding the silver lining in experiences know matter what, and believing that every occurrence has something to offer. Look for things to be happy about.

Fortunately I did my gratitude journal years ago and the payoff is that gratitude pops up as a default for me several times a day. During times when I feel low, I open up my consciousness to the random gratitude that presents itself. I spend a little more time with those thoughts and try to feel it fully before I let it go. This step has proven to be very helpful in lifting my mood immediately. (If you haven’t done the Gratitude Journal, start today)!

2. Deal with the fear. For me, it’s fear that I’m dealing with nine times out of ten. While being optimistic is a quick bandage to stay afloat and out of a depression, the next step is to deal with the actual feeling that’s going on. It could be fear, anger, sadness or other lousy feelings. I like to get to the root of what’s going on, get it into perspective and resolve it as best as possible.

3. Look to the future. As they say: this too shall pass. A low mood will not last forever. I like to visualize where I’ll be when I climb out of the other side of my min-depression. What will change? What will be better? What will I look like, behave like, sound like? Envisioning a better ‘me’ gives me hope for what lies beyond the funk and confidence to know that I will be ok.

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Life With an Aging Dog

My Boston Terrier, Ma’amie, is 14.5 years old. If you know about dogs, then you know that this is actually quite old for a Boston Terrier. Up until a year ago, it was difficult to guess her age. Yes, she went prematurely grey, but she’s been an athlete her whole life, and her passion for the tennis ball fueled her energy.

About a year ago, her eyesight started to deteriorate. Her arthritis flared up. We started her on medicine for incontinence issues. We changed her diet to stave off the renal failure that showed up in her blood work. Suddenly, my good girl, my athlete, was old.

And it sucked.

But it’s inevitable. I’ve been mentally preparing for this inevitability for many years. Too many years. It’s a thing called anticipatory grief, and I was relieved to discover I am not the only one who has experienced it. When I get in a funk, when I sink into nostalgia thinking about the bygone days of chasing tennis balls into the ocean, I have to remind myself that she is not wasting any time reminiscing about the old days. She isn’t depressed over old memories. She’s okay spending her days getting scratched, getting her ears rubbed, and going on walks with her family. And though she has some rough days, so far they are few and far between.

So we are lucky, blessed that she is doing okay at 14.5. For so many years I’ve been mentally and emotionally preparing for my dog’s demise. I’ve shed tears, expressed my fears, and I’ve persevered, knowing that life does not exist without death.

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What I did not prepare for, what has blindsided me in these past few months, is her transition into senility. This possibility did not occur to me, so I’ve been caught off guard. Sometimes her senility is amusing; we watch her get up and go into the other room and then she forgets why she got up in the first place. We call her name from five feet away and she stares at the wall. It’s silly, and we chuckle and go to her and shower love. Other times it is far from amusing, when I realize that the connection we’ve shared for 14.5 years is slowly being frayed, chewed apart by the senility monster who has no qualms with destroying our heart line. In the past, Ma’amie found a way to lock eyes with me across any room or space. If we were in a giant dog park, somehow we would make contact across the field. She had a way of checking in with me, of always acknowledging that she knew where I was, and that she knew that I knew where she was, and the acknowledgement comforted us both.

Now, my eyes will seek hers and find nothing. I will look at her across the hall and be unable to tell if she even notices my presence. This doesn’t happen all the time, but it happens enough for it to hurt. I know part of it has to do with her deteriorating eyesight, but most of it has to do with her deteriorating brain. That connection that I’ve cherished for 14 years is no longer at the forefront of her mind. Before, when I would be upset, she would hover and invade my personal space in an attempt to assuage my pain. Somehow she always knew when I was sad, and she felt it her duty to cheer me up or to at least make sure I was okay. I don’t know that she has that same empathy now.

All of my anticipatory grief did not prepare me for this severed connection. Let me re-phrase, because it isn’t severed yet, though I know it will be soon. Right now it is fraying, splitting, coming apart fast on some days and holding steady on others. And it is heartbreaking. Life with an aging dog will break your heart. I am so grateful for the years I’ve spent with the Good Girl, and I will cherish this last year with her, even though it has been difficult. I can repay her for all of those years she looked after me.

