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President Obama Speaks on the Economy in Denver

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On a beautiful Wednesday afternoon in Denver's Cheesman Park, President Obama delivered remarks about the economy, the progress that his Administration has made, and how Republican obstructionism is making it more difficult for Americans achieve their full potential.

The President opened his remarks poking fun at Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper over their pool game from last night at the Wynkoop Brewing Company.

"You should not ask him who won," the President joked. "No, no, really, don't ask Governor Hickenlooper who won at pool."

The President then quickly got down to business, telling the audience exactly what he was there to talk about:

Every day, we get thousands of letters and emails at the White House. I think it's something like 40,000 a day of some sort of correspondence. And every night, our Correspondence Office selects 10 letters for me to read. And I've been doing that since I first came into office. And it's one of the most important things I do — it's right there next to my national security briefing and whatever policy issues that we're supposed to be working on — because it reminds me of why I ran for office.

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In States That Didn’t Expand Medicaid, It’s As If Obamacare Doesn’t Even Exist For The Poor

Twenty-five states didn’t take up the Obamacare Medicaid expansion at the beginning of this year, and the results speak for themselves: A new survey shows more than one-third of their lowest-income residents remain uninsured, a rate virtually unchanged from last year, even as millions gained coverage elsewhere.

Nationwide, the share of Americans 19 to 64 years old without health insurance fell from 20 percent to 10 percent, as 9.5 million people got covered by Medicaid or private health insurance, according to a poll of Obamacare enrollees published Thursday by the Commonwealth Fund.

Among adults who earn less than poverty wages in states that didn’t expand Medicaid, the uninsured rate is 36 percent, a decline of two percentage points (termed not statistically significant) from last year. That compares to a dramatic drop from 28 percent to 17 percent in states that expanded Medicaid.

The debate over the Medicaid expansion remains arguably the most consequential unresolved matter related to the Affordable Care Act, as the refusal by Republican governors and state legislatures to accept federal dollars to provide health care to poor people is having real effects on the ground.

Medicaid Expansion Decisions By States Have Predictable Results

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The authors of the ACA didn’t foresee this outcome, which was made possible by a Supreme Court ruling in 2012 giving states the right to opt out of Medicaid expansion and granting GOP politicians another cudgel to use against Obamacare.


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The law was originally designed to make Medicaid available to anyone who earns less than 133 percent of the federal poverty level, or $ 15,282 this year for a single person. The law also lets individuals who make between the poverty level of $ 11,490 to four times that amount get tax credits to cut the cost of private health insurance. But anyone who makes less than that — or even nothing — gets no assistance if they live in Texas, Florida, Louisiana or the other states didn’t didn’t expand the program.

Law Meant To Cover The Uninsured Is Covering Them

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Among Obamacare enrollees with either Medicaid or private health insurance obtained through insurance exchanges, 63 percent didn’t have health coverage before. Two-thirds of new Medicaid enrollees were previously uninsured. The greatest gains in health coverage were among young adults, poor adults and Latinos, the survey found.

The Commonwealth Fund poll, conducted through telephone interviews of 4,425 people by the firm SSRS from April to June, focused special attention on the six most populous states.

California, which expanded Medicaid, cut its uninsured rate in half to 11 percent. In Florida, which did not expand the program to more people, the share of uninsured residents declined from 30 percent to 26 percent, a difference deemed statistically insignificant. Texas also didn’t expand Medicaid, but its uninsured rate still fell from 34 percent to 22 percent, the survey found. Texas and Florida still have the highest uninsured rates in the nation.

Big Variations In The Uninsured Rate In The Big States

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The American Consultants Rx discount prescription cards are to be given free to anyone in need of help curbing the high cost of prescription drugs.

Due to the rising costs, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescriptions, American Consultants Rx Inc. (ACRX) a.k.a (ACIRX) an Atlanta based company was born in 2004. The ACRX discount prescription card program was created and over 25 million discount prescription cards were donated to over 18k organizations across the country to be distributed to those in need of prescription assistance free of charge since 2004.

