5. Do Seek Help If You Need It – Having trouble setting up a budget and meeting your student loan obligations? Consider asking your lender for assistance, check with your university for any resources available for graduates, or review online resources. Is there a problem with the servicing on your loan? The Federal Student Aid Ombudsman Group may be able to help. Seek help from a variety of sources but be wary of loan consolidations and other debt-relief agencies that offer seemingly quick fixes. … [Read more...] about 5 Dos And Don’ts For Managing Student Loan Debt
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And therefore, I'm proposing that if America can atone for that in the form of cash payments to African-Americans to make them economically equal to white Americans, two things will happen. One, African-Americans will be, in effect, financially equal in a capitalist society and given the opportunity to grow wealth for themselves and their families. And two ... unless you can atone, forgive and then repair in the form of the $14 trillion of cash, which the way I've developed it would make 40 million African-Americans equal in wealth to white Americans, we will live with this problem for generations to come. … [Read more...] about Robert Johnson’s Big Idea: $14 trillion in slavery reparations to African-Americans
"Asma's NGOs have benefited from contracts with UNHCR, UNICEF and UNDP, which have provided millions of dollars to her corrupt charity operation. Syria Trust now runs 15 community centers which siphon money to the regime's pockets, while providing some aid to loyalist communities, further bolstering the Assad regime's image on the ground," Rahmani asserted. "These community centers also run courses about 'effective citizenship' and a highly pro-Assad curriculum. Employees of Syria Trust were fired in 2011, 2012 for pro-freedom or democracy statements." … [Read more...] about The rise and fall of Syria’s first lady: Why the US is going after Asma Assad?
“This is alarming for us. Five of our 12 hospitals have been attacked, and what is very concerning is that these centers were supposed to be de-conflicted areas. The coordinates of their locations were handed over the U.N. to give the (Russian) government,” Dr. Ahmad Tarakji, President of the Syrian American Medical Society (SAMS) told Fox News. “This was direct targeting, not collateral damage.” … [Read more...] about Syrian hospitals bombed by Assad, Russian troops after coordinates were shared with the UN
In a letter last week, the American Medical Association told the Federal Emergency Management Agency that doctor's offices outside big systems - including those providing primary care, chemotherapy and minor surgeries - have struggled to reopen because they are unable to secure PPE. The association, which pleaded for transparency and a coordinated national strategy, said it is unclear "whether the central problem is in the availability of raw material, production backlogs, gaps in the distribution systems, or some combination of all three." … [Read more...] about America is running short on masks, gowns and gloves. Again.