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American Hostages Who Have Given Their Lives

American Hostages Who Have Given Their Lives

Wednesday we mourned the death of American hostage, Kayla Jean Mueller. 26-year-old Kayla spent most of her time volunteering.  Since obtaining her graduate degree, Kayla has volunteered in India, Israel and the Palestine Territories. In December 2012, Kayla joined Support to Life and the Danish Refugee Council at the Turkey-Syria border to help refugees displaced […]

Liberty Voice Is Boldly Inclusive

Liberty Voice Is Boldly Inclusive

The affiliated companies with the Liberty Voice name have a common guiding principle which defines that brand, and that is the commitment to be “Boldly Inclusive” in all aspects. It is not just a catchphrase or a slogan, but a way of approaching relationships and business operations. It is at the heart of every member […]

Nevada Republican Priorities a Mixed Message

Nevada Republican Priorities a Mixed Message

A lot has been said about the priorities being set by the Nevada Republican Party in the  coming year now that they have won control of the state government, but the messages are getting to be a mixed bag. In a recent interview with MSNBC, Secretary of State-Elect Barbara Cegavske made the announcement that It […]

Nevada Voter ID Bill Agenda Flawed

Nevada Voter ID Bill Agenda Flawed

Since gaining a clear majority and control of the state government in the latest election, Nevada Republican party officials have announced an agenda to pursue the passage of voter ID laws which appears flawed at best and counter-productive even to their own mandate. In the wake of taking the majority of votes in an election, […]

Medtronic Neurostimulator Devices Offer Hope for Chronic Pain [Video]

Medtronic Neurostimulator Devices Offer Hope for Chronic Pain [Video]

Medtronic neurostimulator devices can offer hope for chronic pain sufferers. The innovative pain control devices could change the lives of patients afflicted by daily chronic pain as a result of physical injury or illness. These devices are not appropriate for every patient or pain condition. However, for those whom are deemed prime candidates, neurostimulator devices […]

Empowerment, Professionalism, Collaboration, and Boldness: Building Leaders

Empowerment, Professionalism, Collaboration, and Boldness: Building Leaders

While creating the model for developing and  building leaders to be incorporated into the curriculum of the Liberty Voice Institute, a philosophy based on the four basic tenets of empowerment, professionalism, collaboration, and boldness emerged which has fostered significant growth and success for the teachers and trainers at the Guardian Liberty Voice who adopted it. […]

Celebrity Deaths, Journalists and Common Sense Reporting

Celebrity Deaths, Journalists and Common Sense Reporting

Celebrities, whether they are actors, royalty or anyone else who has captured the curiosity and intrigue of the general public, have a larger-than-life personality. Everything they do is magnified from what they wear, what they eat, where they go on vacation, and how they died. When writing about celebrity deaths, it is important for journalists […]

Rolf Harris: Sexual Predator Hidden Behind Gentle Facade

Rolf Harris: Sexual Predator Hidden Behind Gentle Facade

It was with heavy heart that I read of Rolf Harris’ being convicted of 12 counts of indecently assaulting four young girls and the reality of the Australian performer turning out to be yet another sexual predator hidden behind a gentle facade. Unlike the man who started Operation Yewtree off, Jimmy Savile, Harris did not […]

Freedom of Speech Comes With Responsibility

Freedom of Speech Comes With Responsibility

Freedom of speech is protected by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. It was adopted Dec. 15, 1791 as part of the Bill of Rights to ensure that citizens of this new nation would be allowed to speak their minds about political candidates, laws and religion without fear of government censorship. This right […]

Sex: Study Suggests It Increases Intelligence

Sex: Study Suggests It Increases Intelligence

According to psychologists from the University of Maryland, studies suggest that sex essentially increases intelligence. In addition,  these conclusions were confirmed by similar tests conducted in South Korea. Also, these studies further substantiated the long-lived fact that sexual activity can help decrease stress levels and burn away calories. This conclusion was reached by researchers from […]

Sochi Olympics Dos and Don’ts

Sochi Olympics Dos and Don’ts

There has been no shortage of excitement surrounding the Sochi Olympics, and there have been many roadblocks for Russia at the beginning of the 2014 Winter Games. Here is a Sochi Olympics dos and don’ts guide for making it through the event unscathed. Do rock the pussy riot sticker on snowboard Don’t admit that it […]

Sealed with a Kiss Democratic Alliance and Agang Merger Too Soon

Sealed with a Kiss Democratic Alliance and Agang Merger Too Soon

In South Africa, Helen Zilla, leader of the Democratic Alliance (DA) and leader of the new political party, Agang SA , Mamphela Ramphele, sealed the merger of their parties with a kiss perhaps a little too soon. At a press conference held in Cape Town, the two leaders issued statements and confirmed that they would […]

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