The ACRX cards will offer discounts of name brand drugs of up to 40% off and up to 60% off of generic drugs. They also possess no eligibility requirements, no forms to fill out, or expiration date as well .One card will take care of a whole family. Also note that the ACRX cards will come to your organization already pre-activated .The cards are good at over 50k stores from Walgreen, Wal mart, Eckerd”s, Kmart, Kroger, Publix, and many more. Any one can use these cards but ACRX is focusing on those who are uninsured, underinsured, or on Medicare. The ACRX cards are now in Spanish as well.

American Consultants Rx made arrangements online for the ACRX card to be available at http://www.acrxcards.com where it can also be downloaded. This arrangement has been made to allow organizations an avenue to continue assisting their clients in the community until they receive their orders of the ACRX cards. ACRX made it possible for cards to be requested from online for individuals and organizations free of charge. Request for the ACRX cards can also be made by mailing a request to : ACRX, P.O.Box 161336,Atlanta,GA 30321, faxing a written request to 404-305-9539,or calling the office at 404-767-1072. Please include name (if organization please include organization and contact name),mailing address,designate Spanish or English,amount of cards requested,and telephone number.

American Consultants Rx is working diligently to assist as many people and organizations as possible. It should be noted that while many other organizations and companies place a cost on their money saving cards, American Consultants Rx does not believe a cost should be applied, just to assist our fellow Americans. American Consultants Rx states that it will continue to strive to assist those in need.

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A Magical Six-Week Life Experiment

I had been busy building a career for 15 years. This was the path I thought I needed to excel in to have a “successful life.” I had been collecting degrees, accolades, promotions. But last year I was feeling stuck and unfulfilled. Maybe success meant something else? I was very good at putting my work subjects through various experiments but I had never taken the time to do that with my own life. So why not design a life experiment to test my life perceptions? All I needed to do was conquer the fear of leaving my job and give myself the permission to change a few life variables.

Inspired by Arianna Huffington’s book Thrive and her journey through redefining success, I decided to leave my job, my home and my packed calendar to visit a different country every week. It was time to put up for review the very well-planned life that I was holding on to so tightly — one that was not bringing me joy. As I went through my life experiment, let’s call it my Thrive sabbatical, I noticed I was experiencing magical changes week by week.

1. I became closer with the world around me. I became more present. Of course, staring less at my cell phone really helped! I observed more, I felt more and I did less “sleep walk” living. Instead of being self-absorbed and always in my head, or on my phone, I chose to travel the world with an open heart for every person and experience I encountered. I found language was not a barrier for the heart and stories to connect. Inspired by the traditional Thai greeting, I found myself taking the time to bow to and recognize the presence of other beings. I felt closer to every life expression. I also never really felt alone.

2. I came to terms with my active mind. Taming your mind is like teaching a child to behave… a hard task. I went on two retreats, and at the beginning of each, I was resisting the experience of calming down. Apparently my mind was not OK with being still. After a few days of Yoga, meditation and silence my chatty mind surrendered to the simplicity of life. And I was happier. I was learning that mastering my own mind was more meaningful than getting another Master’s degree.

3. I stopped feeling time starved. The time famine stopped as I was experiencing the world without a set schedule. As a result, I became more generous with my time. I enjoyed simply being part of someone else’s life for a little bit. I watched the sunset every day. Believing that time was not scarce gave me more freedom and joy. I learned that time famine is something I create and a feeling I control. I can now set better priorities that include time for joy and helping others high on the list.

4. I began to let go more easily. My plans changed a few times — like with the unexpected military coup in Thailand, which affected travel. I also had to let go of my routine, expectations and old thought patterns — like negative feelings from the past. The more I did it, the easier it became. When it rained at the beach, instead of running to find shelter, I chose to stay out and enjoy the water. It actually felt warmer. When I danced with life versus trying to stop the dance, things simply flowed better.

5. I discovered endless lifestyle choices. I met fascinating people with refreshing lifestyles — scuba instructors, teachers in foreign countries, yearlong sabbatical people, athletes, entrepreneurs, etc. This helped me lessen my fear to change things in my own life. It was a permission to redefine what success looks like. I asked myself frequently: “If my main life purpose was simply to thrive, how I would design my life?”

6. I learned that the things that really matter in life are portable. I am not my house, car or job; I am just a human being who is here to experience the world every day as it comes. We don’t really need as much as we think we do. In my case, all that I needed came along with me on this trip. My whole being, which includes my body, my soul and yes, the chatty mind I wanted to calm down is portable. And their well-being is what became most important to me. Success without a peaceful mind, a thriving body and a joyful spirit was not the kind of success I desired any longer.

