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Secretary Tom Perez: “On Labor Day”

This afternoon, Labor Secretary Tom Perez sent the message below to the White House email list, asking people to add their name in support of raising the federal minimum wage.

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This Labor Day, I’m thinking about Austraberta.

I had breakfast at Austraberta Rodriguez’s home in Houston two weeks ago. She’s worked as a janitor for more than 30 years, and for most of that time, her wages put her below the poverty level. Every cent she’s earned has gone toward providing the basics for her children and grandchildren. Today, she’s still earning the minimum wage — which, in Texas, is just $ 7.25 an hour.

Austraberta Rodriguez with her grandchildren

Austraberta told me over breakfast that a national minimum wage increase would mean more bread for her family. She said a few more dollars an hour would be “incredible.” That raise wouldn’t just go toward making Austraberta’s life a little better. It would improve the odds for her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren too.

Austraberta’s struggle is our struggle. On Labor Day, we celebrate all workers nationwide who contribute to our strength and prosperity. Because whether you made the burger or someone served it to you, whether you’re driving the bus or riding on it, whether you’re sweeping the floor or working in the clean office, you have a part to pla​y.

So today, if you’re ready for a country that does right by Austraberta and the nearly 28 million Americans who stand to benefit from a $ 10.10 minimum wage, then honor them by adding your name here.

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Why President Obama’s Visit to Estonia Really Matters

This post was co-authored with András Simonyi.

President Obama’s brief stopover in Tallinn en route to the NATO Summit in Wales this week couldn’t have been be any timelier. Showing up in person matters a lot to the Balts who are increasingly feeling the heat after Russia’s invasion of Crimea and subsequent aggression in Eastern Ukraine. But besides reaffirming strong U.S. support for the security of its Baltic allies, Obama should also praise Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania for their strong commitment to democracy, human freedom and economic liberalism. Doing so would send an important message to other countries in Central and Eastern Europe who are now struggling to adopt a similar path.

While Putin is tightening his power grip at home in Russia and being increasingly expansionist abroad, unfortunately several Central European allies are now sliding back to a semi-authoritarian system. A very dangerous prospect. Rather than seeking to decouple themselves from Russia, Hungary — once the champion of democratic reforms and transatlantic integration — but also Slovakia and even the Czech Republic as well are instead risking becoming more vulnerable to Moscow’s economic and political influence. They should know better, given their experience of Russia crushing their hopes for freedom: in Hungary in 1956 and in Czechoslovakia in 1968.

The Baltic states in comparison — along with Poland — stand out as a remarkable example of successful post-Communist transition. The three Baltic states all share painful memories of the not-too-distant Soviet occupation, but unlike their Central and Eastern Europe neighbors they are continuing on the necessary albeit sometimes painful path towards democracy and economic liberalism. Underpinning this progress is the Baltic states’ steadfast commitment for Euro-Atlantic integration combined with assistance from the U.S. and the Nordic countries.

The result is clearly visible. While Much of Central, Eastern and Southern Europe still struggle with inefficient welfare systems, bureaucracy, economic stagnation, massive debt, rising populism and extremism, political dysfunction and a lack of innovation, the Baltic states are enjoying a stable and efficient political system, strong individual freedoms, low corruption, rising prosperity and innovative economies.

Although they were hit hard by the global financial crisis, their economic recovery has been faster than the European average. All three Baltic states are now projected to soon see steady positive economic growth. Their economies also benefit from being highly integrated with the Nordic countries — another successful European region.

Estonia is now something of a “European Silicon Valley”. Boosted by highly educated, IT-literate and multi-lingual workforce, the country has given birth to an impressive number of IT start-ups — including the global giant Skype now owned by Microsoft and TransferWise, a global cross-currency money transfer site. Estonia’s President has also been a strong champion of “e-governance”, which the country is a world leader on.

On foreign policy matters, the Baltic states punch above their weight when it comes to contributing to NATO missions. For a while, Estonia had the highest causality per capita rates during the ISAF operation in Afghanistan. Estonia is also one of the few European NATO allies that spend more than 2 percent of the GDP on defense — something that the U.S. has strongly encouraged the rest of the alliance to do.

Poland, once the laggard of the region, is pursuing a similar path. A decade ago, the country was still struggling to shake off the remnants of its post-Communist past. Today, its fast-growing economy is the sixth largest in the EU. It has also developed a fully-fledged democratic system, tackled bad governance and corruption, and embraced tolerance and an outward-looking perspective.

