August 28, 2013 0 comments
There's been a lot of loose talk in the commentaries about Donald Trump's riding the broad shoulders of the white working class to a shocking Rust Belt based general-election triumph, and some equally loose talk about Hillary Clinton's sweeping everybody else to accomplish a national landslide. Neither assertion is likely real, there are aspects of reality in each. Feel free to read more on Comparing Modafinil and Adderall
As Harry Enten describes at FiveThirtyEight, there is a growing space in governmental choices in between college-educated and non-college-educated white voters. And it's a gap that's emerging at both ends of the spectrum, with Hillary Clinton showing indications of what would be a traditionally strong efficiency among the college folk and Trump building on already-high numbers for Republicans in the white working-class group. This dynamic is making complex the typical formula of Democrats with their Obama Coalition of young and minority voters and Republicans with their older white voters.
August 28, 2013 3 comments
Prostitution in the suburban areas exists however it is more concealed than the streetwalkers who openly ply their trade in some parts of Philadelphia.
Upper Merion Police Detective Les Glauner, who is part of the Philadelphia FBI Violent Crimes Against Children Task Force, moderated among four panels at a conference on commercial sexual exploitation at the Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law June 24. The style of his panel was the shifting police focus, ingenious investigation and helping the survivors.
August 28, 2013 1 comment
The Metro Nashville Public Schools board voted Tuesday evening to take legal action against the state for a higher share of education financing, stating Tennessee is not supplying enough money to help teach English to children for whom it is a second language.
The board authorized the claim, with six members in favor and 2 Elissa Kim and Mary Pierce abstaining. Board member Jo Ann Brannon was not able to go to the conference.