These are just some of the magical lessons that I learned from simply living differently for six weeks. The benefits of this life experiment still continue: Upon my return, my feeling of being stuck went away; I was fully happy in my heart, mind and body. Strangely enough, letting go also brought me new opportunities, people and ideas that I didn’t expect. Instead of losing my job, I got promoted upon my return.

I am determined to live by these lessons and to pretend I am on a sabbatical every day. I want to be energized and more present. Give my best to others. Make meditation and watching the sunset part of my weekly routine. That is what having a thriving life means to me. And if I ever forget how to do it, I will keep going on sabbaticals to rediscover life’s magic.

What are you waiting for to design your own sabbatical life experiment? I promise it will be magical.

If you need encouragement to go on a sabbatical (yes you can do it!) or have questions tweet me @crogoll.

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The Alliance: The Must-Read Book of the Summer That Could Change the Way We Work

Summertime-reading recommendations are usually about escapism — mysteries, thrillers, melodramas, romances — meant to stand in for vacations from our everyday lives. And there is no shortage of this kind of list. But I’d like to add a different sort of book to your summer-reading queue. While it’s not escapism, it is about a departure from our everyday work lives. I’m talking about The Alliance: Managing Talent in the Networked Age by Reid Hoffman, Ben Casnocha and Chris Yeh, which just came out today. Hoffman is the founder of LinkedIn and a partner at Greylock and has made early-stage investments in companies like Facebook, Flickr, Zynga and Last.fm. Casnocha, in addition to being an entrepreneur himself, was once Hoffman’s chief of staff at LinkedIn and his co-author of the bestselling The Start-up of You: Adapt to the Future, Invest in Yourself, and Transform Your Career. Yeh is a VP at Pbworks, co-founder of Wasabi Ventures and a longtime blogger. In other words, the authors have a lot of entrepreneurial street cred.

The Alliance shows how the workplace has changed in recent decades, and how these changes have broken down the trust in the relationship between employers and employees, to everyone’s detriment. And then it shows a way forward so that all benefit.

Essentially, the authors write, we’ve gone from a model predicated on stable, longtime (if not lifetime) employment to one of constant flux and change. “The world changed, both philosophically and technologically,” they write. “The rise of shareholder capitalism led companies and managers to focus on hitting short-term financial targets to boost stock prices.”

As a result, the employer-employee relationship has become legalistic and transactional, characterized by mutual distrust and “based on a dishonest conversation.” Employers still talk about the value of talent retention and use the language of “family” and “team,” but when short-term and quarterly expectations aren’t met, employees suddenly find themselves without a family, cut from the team. Since employees know this, they’re — not unreasonably — always looking for a better gig and not fully committing to what they’re doing now. “No one wants to risk being jilted,” the authors write, “so no one invests in the long-term relationship.”

When no one wants to make that investment, it’s bad for everybody, including companies. And this isn’t good for anyone:

A business without loyalty is a business without long-term thinking. A business without long-term thinking is a business that’s unable to invest in the future. And a business that isn’t investing in tomorrow’s opportunities and technologies — well, that’s a company already in the process of dying.

Since we can’t go back to the old model of lifetime service at a company, what do we do? “We can build a new type of loyalty,” they write, “that both recognizes economic realities and allows companies and employees to commit to each other.”

They call this new model “the alliance,” which they describe as “a new employment framework that facilitates mutual trust, mutual investment, and mutual benefit.” In this new model, employers say to their employees, “Help make our company more valuable, and we’ll make you more valuable.” And employees respond by saying, “Help me grow and flourish, and I’ll help the company grow and flourish.”

But, as The Alliance points out, it’s a model already flourishing in Silicon Valley — though, as the authors note, press coverage of Silicon Valley tends to focus on the role of the star players and innovative technology and underplay companies’ success at creating this kind of mutually beneficial relationship with their employees.

As the authors put it, The Alliance is not just an argument that we need a new way of doing business. It’s a blueprint for how to actually do it. And here are the parts of the blueprint that particularly resonated with me.