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5 Tips to Feel Up on Down Days

Let’s face it–some days are better than others.

Our very bad day might be due to our health, our work, or even the weather, but having a difficult day is still a fact. And how we respond to those down days is extremely important.

In the past, I remember thinking that when I felt down or under the weather, there was something wrong with me. I was under the mistaken impression that I needed to feel good all the time. It felt as though that expectation created a lot of pressure in my life–until I realized that nobody could expect to be blissfully happy every day.

So I started paying attention to those down times and noticed that each time I came out of a lull, I ended up with a clearer vision and a new zest for life that I didn’t have before. Having the occasional down day turned out to be okay–it served a purpose.

The lows of life are as important as the highs. They are times of reflection, gathering information, comparing and contrasting thoughts and feelings, and refreshing our perspective. Think of it like sleeping. When you sleep, your body restores and heals itself. When you wake, you usually feel refreshed and renewed.

Having a down day? Here are some tips to help lift your spirits:

1. Listen to good music. Playwright William Congreve wrote in The Mourning Bride, “Musick has charms to soothe a savage breast,” (often misquoted as, “Music has charms to soothe the savage beast,”) and rightfully so. The calming and healing powers of music have been documented throughout the centuries.

2. Connect with someone. Go out for lunch or coffee; pick up the phone, chat, IM, text–whatever you like–just connect with a friend or family member. Sometimes just talking to someone can lift your mood, even if it’s only for a few minutes.

3. Read a book or watch a movie. Pick up a new book or re-read a favorite; leaf through one of those magazines stacked on your coffee table; or surf Netflix and find a good movie. Healthy distractions can bring quick relief on those challenging days.

4. Walk in nature. Go outside and take a nice long walk. Besides the exercise and fresh air for your body, walking can also be restorative for the mind. Allow your troubles to take a break and just enjoy moving and breathing.

5. Focus on what you have. Gratitude always brings relief, and giving thanks for what we already have is something we can do at any time, anywhere. Things could always be worse.

Life isn’t about being perfect; life is about being present. Embrace the down times. Embrace the days we don’t feel so great, for in those days, we are internally realigning ourselves with what we really want. And when we start moving back into alignment, better balance is near.

Read more tips about keeping a positive perspective in 21 Days to Better Balance, or one of Michael’s other books at michaelsunnarborg.com/books

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How Smart Is Your Baby?: Develop and Nurture Your Newborn's Full Potential

How Smart Is Your Baby?: Develop and Nurture Your Newborn's Full Potential


The first months after birth are vital to the long-term well-being of a child. Yet parents do not have the information they need to make their baby''s life as stimulating as it should be. How Smart Is Your Baby? provides parents with all the information required to help their baby achieve full potential. The authors first explain infant growth, and then guide parents in creating a home environment that enhances brain development. A developmental profile allows parents to track their child''s progress, determine strengths, and recognize where additional stimulation is needed.
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From Ace To Zowie: The Ultimate Guide To Hip Baby Names

From Ace To Zowie: The Ultimate Guide To Hip Baby Names


Don’t let your kid miss out on a cool name! Do you live in the inner city and own a fixed-gear bicycle Do you have a passion for all things bespoke and esoteric Have you ever thought taxidermy might make a suitably ironic yet intriguing hobby Are you currently in the throes of an epic craving for vegan cookies Most importantly, are you expecting a babyHaving a child with a boring old family name isn’t enough these days—John and Jane just don’t cut it. How can you possibly keep up with your hipster neighbors For girls, why not go with Anaïs, Enid, Beatrix, Beryl, Scout, or Ethel, or Arlo, Atticus, Axl, Lennon, or Bear for a boy From historical figures and Greek mythology to literary references and pop-culture icons, From Ace to Zowie has handpicked the 322 names that will become the trendiest monikers on the playground in the years ahead.
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Jarrow Yum-Yum Dophilus Kids & Adults Sugar Free Chew 120Tabs