During his meeting in Tallinn with the three Baltic leaders, President Obama should offer unwavering U.S. support for their security. This includes supporting the idea that NATO should “preposition” troops and other defense assets in Eastern Europe on a permanent basis. This, together with other efforts already underway, would help serve as a bulwark against potential Russian aggressions. Obama should also pledge to bring U.S.-made Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) to Europe as a way to boost the continent’s energy security from Russia in the short to medium term.

But these efforts alone, however, will not be enough to prevent Russia from continuing to exert its influence on Central and Eastern Europe. As long as the very essence of their societies remains vulnerable, Moscow will try to exploit it. What is needed therefore is a concerted Western effort to strengthen the resilience of Central and Eastern European societies to withstand Moscow’s pressure and present a viable alternative to “Putinism”. To do this, a heavy dose of democracy, free market liberalism, tolerance and openness should be prescribed. Here, the Baltic countries stand out as a beacon of hope in the midst of turbulent times in Europe.

In Tallinn, President Obama must show passion and commitment to Central and Eastern Europe, and to the transatlantic relationship and the common values it represents. While words are hardly enough to push back on Russian aggression, his statements carry significant symbolic value. He cannot be ambiguous about U.S. support for the Baltic countries.

When Air Force One takes off from the Estonian capital, Vladimir Putin and his admirers should feel a bit less confident about their illiberal ideals.
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Advice to a 20-Year-Old Self

Yesterday I was asked by a young Buddhist, “What advice would you give to your 20-year-old self, when you were just starting on the path?” I answered, Zen doesn’t mean that nothing matters. Money matters, work matters, every little interaction matters.

Don’t go out with people just because you feel lonely. Choose wisely and learn self-discipline. But don’t get too uptight or earnest! Have fun and let your hair down, too. Yes I know this advice is contradictory — that’s why it’s hard. But it’s worth it.

When you have ideas, don’t dismiss them or hide them because you’re afraid. Take them as seriously as you would take anyone’s ideas. Be proud of them and bring them forward. You are talented. Use it to serve.

There isn’t always a right answer. Sometimes you’ll just have to muddle through, so you might as well enjoy the scenery while you’re there. Do the thing you think is right, and then if the landscape changes up ahead, it’s okay to adjust.

Try not to chop and change so much. A little boredom won’t kill you. It doesn’t matter whether you become Secretary General of the U.N. or a plumber. When you work throw yourself into it completely, but be open-minded about what work that might be — especially at this stage. What matters is that it is your job, that you take pride in it and that you do your best. No matter what you do, you will touch people’s lives. Don’t underestimate the value of that.

Don’t be afraid to make mistakes. When you make mistakes, don’t cover them up — own up, and then move on. Be humble — but don’t suffer low self-esteem. At your age, simply aim to be cheerful and to learn. Ask until you find mentors, and absorb everything you can from them. People are basically kind; there is nothing to be afraid of.

Despite appearances, consider everyone a friend at heart. It’s a bit of an art to do this without being a doormat… You’ll figure it out. Don’t be afraid to be close to people. Whatever arises — and I mean anything — you can find a way to work with it.

Make criticism your friend. It might be clumsily given, but in your own mind you can make it constructive. Whether you’re given criticism or a compliment, say “Thank you.”

Be kind and generous even if the world is falling apart around you, but don’t bend over backwards to make people like you. Some people will like you, some won’t. That’s the way things will always be.

The world really looks like the way you are inside.

Treasure your body. It seems indestructible, but one day it will age and you’ll care then.

The purpose and great challenge of our lives is to be ourselves completely — but you can’t second guess what that is. All you can do is nurture yourself, and let it unfold gently. That process is never-ending — so you’ll need to develop patience and steadfastness.

The world is complicated. There are people directing charities who are self-centered, and there are bankers who are compassionate. (If you’re wondering why I took bankers as an example, it’s because in future a lot of people are going to hate them!) Human nature typically needs someone to blame. Keep seeing through it.

People who try to take advantage are in the minority. It’s true that almost everyone has an agenda — but that agenda is simply that everyone wants to be loved. It’s just that it expresses itself in twisted ways sometimes. Sometimes even friends will try to put you down, in the smallest most insidious ways. Never believe such stupidity. Brush it off, tell them the truth if you think it’ll help, and move on.

