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Working with a variety of people from all walks of life has given me some insight into the process of success.� Regardless of our background, skills, experience, or attitude, we can't be successful until we feel confident about who we are and what we're doing.� It's one of those cart before the horse things, since we tend to think that being successful will give us confidence.� In fact, feeling confident FIRST will allow us to experience success and the achievement of our goals.� Here are some ways to connect to the confidence within you.
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, center, speaks in front of the state-run TV ahead of a military funeral for troops killed in an assault in the Sinai Peninsula, as he stands with army commanders in Cairo. (AP Photo/MENA, Mohammed Samaha) (The Associated Press)
Once again, a government is considering building a wall along its border with Gaza and destroying tunnels it claims Hamas uses to conduct terrorist attacks – but this time it is Egypt and not Israel.
There’s a major and potentially harmful debate about the function and effect of quarantine in securing America against the ingress and spread of Ebola.� It all spins around a significant misunderstanding of duty and volunteerism, primarily suffered by our politically correct cadres.
Everyone agrees that Ebola must be stopped in its African hotzone, and that requires the massive help from developed countries – mostly America and the EU.� Most people (although not so many in our federal government) understand the ability of Ebola to infect in its asymptomatic and symptomatic phases.� Few at policy making levels in government recognize that current temperature measuring and self-reporting measures at entry airports are an ineffective approach to keep Ebola out – the Obama administration maintains that “there is no gap” in such security measures.
Does the revelation of the American statesman, Newt Gingrich, concerning the “Palestinians” – his admission of their being an “invented” people – have legal implications, vis-�-vis the Israel-PLO Agreement of September 13, 1993? � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � �
What is Love?By Susan Polis SchutzLove Love is the strongest feeling known an all -encompassing passion an extreme strength an overwhelming excitementLove is trying not to hurt the other person trying not to change the other person trying not to dominate the other person trying not to deceive the other personLove is understanding each other listening to each other supporting each other having fun with each other.Love is not an excuse to stop growing not an excuse to stop making yourself better not an excuse to lessen one's goals not an excuse to take the other person for grantedLove is being completely honest with each other finding dreams to share working towards common goals sharing responsibilities equallyEveryone in the world wants to love Love is not a feeling to be taken lightly Love is a feeling to be cherished, nurtured and cared for Love is the reason for life
Charles Krauthammer said Thursday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that June's favorable jobs report proves that conservatives were right in the debate over extending unemployment benefits and that "you can't keep the American economy down forever."
The Labor Department reported Thursday that the unemployment rate has fallen to to 6.1 percent, down from 6.3 percent in May. This was due in part to the addition of 288,000 jobs in June. President Obama touted the news at an event in Washington noting “we've now seen the fastest job growth in the United States in the first half of the year since 1999.”
However, Krauthammer, a syndicated columnist and Fox News contributor, said that the good news was actually in spite of the administration’s actions, particularly with respect to the effort to extend emergency unemployment benefits.
An Illinois woman who took her fight against one of the nation's most powerful unions all the way to the Supreme Court and won, said all she ever wanted was to care for her ailing son.
Pam Harris, the lead plaintiff in the landmark Harris v. Quinn case, in which the high court ruled people who care for loved ones in their home can't be compelled to join the Service Employees International Union, said the ruling was a victory for her son Josh, who suffers from a rare genetic disorder.