Category Archives: Social Media
Make your voice heard … Every Vote Counts! The Importance of Voting Voting is one of the most important rights and responsibilities that U.S. citizens have. About 150 million American citizens are qualified to vote. Unfortunately, many don’t. They give … Continue reading →
We all know the government taxes our income. But what about the many other ways the government covertly drains money from our wallets? Total personal income taxes in fact represent less than half our total tax burden. Every year, Americans … Continue reading →
Have you ever wondered why so many kids these days are allergic to peanuts? Where did this allergy come from all of a sudden? Before 1900, reactions to peanuts were unheard of. Today almost a 1.5 million children in this … Continue reading →
Today should NOT be a day of drunkenness and stupor. Instead, today should commemorate Saint Patrick on the day of his death AND more importantly, the arrival of Christianity in Ireland. This is his story. Patrick was born around 385 … Continue reading →
Student protests for stricter gun laws are set for 10 a.m. in every time zone one month after the Parkland school shooting. Follow live updates cnn.it/2Hz0F5K It’s a shame when children feel compelled to speak up because adults have failed … Continue reading →
The five defendants, who were indicted Wednesday by a Lake County Grand Jury, join three other defendants in more high-profile 2016 alleged election fraud cases. Former Lake County Coroner Thomas Rudd faces five counts of perjury based on allegations that … Continue reading →
The eleventh annual World Autism Awareness Day is just 47 days away on Monday, April 2, 2018! Please tell us how you are going to celebrate by posting to our wall. We look forward to celebrating the day and Autism … Continue reading →
Did you know Northwestern, Chicago’s Big Ten Team, has been posting old videos of Northwestern’s college football games since the 1920s?
Remember, Northwestern football is ancient. The team predates Ohio State, Alabama, USC, Penn State, and most of the other blue bloods. Don’t let anyone tell you differently, Northwestern has been playing football since nearly the beginning, and the past cannot … Continue reading →
NEW GUIDES for PARENTS & SCHOOLS: When A Child Struggles with School Attendance NEW GUIDES for PARENTS & SCHOOLS: When A Child Struggles with School Attendance https://t.co/RZbQPOA7xf — Surviving Special Ed (@Surviving_SpEd) March 5, 2018
Music Programs Have Great Value for Norridge School District 80 Students, But Someone Has To Pay For Them !!!
“Public School Cuts Music Programs; Teachers Lose Jobs” “High School Music Program Slashed” “Budget Cuts Affect Music and Arts” We see those headlines in the news all the time. Now we are seeing such headlines in the local Pioneer Press with … Continue reading →