Yes there is “true love.” It will be almost everything you hoped it would, and more. But you can’t make it happen, it won’t look like you imagine it will, and it won’t miraculously make everything okay. So don’t waste your time going looking for it.

Sometimes it will feel like you have nothing. But that won’t be true. Look carefully, and find your passion again. I know Zen seems to say that passion is not the way to go, but if it’s about passion for life and you have an honest heart, it is.

Don’t be angry at life for always throwing you a new challenge. You like to think that if only life stood still, we could all be happy and safe forever; there’d be no loss or pain. But change is movement, and movement is life itself. Do you see? Without constant change, we’d be dead. Embrace each challenge, and you’ll suffer less.

You can enjoy fashion without being vain, and things without being greedy. So long as you keep your priorities straight, do it for fun, and are willing to let go, it helps keep people like you grounded and happy. You weren’t meant to be a monk — so stop trying to act like one.

Don’t neglect the dishes. Try to get enough sleep most nights. Smile every day. Keep your promises, even if others don’t. Enjoy the little things: They add up. You will be very surprised at how deeply, earth-shatteringly not-boring moderation is.

Your heart will break, more than once. I’m really sorry. I wish that weren’t so. If it’s any consolation, vets have a saying that if you leave all of a cat’s bones in the same room, when you turn your back the bones will uncannily find their own way back together and re-assemble themselves in perfect order. Hearts are like that too. Nothing that is real, can be lost.

Sometimes you will wonder if there is more to life. The answer is yes, a million times yes. When you feel like it, find a Zen monastery that you can learn from. Enlightened people exist all over the world, right now. It’s not mythical, a thing from the past, or only in Japan. It’s possible for everyone, and it doesn’t conflict with ambition or with ordinary life. Actually it’s a part of ordinary life — of your life.

Follow your heart and know that you are loved — especially when it looks like you are all alone.
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Two Williams Suicides

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Robin Williams (1951-2014) Michael D. Williams (pictured with author) (1973-1997)

With Robin Williams’ shocking and devastating suicide, it brought up in me (as I am sure in many others) a great deal of feelings — things yet unresolved, ghosts of the past, visions of a different way of carrying out our lives and a grief — insurmountable it seems — at how isolated this American culture is, and how we continue to stigmatize and play Barbie (e.g., treat something superficially) regarding the sincere health crisis of mental illness.

I have had relationships with two men with the surname of Williams who completed suicide — one, my fiancé. The other, someone I never met, but for whom I felt the most sincere love and appreciation for the gut laughter he brought up in me, and billions, time and again over decades. The former, Michael D. Williams (1973-1997) and the latter, of course, you know.

When I was born, in the days following, I recently learned that my own mother attempted on her own life.

In the aftermath of such loss, I too for a brief time understood the sorrow that seems to have no end and felt rebuke for such a world that would cast out people who share so much light with such animosity and flippancy.

Perhaps the root of what we are all asking right now starts with: “Why?” Why would someone so beloved, so kind, someone so talented and so able to lift us up and be there, truly, whether Michael or Robin — not famous or world famous — both influential in their circles at an exceptional level — why would it end this way? Why would there be such a hole, where to the outside world there is such beauty?

Someone said to me a long time ago, in the wake of Michael’s death, “You can’t ask why. The would ofs, the should ofs, the could ofs will make you crazy. You have to let them go.” To that I felt both a sense of wisdom and one of impossibility. It was not in my nature to simply toss off why suicide would be a viable option — and such a drastic, unexpected, utterly devastating one for all those left behind.

But the fact is that we don’t legitimately evaluate depression and mental illness, nor do we form a true support system for those who are experiencing it. In fact, at least 20 percent of our prison population is mentally ill. Prisons have become de facto asylums. Seventy percent of youth in juvenile justice systems have at least one mental health condition and again, at least 20 percent live with a severe mental illness.

To be not OK became very much not OK a long time ago, in the massive drive for progress and profit, for caffeine-driven success stories, for a society that has literally itself gone mad in its rush for success and in its blind progress that is plowing over our sacred Earth.