Jarrow Yum-Yum Dophilus Kids & Adults Sugar Free Chew 120Tabs


Description: Yum-Yum Dophilus Kids & Adults Sugar Free Chew 120Tabs.— Jarrow Formulas Yum-Yum Dophilus provides 4 strains of potent beneficial bacteria in a yummy chewable tablet. Beneficial intestinal flora can be depleted by a diet that is low in fiber, high in meat and sugar, by medication taken for illness and infections, by travel and by stress, etc. The result is the disruption of the normal intestinal microflora, which can affect digestion and well being.–Value Size–For Kids and Adults!–Sugar Free!–4 Probiotic Strains–For Intestinal and Immune Health–120 Chewable Tablets in Blister Packaging–Natural Raspberry Flavor!–Probiotic SupplementThe friendly bacteria in Yum-Yum Dophilus favorable balance the microorganisms in the intestines, support immune function and promote health. Xylitol is used to enhance the taste and promote dental health. Each table it individually blister packed for enhanced stability and convenience. Supplement Facts: Serving Size: 2 Chewable Tablets Servings Per Container: 60 Amount Per 2 Tablets %DV –Probiotic Bacteria–L. acidophilus LA-14–B. bifidum BB-02–L. plantarum LP-115 –B. lactis BL-04 1 billion * –Insulin-FOS (FructoOligoSaccharides) 100 mg * *Daily Value not established. Other Ingredients: Xylitol, beet juice powder, natural raspberry flavor, citric acid, magnesium stearate (vegetable source), MogroPure (lo han fruit extract, momordica grosvenorii), silicon dioxide, cellulose, and stearic acid (vegetable source). Contains: Soy (in trace amounts). Contains No: Wheat, no gluten, no dairy, no egg, no fish/shellfish, no peanuts/tree nuts. Sugar-Free. No artificial sweetener, flavor or color. Directions: Directions: Chew 2 tablets 30 minutes after a meal or on an empty stomach followed by 1/2 glass of water 20 minutes before eating. Recommended for children age 2 and above taken under the supervision of a parent or caregiver. May take up to 4 tablets a day, or as directed by your qualified health care consultant. Warnings: Keep out of the reach of children. Keep product refrigerated. ** This product is highly perishable, and is kept refrigerated to ensure its maximum freshness.
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Diet and Human Immune Function

Diet and Human Immune Function


Leading international researchers and clinicians comprehensively review in detail what is known about the ability of diet to enhance human immune function in health, disease, and under various condition of stress. The authors offer state-of-the-art critical appraisals of the influences on the human immune system of several important vitamins and minerals both singly and in combination. The authors also examine how nutrition modulates immune function in various disease states and under three forms of stress-vigorous exercise, military conditions, and air pollution. A much-needed overview of the nutritional consequences of drug-disease interactions provides recommendations for potential nutritional interventions that could increase drug efficacy and/or reduce adverse side effects. Conclusions and Take Home Messages at the end of each chapter give physicians clinical instructions about special diets and dietary components for many immune-related disease states.
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11inch Wooden Artist Manikin Male Left Hand Art Class Mannequin

11inch Wooden Artist Manikin Male Left Hand Art Class Mannequin


This is 11inch Wooden Artist Manikin Male Left Hand Art Class Mannequin. Tmart.com store provides apple accessories, electronics, tablet PCs, cool gadgets, cell phones, LED flashlight, car accessories, phones accessories, toys, health and beauty supplies, computer accessories, video games accessories, holiday gifts and security camera.
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Eastwind Gifts 35624 French Bath & Body Gift Bag

Eastwind Gifts 35624 French Bath & Body Gift Bag

Glamour Gal bath and body gift bag. Glamorous polka dot gift bag includes Glamour Gal shower gel 130 ml. bath crystal 250 g. body lotion 130 ml. and pink bath sponge. Rose violet lavender and musk essence. 9 x 2 x 12 1/2 in. high.