The first is the concept of the “tour of duty.” Just as soldiers serve set rotations, doing one specific task for an allotted amount of time and then moving on to something else, employees can benefit from moving through a series of different challenges while staying at the same company.

The authors give as an example the experience of David Hahn, who, in nine years at LinkedIn, went through four different tours of duty and wound up as VP of Product. Along the way, as a manager, he encouraged members of whichever team he happened to be leading to rotate through their own tours. “At LinkedIn, the philosophy is to let our brightest go after areas that interest them, especially in areas where they will be a bit in over their head at first,” Hahn says in the book. “It’s been a great strategy to keep our most talented folks motivated and learning as fast as possible.”

At HuffPost we haven’t been calling them “tours of duty” — though we will now, now that I’ve read The Alliance — but in fact, we have many examples of editors and other employees who have been through multiple tours of duty in the company during our nine years of life. For example, there’s Whitney Snyder, who started as my research assistant, went on to launch our sports vertical, then became Front Page Editor and is now Executive News Editor. Or Jimmy Soni, who started as my chief of staff, then became Managing Editor and is now off to India to launch HuffPost India. Or Nico Pitney, who was Politics Editor, then National Editor, then D.C. Bureau Chief, then Managing Editor before taking a year off to travel around the world (does this count as a tour duty, or is it purely a tour of pleasure?) and returning as Head of Product.

The tour-of-duty framework helps companies keep their best talent because it helps the employees build their personal brand. Yes, “personal brand” can be an overused term, but acknowledging that employees have an idea of their personal brand is an important sign of this new relationship of mutual trust.

And it’s also a great way of articulating and enhancing a way of operating that almost all startups share: the fact that, especially at the beginning, everybody does everything. That can be chaotic sometimes, but, if you channel it, it can also give a company a huge edge.

The authors identify three different kinds of tours of duty. Most common at the entry level is the rotational tour. The transformational tour is more intense and more personalized and is based on the idea that the employee will “have the opportunity to transform both his career and the company.” And then there’s the foundational tour, which is based on “exceptional alignment of employer and employee” and is the tour that CEOs and most senior managers are on.

There are many companies that use the tour system informally, but also some that have institutionalized it. The authors note that at Cisco, where a Talent Connection program helps staffers find new challenges inside the company, career-development satisfaction is up by nearly 20 percent.

But it’s important, as the authors note, to stop expecting that the company’s sense of purpose and the employee’s sense of purpose will be one and the same thing. People have passions and find meaning outside work (which, I would argue, is a very good thing). Alignment means that companies should find where their sense of purpose and meaning overlaps with that of their employees and nurture that commonality. And, as a sign of respect and trust, they should also help their employees fulfill their sense of purpose even where it doesn’t overlap with that of the company.

Corporate giving and volunteering programs can help give employees a sense of well-being and satisfaction, which makes them better employees even when that well-being comes from activities that have nothing to do with their jobs.

Another concept in the book that rang especially true to me was about the importance of establishing alumni networks. “Lifetime employment might be over,” the authors write, “but a lifetime relationship remains the ideal.” And creating alumni networks is great for both employers and employees. The authors note that LinkedIn, Tesla, YouTube, Yelp and SpaceX were all created by alumni of PayPal. That’s an alumni network that’s also an awfully valuable resource.

In addition to serving as sources of ongoing “network intelligence” and expertise, alumni networks facilitate bringing back “boomerang” employees (those who leave for a while and then come back). Just off the top of my head, I can think of 10 boomerangers who left HuffPost to go to Forbes, the Financial Times and Marie Claire, among other places, before coming back. They are, as the authors write, a unique resource, because they already know the culture and values of the place and acquire new skills in their intervening tours of duty.

Reading this part of the book, I realized how much HuffPost has made use of its alumni network without yet formalizing it. My co-founder Kenny Lerer and our former CEO Eric Hippeau now run Lerer Hippeau Ventures and have helped grow the New York startup ecosystem by investing in companies as varied as Betaworks (whose bitly link shortener we use on HuffPost) and Warby Parker (where I get my glasses). On my book tour for Thrive, I had a great time being interviewed on YouTube Nation by HuffPost Live alum Jacob Soboroff, while Alicia Menendez, who now has her own show on Fusion, joined our Thrive conference and moderated a panel with me on millennial stress at Northwestern University. And Mike Hogan, our former Executive Culture Editor, is now running digital at Vanity Fair and helped get one of our editors into the Vanity Fair afterparty after the White House Correspondents’ Dinner (so there are not just substantive advantages but fun perks to alum networks!).

