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Words matter. As kids we learn that sticks and stones can break our bones but words can never hurt us, but we soon realize that this isn’t entirely true. Bruises fade after a few days, but words linger in our minds for much longer.
Cheerleading doesn’t necessarily have a great reputation in popular culture. Movies like Bring It On – and all of its many sequels – portray high school cheerleaders as walking stereotypes of negativity: vapid and ditzy at best, cruel and calculating at worst.
In late January, the Obama Administration released a new rule reforming national forestry policy for the first time in over 30 years.
Year after year, precious tracts of land and stretches of ocean are contaminated by oil spills and gas leaks.
In honor of the Founding Father’s commitment to religious liberty and in celebration of President’s Day, the Union for Reform Judaism and 13 religiously diverse organizations have released an “Interfaith Statement of Principles” meant to guide presidential candidates on the ethical use of religi