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Amadeus Vienna Bronze 12-Light Chandelier with Italian Drops

Amadeus Vienna Bronze 12-Light Chandelier with Italian Drops


– Corbett Lighting’s superb craftsmanship and revered aesthetic principles create light fixtures that ultimately define the sophisticated rooms they grace. From bias cut crystals to delicate handmade Japanese paper, Corbett Lighting uses only the most stylized and unique materials. Corbett Lighting’s tenacious manufacturing standards and commitment to superior design consistently produce breathtaking and singular pieces, making Corbett Lighting the leader in high-quality lighting. – Bulbs are not included
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Diesel Black Zipper S-zeus Hoodie

Diesel Black Zipper S-zeus Hoodie


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Obama Takes Supreme Court Fight To Republican Senators’ Home Turf

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama on Monday took the political battle over his pick for a vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court to the home states of seven Republican senators up for re-election in November.

Obama conducted interviews with local television anchors where he argued that Republican senators should hold confirmation hearings and vote on his nomination of appellate Judge Merrick Garland to the top court.

“What my argument is: Let the American people see Judge Garland, let him answer questions, let them hear his responses,” the Democratic president told WDAF-TV FOX 4 in Kansas City, Missouri, a market that straddles states where Senators Roy Blunt of Missouri and Jerry Moran of Kansas are up for re-election.

Republican leaders have been resolute that Obama’s successor, who will be elected on Nov. 8 and take office on Jan. 20, should fill the vacancy left by February’s death of conservative Justice Antonin Scalia. Republicans are hoping their party’s candidate wins the presidency and can make the appointment.

The court is now split 4-4 between conservatives and liberals, meaning Scalia’s successor could influence its ideological direction for years to come.

Obama has argued the Senate has a responsibility to formally consider Garland’s nomination, telling ABC affiliate WMUR in Manchester, New Hampshire, that the judge was “maybe the most qualified nominee that we’ve seen before the Senate for a Supreme Court seat.”

New Hampshire’s Kelly Ayotte is viewed as one of the most vulnerable Senate Republican incumbents. She met with Garland but wants the Senate to wait until after the election to act on the nomination.

“I know that folks like Senator Ayotte met with him and the fact that they’re not calling a hearing or vote means they’re not doing their job,” Obama said in the interview.

In a separate interview with WMUR, Ayotte defended her position.

“In my view waiting for the election, we are in the midst of a presidential nomination process, to have the people weigh in the election in November is important considering we have a 4-4 court,” she said.

Obama also talked with a television anchor from Iowa, home to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, who has helped lead efforts to block Garland.

The president spoke as well with anchors from Ohio, where Senator Rob Portman faces a competitive re-election race; Wisconsin, where Senator Ron Johnson is running again; and Phoenix, home to Senator John McCain of Arizona.

(Additional reporting by Mohammad Zargham, Eric Walsh, David Alexander and Tim Ahmann; Editing by Peter Cooney,)

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Angry Woman In Walmart Throws A Fit Over Man Using Food Stamps

Video posted on YouTube shows a woman at a Walmart store loudly berating a man who was paying for his groceries with food stamps. 

As a child sits in the man’s shopping cart looking on, the woman complains about how she is paying for his food with her tax money.  

NOTE: The description below, and video above, contains strong language. 

“You know, I put in 50-60 hour weeks… trying to provide for my family,” the man says, although some of his words are unclear.

“You’re not providing for it, I am,” the woman snaps back. “The government is.”

“You’re not,” the man says.

“They take it out of my check,” the woman says. “Bullshit they don’t.”

The man suggests she complain to her lawmaker or vote Republican. 

“Oh, trust me, I am not a bleeding heart fucking liberal,” the woman answers.

The rest of the clip contains a similar back-and-forth, punctuated with expletives. Both appear to be shopping with children.

“Deal with it, bitch,” the man says at one point. 

At another point, the woman claims the man must be a supporter of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.

“That’s exactly what you vote for, they give it to you so that you vote that way,” the woman says. “I’m not stupid. I have a degree. I’m pretty damn smart.”

The footage picks up mid-argument. It’s not clear when or where it was filmed, or even if it was staged, as it was in a viral incident that took place in a Walmart parking lot late last year.

However, this argument has been going viral since being posted on YouTube last week, with more than 130,000 views to date, and there have been a number of reports of other shoppers being confronted in stores over their use of food stamps.

Ironically, the woman in the new video who is complaining about food stamps is shopping at Walmart — a retail chain where wages are so low that many workers qualify for public assistance. 