A study discussed in the book found that only 15 percent of businesses surveyed had created official alumni networks, but 67 percent had employees who had created unofficial networks — a sign of how useful they are.

What’s also great about The Alliance is how it gives concrete ways to implement these ideas. For example, the authors provide templates for creating a statement of alliance between employers and employees, and specific steps and language for creating different kinds of tours of duty. Of course, every company is different, but the challenges that have changed — and, in many cases, severely damaged — the relationship between employer and employee are fairly universal. And the authors’ solutions to not only weather these challenges but take advantage of them are just as universal. As Hoffman, Casnocha and Yeh put it, “Today, entrepreneurial thinking and doing are the most important capabilities companies need from their employees. As the competitive pace increases, it becomes more and more critical.”

Even if Washington weren’t so hopelessly polarized and gridlocked, many of the problems that have been created by technology and the pace of change would be beyond policy: our own pace of life, the inability to resist technology’s siren call to be wired and “on” all the time, entire industries being “disrupted” (another overused term, the downside of which is often given attention). That’s why, as The Alliance makes clear, it’s so important to redefine our relationship to work:

Improving the microcosm of workplace relationships can have a major impact on society — job by job, team by team, company by company. The alliance may seem like a small thing next to macroeconomic proposals like overhauling the education system or reforming our regulatory regime, but it’s a small thing we can all adopt today that will generate big cumulative returns in the years to come.

It’s not a murder mystery or a thriller, but The Alliance (which does sound like a thriller), by showing us the way out of a model that’s no longer working, is the form of escapism we desperately need.
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States Lead On Minimum Wage. Is Congress Listening?

Ed. note: This is cross-posted on the U.S. Department of Labor Blog. See the original post here.

Congress is back in session this week, and if members have been listening to their constituents they will move quickly to raise the federal minimum wage, which has lost 20 percent of its purchasing power since the 1980s. But absent action from Capitol Hill, states are taking up the slack.

In March, President Obama and I visited Central Connecticut State University with four New England governors who are leading the charge to reward hard work with a fair wage. Three weeks after our visit, Gov. Dannel Malloy of Connecticut signed a bill raising Connecticut’s minimum wage. And in the last month alone, Govs. Peter Shumlin of Vermont, Deval Patrick of Massachusetts and − as recently as last Wednesday − Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island have followed suit.

President Barack Obama delivers remarks on the minimum wage at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, Connecticut

President Barack Obama delivers remarks on the minimum wage at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, Connecticut. He is joined by Gov. Dannel Malloy of Connecticut; Labor Secretary Thomas Perez, Gov. Peter Shumlin of Vermont, Gov. Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island and Gov. Deval Patrick of Massachusetts.

March 5, 2014.

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Hillary Clinton Flaunts Her Surveillance State Baggage

Who is the true patriot, Hillary Clinton or Edward Snowden? The question comes up because Clinton has gone all out in attacking Snowden as a means of burnishing her hawkish credentials, eliciting Glenn Greenwald’s comment that she is “like a neocon, practically.”

On Friday in England, Clinton boasted that two years ago she had favored a proposal by a top British General to train 100,000 “moderate” rebels to overthrow the Assad regime in Syria, but Obama had turned her down. The American Thatcher? In that same interview with the Guardian she also managed to get in yet another shot against Snowden for taking refuge in Russia “apparently under Putin’s protection,” unless, she taunted, “he wishes to return knowing he would be held accountable.”

Accountable for telling the truth that Clinton concealed during her tenure as secretary of state in the Obama Administration? Did she approve of the systematic spying on the American people as well as of others around the world, including the leaders of Germany and Brazil, or did she first learn of all this from the Snowden revelations?

On Saturday, a carefully vetted four-month investigation by the Washington Post based on material made available by Snowden revealed that while Clinton was in the government, the NSA had collected a vast trove of often intimate Internet correspondence and photos of innocent Americans, including many users of Facebook, Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and other leading Internet companies. The Post reported many files “described as useless by the [NSA] analysts but nonetheless retained … have a voyeuristic quality. They tell stories of love and heartbreak, illicit sexual liaisons, mental-health crises, political and religious conversions, financial anxieties and disappointed hopes.”

