Women Still Confront Yawning Gender Wage Gap (Study)

April 16, 2012

Women Still Confront Yawning Gender Wage Gap (STUDY) NEW YORK, April 17 (Reuters) – In most common occupations  women still make less than men doing the same job for an equal  amount of hours, according to new data released on Tuesday. Overall they earn 77 cents for each dollar made annually... Read more »

The Invisible Homeless

Orie Frazer
February 6, 2012

We all are aware of the homeless.  We see them on the street or holding a sign.  Some of us give food or money, and others dismiss them as beggars.  They come from all walks of life, and I’m sure many have a storied past of grandeur, and yet another set of events that led them to become part of... Read more »

Holiday Depression Can Be Worse For Vets

Orie Frazer, Staff Writer
December 8, 2011

HOLIDAY DEPRESSION CAN BE WORSE FOR VETS By: Orie Frazer   Are you one of many who get depressed at the nearing of the holidays?  The stress and pressure experienced during the so-called “most wonderful time of the year” can be difficult, and for many of our veterans it is not a time of cheer. ... Read more »

Holiday Depression Can Be Worse for Vets

Orie Frazer
December 7, 2011

Are you one of many who get depressed at the nearing of the holidays?  The stress and pressure experienced during the so-called “most wonderful time of the year” can be difficult, and for many of our veterans it is not a time of cheer.  Many of our service personnel are hit hard by holiday depression,... Read more »