Earlier this year, for the second time in 5 years, the highest court in the land agreed to hear the causes of Abigail Fisher against the University of Texas. Fisher, a young white girl from Texas, had elected to sue the University of Texas system
If a picture is worth a thousand words, images that capture someone’s recovery must be priceless. To know where they have been, at their bottom, and to then see them in recovery is an incredible joy. Recovery does not mean only addiction, just an eating disorder,
For many of us who spent a good chunk of our lives feeling ostracized and alienated from society, the idea of meddling with “politics” can feel a bit unnatural and come across as a little outside of our bubble.
For a good number of us who
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The history of the Affordable Care Act (commonly referred to as “ObamaCare”) has been riddled with controversy, and not surprisingly, legal conflict. Originally passed as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
And no, not THAT King James, but rather the one of regal descent; the handsome fellow below.
How could I, an individual born no where near the 16th Century - an individual in long-term recovery whose substance use disorder resulted in a felonious conviction of driving