A 2014 report found that Walmart costs U.S. taxpayers $ 6.2 billion per year in food stamps, Medicaid, subsidized housing and other forms of public assistance for its employees. 

Much of that money eventually goes to the company: A 2013 report found nearly $ 1 out of every $ 5 in food stamp money is spent at Walmart

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The American Consultants Rx discount prescription cards are to be given free to anyone in need of help curbing the high cost of prescription drugs.

Due to the rising costs, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescriptions, American Consultants Rx Inc. (ACRX) a.k.a (ACIRX) an Atlanta based company was born in 2004. The ACRX discount prescription card program was created and over 25 million discount prescription cards were donated to over 18k organizations across the country to be distributed to those in need of prescription assistance free of charge since 2004.

The ACRX cards will offer discounts of name brand drugs of up to 40% off and up to 60% off of generic drugs. They also possess no eligibility requirements, no forms to fill out, or expiration date as well .One card will take care of a whole family. Also note that the ACRX cards will come to your organization already pre-activated .The cards are good at over 50k stores from Walgreen, Wal mart, Eckerd”s, Kmart, Kroger, Publix, and many more. Any one can use these cards but ACRX is focusing on those who are uninsured, underinsured, or on Medicare. The ACRX cards are now in Spanish as well.

American Consultants Rx made arrangements online for the ACRX card to be available at http://www.acrxcards.com where it can also be downloaded. This arrangement has been made to allow organizations an avenue to continue assisting their clients in the community until they receive their orders of the ACRX cards. ACRX made it possible for cards to be requested from online for individuals and organizations free of charge. Request for the ACRX cards can also be made by mailing a request to : ACRX, P.O.Box 161336,Atlanta,GA 30321, faxing a written request to 404-305-9539,or calling the office at 404-767-1072. Please include name (if organization please include organization and contact name),mailing address,designate Spanish or English,amount of cards requested,and telephone number.

American Consultants Rx is working diligently to assist as many people and organizations as possible. It should be noted that while many other organizations and companies place a cost on their money saving cards, American Consultants Rx does not believe a cost should be applied, just to assist our fellow Americans. American Consultants Rx states that it will continue to strive to assist those in need.

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The American Consultants Rx discount prescription cards are to be given free to anyone in need of help curbing the high cost of prescription drugs.

Due to the rising costs, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescriptions, American Consultants Rx Inc. (ACRX) a.k.a (ACIRX) an Atlanta based company was born in 2004. The ACRX discount prescription card program was created and over 25 million discount prescription cards were donated to over 18k organizations across the country to be distributed to those in need of prescription assistance free of charge since 2004.

The ACRX cards will offer discounts of name brand drugs of up to 40% off and up to 60% off of generic drugs. They also possess no eligibility requirements, no forms to fill out, or expiration date as well .One card will take care of a whole family. Also note that the ACRX cards will come to your organization already pre-activated .The cards are good at over 50k stores from Walgreen, Wal mart, Eckerd”s, Kmart, Kroger, Publix, and many more. Any one can use these cards but ACRX is focusing on those who are uninsured, underinsured, or on Medicare. The ACRX cards are now in Spanish as well.

American Consultants Rx made arrangements online for the ACRX card to be available at http://www.acrxcards.com where it can also be downloaded. This arrangement has been made to allow organizations an avenue to continue assisting their clients in the community until they receive their orders of the ACRX cards. ACRX made it possible for cards to be requested from online for individuals and organizations free of charge. Request for the ACRX cards can also be made by mailing a request to : ACRX, P.O.Box 161336,Atlanta,GA 30321, faxing a written request to 404-305-9539,or calling the office at 404-767-1072. Please include name (if organization please include organization and contact name),mailing address,designate Spanish or English,amount of cards requested,and telephone number.

American Consultants Rx is working diligently to assist as many people and organizations as possible. It should be noted that while many other organizations and companies place a cost on their money saving cards, American Consultants Rx does not believe a cost should be applied, just to assist our fellow Americans. American Consultants Rx states that it will continue to strive to assist those in need.

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Dare to Dream

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You are unique. We all are. We are the product of our upbringing, our experiences and our friends and families. We think differently and act independently of everyone else. Then we go to school. Then we go to work.