The Post concluded after four months of reviewing the documents and checking with government agencies that the material supplied by Snowden was invaluable in evaluating the NSA program: “No government oversight body, including the Justice Department, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, intelligence committees in Congress or the President’s Privacy and Civil Oversight Board, has delved into a comparably large sample of what the NSA actually collects–not only from its targets but from people who may cross a target’s path.”

Did Secretary of State Clinton know that such massive spying on the American people was going on and, if not, why isn’t she grateful that Snowden helped to enlighten her? With her scurrilous attacks on Snowden, Hillary Clinton is either a fool or a liar.

Too harsh? Consider her continued insistence that Snowden could have addressed his concerns over the massive NSA spying on Americans and the rest of the world by going through normal channels instead of turning over the documents as he has entrusted to respected news organizations that won the Pulitzer Prize for their efforts.

In an April speech at the University of Connecticut, Clinton said of Snowden: “When he absconded with all of that material, I was puzzled, because we have all these protections for whistleblowers.” That is simply not true; Snowden as a contractor to the government is not entitled to the federal protections that cover federal employees. But even those federal employees have found scant protection under the Obama Administration in their attempt to blow the whistle on national security practices.

As secretary of state in an administration that has charged three times as many Americans with violations of the draconian Espionage Act than all preceding presidents combined, Clinton must know that the Obama Justice Department has effectively moved to silence whistleblowers from stating their case in court.

They even tried to prevent Thomas Drake, an honored NSA employee charged under the Espionage Act, from even using the words “whistleblower” or “First Amendment” in his defense. Drake had taken his concerns over NSA’s violation of the law to the Defense Department Inspector General and the congressional intelligence committees of both houses of Congress, but that did not stop the Obama Administration, when Clinton was in the cabinet, from prosecuting him under the Espionage Act for talking to the press. The government’s case collapsed with a federal judge calling it “unconscionable” that Drake had been put through “four years of hell.”

Hilary Clinton knows just how selective the Obama Administration has been in punishing whistleblowers who expose government violations of the Constitution. Obama made a political decision not to hold accountable any of those involved in the torture program conducted during the Bush years but zealously prosecuted CIA veteran John Kiriakou under the Espionage Act for publicly revealing and condemning one of the most horrendous episodes in the nation’s history.

Kiriakou, destroyed professionally and financially for his efforts to hold the torturers accountable, plea-bargained for the 30-month sentence he is currently serving. Whistleblower Chelsea (formerly Bradley) Manning was given a far harsher sentence for revealing crimes in Iraq in a war that Hilary Clinton supported. If she asks for your vote, you might remind her of Kiriakou’s words before being imprisoned:

“The conviction of Bradley Manning under the 1917 Espionage Act and the US Justice Department’s decision to file espionage charges against NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden under the same act are yet further examples of the Obama administration’s policy of using an iron fist against human rights and civil liberties activists. President Obama has been unprecedented in his use of the Espionage Act to prosecute those whose whistleblowing he wants to curtail.

“The purpose of an Espionage Act prosecution, however, is not to punish a person spying for the enemy, selling secrets for personal gain, or trying to undermine our way of life. It is to ruin the whistleblower, personally, professionally and financially. It is meant to send a message to anybody else considering speaking truth to power: challenge us and we will destroy you.”

That is the message that Hillary Clinton seeks to send to Edward Snowden. Remind her of that when she asks for your vote.
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What Death Taught Me About Life: 5 Inspirational Lessons

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It was 3 a.m. when I opened my eyes and felt like my body had been hit by a Mack truck. I was in the guest bedroom of my parents’ home in Ohio. As I became conscious, I recalled the previous day’s unseemly events — selecting a casket, shopping for a black suit for my mother, and a surreal slew of other revolting tasks my sister and I completed with robotic formality as silent screams reverberated through my 28-year-old mind. Then I remembered — my father had died following a routine surgery.