Until we begin to give full respect to brain disorders as legitimate illnesses we will continue to be left in the wake of these tremendous losses. And even then, our neurochemistry — our very brains — are perhaps the last frontier we’ve yet to fully understand. Our medical science has made great progress, and yet we stand deluded in the face of mental illnesses and treat them, dumb them down, and cast out those who display symptoms that we can’t frame with our neat and tidy little DSM manuals.

And we pretend that everything is hunky dory. That we are this land of the free. That even though we live in isolated single family units and drive — singly — our little cars to work five days a week and back, and only rarely have free time to explore nature agenda-less, without a hungry-ghost need to buy, buy, buy, that it’s all progressing where we think it should. But it’s not. Simply it’s not. Are we kidding ourselves in thinking that our lives could not be more than what this U.S. corporation tells us? Do we really think that this is the best it is going to get? Why is it surprising that we have this strange irony of putting people — people just like ourselves, same needs, same wants, same hopes — up on pedestals, and then cringe when they fall?

How odd the nuance and paradox at play here in the American culture, and how devastating.

The Michael and Robin Williams I knew were sincere men. My mother was trying to kick her own fears and escape the past darkness laid upon her. Michael and Robin had a recipe not uncommon for those with creative genius, with authentic kindness — a sensitivity and a brilliance far surpassing what may be called typical. A magnetism that drew people in. An ability to shine light in lives and to make true connections. A fearlessness that signaled a faith in something greater than this reality. And yet, a dense and dark viscosity that was not helped by a fateful combination unique to each of them: neurochemistry, circumstance, culture, and soul, to name a few. For one, addiction was the cross to bear. For the other, a fear of repeating a perceived burden of depression on his family.

For both, an extraordinary life contributing, in the hours we contemplate what truly matters, to the light, affirming life, providing hope and faith’s augmentation, even in the dire darkness.

With this sadness I pray that we as a humanity look beyond our limited thinking, just as Einstein, just as Tesla, just as Copernicus, to the aspects of human experience that underlie such pain — to the very real brain illnesses that make people do things they normally wouldn’t do — to the contrasts we sit back aghast at and wonder — how could such light go down in such darkness. And then treat them and hold them with utmost respect and understanding.

Let us look as well at the cycles of intergenerational wounding and violence — some of it subtle, some of it not so, and how it informs our current generations. Let us also look from the lens that Indigenous cultures regard as old hat — that we are a significant but also small part of a much greater story: one that extends beyond this reality — one that is informed by experiences that our ancestors and relatives had long ago, and that healing and freedom can be non-linear, and expand beyond death’s doors. We can collectively address our own tendencies as humans to need dichotomy, separation, us/them, punishments and shame, in order for our learning to occur.

Viktor Frankl said, “What is to give light must endure burning.”

I believe we are progressing towards a place where, full circle, we are remembering who we are in the story — both as a collective and as individuals. But when there is suffering, and great loss, and our hands are tied, we stand at the precipice along with those we’ve lost.

And for that burning and that solitary confinement that these two Williams endured, although it was ultimately that they both were to leave of their own hand, it is the immensity of their love, their contributions to this world, that make them unforgettable across eternity.

I believe it would be both their wishes, and you can call me a blaspheme, that we learn something — sooner than later — from their lives, from the millions upon millions of lives that are the extraordinary, unfathomable paradoxes in our hearts — not here any longer, but so much here forevermore. The echoes of their lives call forth to make our “lives extraordinary,” and use losses like these for the catalyst that sparks an entirely new respect, and treatment, of depression, of the mentally ill, and of life as we know it in this American culture.

Have a story about depression that you’d like to share? Email strongertogether@huffingtonpost.com, or give us a call at (860) 348-3376, and you can record your story in your own words. Please be sure to include your name and phone number.

Need help? In the U.S., call 1-800-273-8255 for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
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Weekly Wrap Up: Women’s Equality Day, Our National Parks Turned 98, and More

This week, the White House celebrated Women's Equality Day, the National Park Service celebrated its 98th birthday, and President Obama addressed the American Legion, the nation's largest veteran service organization.

Check out what else you may have missed in this week's wrap up.

Women's Equality Day

This past Tuesday, the White House celebrated Women's Equality Day — commemorating the certification of the 19th Amendment on August 26, 1920, securing women's right to vote. Although we've made a lot of progress in the decades since, there is still much work to be done.