What happens when we go to school or work?

We are expected to conform. We are expected to act a certain way, behave a certain way, learn the same things, do things the same way. We fall to peer pressure. We want to be liked by other students or employees or people in general. So we change the way we act, the way we talk, the things we like. We change who we are.

Isn’t that just so boring?

I’m a pretty sociable guy so I meet people every day. I hear the same greetings, the same tone of voice and see the same expressions all the time. However, every once in awhile you meet those people who catch your attention. You say hello and you expect a hello back but instead you get a “Howdy there friend of mine!” It throws you off it catches your attention because it’s different. To me those are the most interesting people in the world. The people who don’t conform, who make their own way and stand out despite the rest of the world.

Be yourself.

Don’t be that person everyone else wants and expects you to be. They have no idea if they like the real you. You know, that person that comes out when you’re with your friends and family who’s completely different from the person you project to the rest of the world?

We do it because we’re scared.

What if nobody likes the real me? What if I’m too different? What if, what if what if what if? Just stop. We want people to like and accept us so we project ourselves to be what we think other people want to see. Then hopefully they’ll like us. We don’t want to be shunned from the group and feel isolated. Here’s the thing.

People will always judge you.

We all make ourselves out to be that person we think other people like. But there are still people that don’t like us right? Still people we don’t get along with that we would rather avoid because we’re fundamentally different people. So you know what, who gives a damn what other people think? They’re going to think whatever they want anyway and judge us just as harshly no matter what we do. It’s because that’s what people do. They judge. Everyone makes judgments all day long every day even if they don’t notice. I don’t like him. That food tastes bad. Who dyes their hair that color? It’s absolutely ridiculous.

So what do you do?

You stop caring what other people think. No matter who you are some people are going to like you and some people aren’t. So be yourself. Be the person that’s different because that’s the person people really want to meet. The real you forms the best relationships because they’re real. The real you thinks differently from everyone else and has a fresh new perspective that nobody else has.

Don’t fall into the trap. Don’t conform to be like everyone else. Dare to be different.

For more posts like this check out my blog Motivate Your Life: https://motivateyourlifeblog.wordpress.com/

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What Do You Need Right Now? You Probably Already Know

I just want to set the record straight:

YOU can take care of yourself better than anyone else in the world.

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Yes, of course, we need help.
Yes, of course, we can’t do it alone.
Yes, of course, we must draw on the wisdom and guidance of professionals and parents and family members and friends and doctors and lawyers.
Yes, of course, we can’t be subject matter experts on everything.

But you know what I see happening, far too often?

Brilliant, caring women and men feel overwhelmed and lost and insecure because we’ve forgotten…no one can take care of us better than we can.

Sure, all of those “experts” might have opinions till they are blue in the face…

But only you can know whether you need twelve hours of sleep tonight, or five.
Whether you need a spinach salad or an apple tart.
Whether you need a big hug or a big scream or a big whole afternoon alone.

We know what we need, if we are willing to listen.

What do you need, today? Right now?

If you’d like to share, let us know in the comments.



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Want to Dramatically Reduce Frustration? Focus on Beginning, Not Finishing

This past weekend, I got SO excited about the fact that I had open time in my schedule and could tackle some small house projects. I was thinking about repairing a pillow, organizing some shelves, and doing a deep cleaning of the dishwasher, but my main objective was to reline all my kitchen shelves. I was so thrilled about the opportunity. (sexy I know 😉

Even though I travel on a frequent basis and do many interesting things, I find that having time to do these little activities that aren’t that “important,” but bring beauty and order to my life are very personally fulfilling.

Since I saw myself as having a relatively free weekend, I didn’t plunge into the shelf lining project until Saturday morning when I started to call around to find out where to buy the contact paper. After a few attempts, I found a store, bought the paper, and got to work. I made some progress before heading to a friend’s home for dinner. I resolved that tomorrow, I would finish off the project.

Well… on Sunday between getting some extra sleep, going to church, and doing various other life activities, I made some progress on the shelf lining, but not nearly as much as I wanted to make. By the afternoon, I was palpably agitated when I realized I would not only not finish the shelf lining but also not get to any of the other little projects I had in mind because I needed to move on to must-do activities.

