Personally, I think teachers should be federal employees…
Yes, I’m ready to start this conversation. So, let’s think it through… Personally, I think teachers should be federal employees… with scaled wages across the board …There are other jobs that should be considered too, but for now, let’s just focus on the teachers…. 😉
We expect students all across America to get a quality education; regardless of their location rural or metropolitan. And, we expect (more…)
2018 Elections Are Coming!
2018 Elections are right around the corner and there is a lot of information out there for voters to consume. Personally, I’m a progressive Independent and most of my views will be along those line. I found cool sites and information from both Bernie Sanders (www.ourRevolution.com/issues/ ) and Jill Stein ( http://www.gp.org/2018_candidates ) …and the candidates they have information on.
Whatever your views are, I encourage you to take time to do some research to learn about issues, platforms and candidates in general– so that you can choose the best candidate who represents you. Don’t take my word or anyone else’s word. It is your vote and you should feel great about who you use it for. Don’t base your decisions on any one tv station or group. Decide where you should be in your heart of hearts and find candidates you can support.
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Why It’s Important to Vote
People sometimes think that their votes really don’t make a difference. They see the “system” as being crooked and unfair. The rich get richer–while the poor continue to suffer.
Though that seems to be the outcome a great percentage of the time; your vote DOES matter, and most definitely counts. You can look at progress made over the years and see how voting for issues and demanding change carries the day. Even though sometimes, it can be a long, hard and slow process.
This is the first of several articles where we will discuss the reasons why voting is important and processes you can employ to make change in your community and local government. Then, reflect those same changes in your state and federal government.
But first, let’s think locally. Are (more…)
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The Friday Lunch Buffet – One of my new networking spots…
I was out Friday delivering some business cards to a client. She had given me the address because she was catering an event there (402 West Edenton Street, Raleigh, NC).
What I didn’t know was that the event was an open buffet to the general public that Frank, Stephanie & Camille, chefs from the Golden Spoon, catered every Friday from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Talk about good food– yes sir, It was.
I also found out that the address, 402 West Edenton Street is the location of the St. Paul, A.M.E. Church–a beautiful historic structure. The buffet is on the second floor in the dining area. The atmosphere was absolutely welcoming and inviting.
I paid my $8, grabbed a tray, utensils and some plates…and went to work. Did I mention the food was good? Thank you Camille.
So, if you all are ever hungry and in the downtown Raleigh area on a Friday between 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., I think you should stop by 402 West Edenton Street. Good people, Good food.
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