Throughout the day, White House economist Betsey Stevenson also took over the popular "I Love Charts" Tumblr blog to tell the story of the progress we’ve made in closing the earnings gap between women and men, and the challenges women still face in the workforce. See her charts here.

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24 Years Of America’s Unemployment Rate In 10 Seconds

The 2009 financial crisis wreaked havoc on American workers. This map gives a sense of just how dramatic its effect was on employment.

The map, created by data designer ‘Metric Maps’ and originally posted to Reddit, uses county-level data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to depict the annual unemployment rate for every county in the U.S. from 1990 to 2013. Relatively low unemployment in the late ’90s and early 2000s gives way to an explosion of red (denoting counties with an unemployment rate of 8 percent or greater) in 2009 following the crash.

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The Art of Swallowing

Although Hollywood may try to convince us otherwise, the truth is that relationships are not built on grand romantic gestures. They’re not even built on medium-sized ones. They are actually based on the tiny-but-cumulative acts of daily love within a partnership. The little things that make up a life of days.

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In my 20s, if you’d asked me, I would have listed fancy dinners, exciting dates and bunches of flowers as the indicia of a loving relationship. Now, however, it’s all about the little things — him listening to my 10th work story with a smile on his face, me making him breakfast in the morning, both of us picking up the bathmat when we’re done. When faced with the reality of domesticity and the drudge of the daily grind, the little acts of love are the important ones.

The flip-side of this is also true. I believe that the little gibes of annoyance and frustration that we sling at our partners may be the most damaging. It is not the dramatic fights and massive blow-ups, but the low-level bickering that hurts our relationships most.

Which is where the art of swallowing comes into play. (No, not that kind of swallowing!) What I’m talking about is this: perhaps the tiny barbs we swallow in the name of love may just be the grandest gestures of romance we have.

It is oh-so-easy to blurt out our frustrations and annoyances at our partner without a second thought. After all, they know us best, they are the ones we can be truly ourselves with, they’re not going to run away if we are a Right Royal Pain for a moment or two. So when the murkier elements of our personalities bubble to the surface from time to time (which is inevitable for all of us), our partners can be the most logical person to let it out on.

You know what I’m talking about. Picture this: You’ve been waiting for ages at the check-out counter, and although you’re far too ‘enlightened’ to take it out on the teenage cashier, you’re not above being extra snappy when your partner accidentally jostles you with the trolley. Or say you’ve had a really long day at work, and all you want to do is watch Game of Thrones in peace, but your partner keeps yapping on about their plans for the weekend. Or perhaps your partner has left the sodden bathmat on the floor for the 17th time that week, and you really want to let him have a piece of your mind.

All of us have these moments of frustration, annoyance, anger even. It’s human nature. But these little flashes can be incredibly destructive to a relationship. They are easy to fall into, they start out subtly, and their harmful effects are cumulative. What begins as insidious becomes ubiquitous, until those moments of bickering and contempt become the ever-present, accepted norm.

But these little moments can also be the key to massive growth. Both on a personal level, and within the relationship. They are the little cracks through which light can be allowed in, if only you will let it.

If we can work on becoming aware during those moments where our instinct is to lash out, we can start to create change. Instead of giving in to the urge, we can seek to swallow it, let it dissolve, and focus on something revolutionary: being polite to our partner.

Yes, polite. Politeness is an excellent yardstick to aim for: it is achievable, easily recognized and most of us have plenty of experience being polite in social interactions when we’d rather not be. When our innards are in conflict-mode, it can be difficult to make any sort of complex behavioral decision, but polite… polite, we can do. It is such a simple thing to aspire to, which actually gives me far more hope for its success than if it were a complicated philosophical theory requiring actual brain power.

Swallowing and politeness… Perhaps relationship bliss is that simple: swallowing an easy-to-fling, hard-to-retract jibe, and instead being polite. It might just bring us closer to the peace we crave, at very little cost.

Please note that in no way am I advocating swallowing abuse or covering up suffering — I firmly believe that honesty and openness are the pillars of a good relationship. It’s the trifles I’m talking about here — the tiny little bees in our petty little bonnets. The things that we look back on an hour or two later and wonder what the hell was wrong with us.

It’s these that I’m trying to swallow.