How did this happen? How did I go from seeing a weekend as a wonderful gift and celebrating the opportunity to work on little house items to one of total frustration that I didn’t get done what I had in mind to do (even though completing the whole project in one weekend, really wasn’t necessary)?

I realized that the problem was that I was focusing on getting things done, instead of doing things. I have an enormous amount of respect for David Allen and his iconic “Getting Things Done” system. But this past weekend, I realized that the emphasis on coming to completion instead of reveling in the process can be completely wrong in some situations. Wanting to “get things done” spoiled my mood and turned a great opportunity into a frustrating experience.

You may or may not feel the way I do about home projects, but my guess is that you have experienced something similar to what I described above when it comes to a free day at work where you wanted to finish a long-neglected project or maybe a day when you were hoping to work on writing or art and it just didn’t turn out how you hoped in terms of “finishing.”

Because I’m always learning alongside you and want us all to feel a greater sense of peace and control, I took a couple (well more than a couple) of deep, slow breaths to calm myself down. Then I thought through what caused the situation and how I could avoid it in the future. Here were my discoveries:

1. Unrealistic Expectations: Just because I had a relatively free weekend, doesn’t mean I could all of the sudden do four projects. As I talk about in chapter 5 of my book, reality always wins. I think if I had only focused on one project, I would have made more progress. I also needed to keep in mind that it would take time not only to do the lining but also to shop for the materials.

2. Sense of Entitlement: I really value things working and working smoothly. I can sometimes get to the point of thinking that nothing should have to be fixed (unrealistic I know!) so I get incredibly annoyed when it does. One of the diversions this past weekend was spending hours of quality time with our Internet customer service reps. Not fun, especially when I wanted to line my shelves! However, I realized I need to come to terms with the fact that installing things, maintaining them, AND fixing them are all part of the process of life. The better job I do of accepting this fact, the more peaceful I will be.

3. Impatience: I tend to be very patient with people, but very impatient with inanimate objects. This is why I’m a coach, not a mechanic or engineer! I don’t think I would have felt nearly as agitated if I had simply enjoyed the process of making progress and told myself that however long it takes to reline the shelves is just fine. There’s no need to rush or be overly focused on the “getting it done.” I can focus on doing life, not stressing myself about getting life done. After my reflection on the situation, I was able to accept this point of view and decide that I was happy with what I accomplished and would move forward again at the next opportunity.

My guess is that I’m not the only person who needs to watch out for these pitfalls to joy in our activities, especially since a few of my time coaching clients were learning the exact same lesson over the last week.

If you struggle with never being satisfied with your progress or performance anxiety about whether you can complete something keeping you from the fun of even starting, I highly encourage you to analyze your mindset. Also, consider doing what one of my time coaching clients successfully put into practice last week:

1. He recommitted to general time blocks of his day, sleep, work, family time, etc., and decided on what sorts of activities he wanted to fill those times.

2. He came up with a list of activities “to begin,” during his work block. He could put a check mark by the activity when he started it. This made sure that he focused on important activities and didn’t feel anxious about whether or not he could finish them.

3. He gave himself permission to stop at the time he had set in advance, even if he didn’t get something done. This increased his sense of control and peace that he could start anew the next day.

This commitment to being faithful to invest time in doing certain activities gave him a lot of freedom and joy in a way that constantly trying to decide what was the best thing to do, and the most efficient way to get it done hadn’t.

If you’re struggling with feeling discouraged, try out focusing on doing life and see what happens!

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McGraw Hill published her first book The 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment: How to Achieve More Success with Less Stress. Harvard Business Review published her second book How to Invest Your Time Like Money. Elizabeth contributes to blogs like Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Fast Company and the 99U blog on productivity for creative professionals and has appeared on CBS, ABC, NBC, and Fox.

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Heartfulness: How to Put Your Heart Into Living

How often do we muse about how wonderful life would be if there were no confusion and doubt! And all the while, we know the solution to the problem, because whenever we are inspired from within, it cannot be contested, only heeded, for that is the heart’s language. It is magical, a veil lifts, a vision is adjusted, and hope breathes fresh life, conveying an assurance of what is possible.