My body ached with sadness from head to toe as I got up to go to my father’s moonlit den. I picked up a paper and pen with my hands, leadened with grief, and began to write his eulogy. Tears streamed down my face as the words flowed out of my heart and through the pen until the paper was filled. I wrote the eulogy from beginning to end without changing a word. In retrospect, I believe this is because in my grief-stricken state, I was stripped down to my most vulnerable and authentic self. The message I wanted to deliver was easily accessed from my soul and downloaded to the paper.

At the funeral, I heard the click clack of my heals on the stone floor as I walked alone to the altar and up to the podium, relieved I was standing when I feared I would crumble. As I recited the eulogy, I heard a somber strength in the timbre of my voice as I looked into the mass of saddened faces. When I finished, I returned to my seat, where my husband hugged me and my mother and three siblings thanked me through matching sets of blue-gray eyes, all overflowing with tears.

“Beautiful, Joyce,” I recall the priest saying after taking a long pause. He noted that while my father had achieved a Harvard MBA and an impressive career as a corporate executive, I had mentioned none of that. The things I had mentioned included things about who he was as a man and as a father — things that mattered to me. For example:

*My father was masterful at packing the trunk of our car for our annual family vacation to Cape Code. He meticulously arranged the luggage for all six of us, ensuring there still was room for the board games and the volleyball for us to play with together.

*My dad told me I could be whatever I wanted to be. He asked me often if I was happy, because that was important to him.

*He almost always said yes to playing cards with his children or grandchildren (we had to put up with his corny jokes and bad puns, but he would play…)

Those who knew him best thanked me for capturing his essence. Others thanked me for reminding them of what is important and inspiring them to be better. For me, the eulogy experience was a critical beginning to my grief process — one that continues to ebb and flow, in different ways, many moons later.

Since then, I have lost others whom I have loved deeply.

Most paramountly, my mother passed away when I was 36. She had a brain tumor and died seven weeks after diagnosis. My children were small, and I watched her deteriorate from living a full life as an involved grandmother to unable to walk or speak, to death, all in under two months. I experienced complicated grief for months, if not more than a year, after hear death.

A year ago, I lost my dear friend, Carrie, to breast cancer. It was powerfully heartbreaking and high honor to be part of a circle of women whom she entrusted to process her feelings about her impending death and to establish a plan to support her husband and kids following her passing. (I was asked to give her daughter advice about love and relationships.)

Most regrettably, I’ve also supported friends who have endured unimaginable losses: one who buried an infant and one who buried an adult child. There are no words.

Through my personal experiences of love and loss, and through 20 years of counseling countless clients through theirs, I have learned the following truths:

1) Life is truly a gift. We’re probably all guilty at times of viewing time as an obstacle we need to hunker down and get through (e.g., “Isn’t it the end of the workday yet?” “I just need to get through this year…”) Death reminds us that life is precious, temporary and not to be taken for granted or begrudged. A daily practice of gratitude such as a meditation, affirmation or journal entry is a great way to stay positive and aligned with the awareness of the awesome gift of life.

2) You are not your resume. While our academic and career accomplishments bring knowledge and experiences, it is our choices that define our character and bring wisdom. When somebody one day gives your eulogy, it is doubtful your GPA or workplace title will be cited. What will be remembered is how you made people feel, so be mindful of being present in your relationships and be your best self.

3) The present moment is where life occurs. We all ruminate about the past and worry about the future. Death reminds us that all we have for certain is right now and re-calibrates our values. Don’t waste your life second guessing your past or waiting to live your life. Live life passionately and fearlessly. Live today and every day to its fullest, brilliant magnificence. Laugh with abandon. (Even in the last weeks of my mother’s life, my sisters and I experienced moments with her where we were overcome by fits of hysterical laughter together. I’m grateful we seized those precious opportunities for connection and hold those memories close to my heart.)

4) Loss can bring unexpected and enormous blessings. Hardships are opportunities for growth. Unimaginable losses are openings for the soul to receive healing love from new sources. In my practice and in my own journey, I have been awed and inspired by the resiliency of the human spirit. You never know how strong you are until you endure the unendurable. While it may be impossible to understand our losses, I believe all people come in our lives for a reason, setting our lives on the correct trajectory for our psycho-spiritual development. Notice the blessings you have received from your losses and be grateful for the ways those experiences have carved wisdom and depth into your being.

