Monthly Archives: July 2012

Pennsylvania to look at revising human trafficking definition

Below is an article written by Robert Swift from Standard Speaker. The article talks about the possibility of Pennsylvania revising its human trafficking definition so it is broader in scope. However, revising the definition is not the only problem. In … Continue reading

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My experience: Mount Vernon

Yesterday [July 28], I woke up at 6:30 a.m. to bike about 26 miles from Bethesda, Md. to Mount Vernon, Va. to see George Washington’s estate. For being someone who does not like the outdoors, I actually found the 26-mile … Continue reading

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Desmond Tutu says homosexuality should be decriminalized globally to combat HIV/AIDS

According to Ms. Magazine, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, of South Africa, has called for the global decriminalization of homosexuality in order to combat HIV/AIDS. Mr. Tutu’s statement appeared in the Lancet as part of a series on HIV transmission the day … Continue reading

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Israeli man set himself on fire during protest

According to ABC News, an Israeli protestor who demonstrated in Tel Aviv on Saturday to mark the one-year anniversary of the social protests is now in critical condition after setting himself on fire. The 52-year-old man left a letter at … Continue reading

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