Such inspired moments always carry a great promise: if we act upon the inspiration it will be transformational. It can only do us good, for that is the heart’s promise. You and I have felt it all our lives.

We can wait for that inner inspiration to come or we can actively cultivate it. The choice is ours. Choosing to actively cultivate the inner inspiration of the heart is heartfulness.

Let’s say I want to make a meaningful decision at work or in my family. If I impose that decision on others it will be like a child who is forced to eat rather than cajoled with affection, a teenager forcibly disciplined by a parent, or a caring boss trying to convey something. We resist external suggestions, however logical they may be, and we end up with enforced discipline, rules and policies, which have not arisen naturally. As a result, the child refuses, the teenager rebels, and the boss gives up wanting to help. Making and abiding by decisions becomes a matter of following rules rather than allowing the heart’s intrinsic goodness to inspire and lead. The possibility of living in a society where the innate precept is “just do the right thing,” is perhaps a far off thing, or is it? Are we responsible for keeping that golden era at bay?

There are many issues at play. The most powerful arise when we ignore the intrinsic goodness and the intrinsic peace that exist in all of us. These are our core inner qualities, so one does not have to think to be good or at peace. They simply happen, because that is our underlying nature. Yet we frequently go against our underlying nature.

How do we compromise our intrinsic goodness?

Knowingly or unknowingly, we tend to color every living moment, as our awareness scans the world, by judging, with constant chatter inside our minds: “I like this,” “I do not like this.” Slowly, the eventual game of our lives is played out in response to the conscious and subconscious inventory of likes and dislikes we build within ourselves.

This fickle inventory of likes and dislikes plays, pauses, stops, rewinds, fast forwards and slows, and not always in that order! The result is that we often stand perplexed at the crossroads of likes and dislikes, this or that, instead of heeding the heart. How many times have we asked: “Is this good for me or not?” or “Should I do this or not?”

How does the heart speak?

There is an even more mundane construct: “Is this decision from my mind or my heart?”

When we analyze how we make decisions, we witness the interplay of the heart and mind. We observe that the heart protests loudly when we choose something not so good for us, whereas when we make the right decision the same heart remains silent and at peace. That’s how the heart speaks; there are no loud signals when we do the right thing.

Why is this so? To do the right thing requires little effort from within. For example, to convey my name and position in life correctly to someone I meet demands no effort or serious thought, but if I boast of what I am not the heart quibbles! It becomes heavier, doesn’t it? That’s how the heart speaks.

To breathe, hear and see normally is natural. My heart does not congratulate me for that. It is precisely when something is wrong that a feeling, spreading out from my core, signals that it is time to visit my physician. That’s how the heart speaks.

In reassuring silence and in timely vigilance the heart speaks. When we heed the heart, there are only confident decisions instead of disabling doubt and confusion.

Easing the burden: the play of heart and mind.

Habitually we are caught between the play of mind and heart: mindfulness versus heartfulness! We create this polarity within. Is it possible to reconcile?

When the heart is right, there will always be an unquestioning agreement between the mind and the heart. In fact, a perfect synchronicity exists between them and they function as one. Integrating these two principal players in our life eases our burden of existence. By ignoring either one, we cannot move ahead purposefully in life.

How to integrate the heart and mind?

Still the mind in meditation and you will witness the heart’s signals and its inspired thoughts. For 20 to 30 minutes every day, capture inspired moments of heartfulness.

It is in the stillness of the mind that we perceive the heart with clarity. By constantly observing the inner weather, we steer through life wisely, steadfastly, sans regrets.

Effective meditation must lead the meditator to the heights of the infinite sky of superconsciousness and facilitate the plunge into the deepest ocean of subconsciousness, and emerge the wiser. This way our consciousness evolves.

To lead a life simply going through the motions, reacting to whatever life brings, is one thing. An altogether different experience is to lead it with responsive heartfulness – with the heart’s most loving and magisterial guidance. Whatever activity you are engaged in, take a detour by the heart. After all, who can resist the heart’s signals!

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