5) Love is the currency of life. In our culture, we place far too much value on achievement, money, possessions and beauty. Love is what matters and what is remembered. It is LOVE that connects us to one another and to the world around us, in life and beyond.

“FORGIVE quickly,

KISS slowly,

LOVE truly,

LAUGH uncontrollably.”

– James Dean

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The Human Brain Has An On-Off Switch For Consciousness, Scientists Say

Turning off the mind could be as easy as flicking a switch.

That’s what doctors at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., inadvertently discovered while evaluating a 54-year-old woman with epilepsy. The researchers realized that by using electrodes to deliver tiny jolts of electricity to a particular region of the woman’s brain, they could control her consciousness almost as if they had an on-off switch.

While neurologists have in the past used electrodes to evaluate the function of various brain regions, this was the first time such a reaction had been observed.

Dr. Mohamad Koubeissi and his team observed the phenomenon while mapping electrodes implanted in the woman’s brain as part of an attempt to determine the origin of her seizures. They activated the electrodes one by one, sending a pulse of electricity to various brain areas. When they stimulated a sheet-like area of neurons called the claustrum, Koubeissi noticed something odd: rather than responding to commands, the woman was just staring blankly into space.

“The patient had a complete arrest of volitional behavior,” Koubeissi told The Huffington Post, adding that when they stopped stimulating the region, “she had absolutely no idea what had happened.”

To confirm that the patient had indeed lost consciousness rather than just temporarily losing her ability to talk and move, the team asked the patient to repeat a word and snap her fingers before the stimulation began. Each time the electrode was turned on, the team observed the same result — the woman slowly lost consciousness and became unable to recall what had just happened.

“Whatever we stimulated is a key component in the networks that constitute consciousness,” Koubeissi told HuffPost Science.

Koubeissi said he’d like to do more research on this brain region but acknowledged that that’s difficult to do because implanting electrodes into the brain solely for the purpose of research is out of the question unless a specific clinical trial has been approved.

Koubeissi said he hoped to do similar studies on other patients with epilepsy who have electrodes implanted near the claustrum. In the meantime, he’s using the knowledge he’s gained from the case study to investigate whether stimulation of the claustrum, or a neighboring region, reduces seizures in animals.

The research was published online and is scheduled for publication in the August 2014 issue of Epilepsy & Behavior.
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The Ed Harris Handbook – Everything you need to know about Ed Harris

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Edward Allen “”Ed”" Harris (born November 28, 1950) is an American actor, writer, and director, known for his performances in Appaloosa, The Rock, The Abyss, Apollo 13, A Beautiful Mind, A History of Violence, and The Truman Show.Harris has also narrated commercials for The Home Depot and other companies. This book is your ultimate resource for Ed Harris. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, photos, and much more. In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about his Early life, Career and Personal life right away: Coma (film), Borderline (1980 film), Knightriders, Dream On!, Creepshow, The Right Stuff (film), Under Fire (film), Swing Shift (film), Places in the Heart, Code Name: Emerald, Alamo Bay, Sweet Dreams (1985 film), Walker (film), To Kill a Priest, Jacknife, The Abyss, State of Grace (film), Paris Trout, Glengarry Glen Ross (film), The Firm (1993 film), Needful Things, Milk Money (film), China Moon, The Stand (TV miniseries), Nixon (film), Apollo 13 (film), Just Cause (film), The Rock (film), Eye for an Eye (1996 film), Absolute Power (film), Stepmom (film), The Truman Show, The Third Miracle, Pollock (film), The Prime Gig, Waking the Dead (film), A Beautiful Mind (film), Buffalo Soldiers (film), Enemy at the Gates, The Hours (film), Radio (film), The Human Stain (film), Masked and Anonymous, Empire Falls (TV miniseries), Winter Passing, A History of Violence (film), Two Tickets to Paradise (film), Copying Beethoven, Gone Baby Gone, Cleaner (film), National Treasure: Book of Secrets, Touching Home, Appaloosa (film), Once Fallen, The Way Back, Call of Duty: Black Ops, That’s What I Am, Man on a Ledge. Contains selected content from the highest rated entries, typeset, printed and shipped, combining the advantages of up-to-date and in-depth knowledge with the convenience of printed books. A portion of the proceeds of each book will be donated to the Wikimedia Foundation to support their m

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