In Human Terms, Ep. 11: “Medicinal Politics”

The healthcare providers I’ve spoken with have one thing in common: They really love helping people. And yet, considering how much healthcare providers love to help, healthcare related debt remains the leading cause of bankruptcy in the U.S. So, how does an occupation that attracts so many do-gooders become the industry that economically hurts individual Americans…

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In Human Terms, Ep. 6: “Shutdown for What? The Wall.”

We only have seven days left before the three week timer on the government shutdown runs out. What’s at stake? Funding to build a wall between Mexico and the United States. Though a wall may stem the flow of migrants for a time, it doesn’t address the larger problems that have made the US immigration…

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In Human Terms, Ep. 4: “Hunters vs. Madmen: Guns in America”

Few subjects have challenged almost every American’s sense of safety and freedom like that of gun control. As a country, we are divided on this. One side sees the gun and the second amendment as an American birthright to protect our liberty . And the other side counts the casualties of gun violence as too…

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In Human Terms, Ep. 3: “Our Friendly Neighborhood Muslim”

For many Americans the words “Muslim” or “Islam” have negative connotations. Unfortunately, because a radical few excused their acts of terror on 9-11 and within ISIS by saying it was done for Islam, a surprising number of Americans assume that all muslims feel the same way-that they hate America. Yet, muslims have been in America…

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In Human Terms, Ep. 1: “Introduction”

When it comes to conversations between democrats and republicans, I’m tired of: People yelling at each other People not listening to each other People demonizing each other And, believe me, I get that things are very bad in the world. I get that there are tremendous problems that have the consequence of human lives in the…

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