If we can perfect this art of swallowing and instead just be polite, well… it may just be the biggest gift of love we can give.
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Yes, I Was a Smoker

My mother was a gentle soul. In her best disciplinary voice, a whisper at most, used one time during my teenage years, she said, “Bill, I wish you would not smoke — it’s bad for you.”  

Mom was determined to get me to quit smoking and even took me to a smoking cessation class at the local hospital. She was smoker as well. Her cigarette of choice was Kent, the Asbestos-filtered cigarette once promoted and demonstrated at a Convention of the American Medical Association.

Despite Mom’s best intentions, our attendance at the class was short-lived. Our first and only class involved an explicitly chilling slide show of black lungs and people with tracheotomies smoking. Needless to say, we left early. We got in the car, lit up, and took the long way home. 

Mom was a self-conscious smoker. I recall her with a cigarette and ashtray in one hand and an industrial-size can of aerosol Lysol in the other, fumigating her trail of smoke. Of course, I don’t even need to explain the irony there — but my mom, like me, really struggled with the addiction to smoking. 

Smoking followed me into adulthood. Once, in my twenties, I told the owner of a local gym that if he would put ashtrays on the stationary bikes, I would ride more. Smoking ran my life, dictating everything — from what I did to where I went. I wouldn’t get in the car, I wouldn’t pick up the phone: nothing could be accomplished if there was not a cigarette to be found. Smoking permeated my whole life and took precedence over everything. At the peak of my habit, I burned through three packs a day and even got up in the middle of the night to smoke.

Even when Mom was in the throes of lung cancer, I would duck out of her hospital room to smoke while she fought to live. I was blind to the realities of my addiction. 

After my mom died, I remember being at Mass with my family and later lighting up in the parking lot of the church, only to have my sister admonish me, “how can you smoke after all this?” 

My mother understood how smoking controlled her life, and she did not want that for me. This is how addiction works — you are oblivious to reality and stealthy at dodging all those who confront you. 

When my son was born, he soon fell prey to a host of dangerous respiratory illnesses. Many times, we would be up all night or would sleep in hospitals as that little guy worked to breathe.  Then one day, his doctor asked if I smoked, and I said, “Yes, but only outside — never around the kids.” He told me it did not matter: I needed to shower before I picked up my son and needed to not wear clothes that I had smoked in. That was the last straw. I went home and threw away every ashtray, called my doctor, asked for a prescription for something that would keep me from getting anxious, and got the patch. From there, I proceeded to take up residence in my bed for the next few days, as I figured I needed to stay in the place where I was least likely to smoke cigarettes. 

Now, almost 19 years later, I am still a nonsmoker. Quitting did not happen overnight or in a flash, and I am grateful to my mother, who started the conversation in my childhood.

Like so many people, it’s not always easy for me to make healthy choices. One morning I will be drinking a green smoothie, and later that same day, I will be sitting at my computer eating strawberry Twizzlers as if I were stuffing a wood chipper.  Healthy choices for me — well, they don’t come easily. It’s work. 

My evolution from being a person who thought ashtrays on stationary exercise bicycles was a good idea into someone who, twenty years later, founded a cancer prevention organization, did not happen in the blink of an eye. Several people in my life who I loved, cherished, and adored have died from cancer.  

I founded Less Cancer to reach as many people as possible with the best information to engage individuals and communities to make healthy changes — just as my mother wanted for me. 

The work for less incidences of cancer comes with the understanding that people can — and do — change. 

Your past is not who you are and does not dictate your future when it comes to health. We can all up our game to reduce our risks for cancer. 
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Mensaje De La Casa Blanca

En el mensaje de esta semana, para celebrar el Día del Trabajo , el Secretario de Trabajo de EE.UU. Thomas Pérez honró los trabajadores de los Estados Unidos que han ayudado para que la economía crezca y han contribuido a nuestras industrias de la energía , la tecnología , la fabricación y de automóviles. Ese progreso se puede avanzar por aumentar el salario mínimo y luchar por las maneras de fortalecer la clase media.
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Weekly Address: This Labor Day, Let’s Talk About the Minimum Wage

President Barack Obama tapes the Weekly Address in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, Aug. 29, 2014.

President Barack Obama tapes the Weekly Address in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, Aug. 29, 2014.

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In this week’s address, the President wished Americans a happy Labor Day weekend, highlighted the important economic progress we’ve made, and reaffirmed his commitment to accelerate our progress and ensure that our growing economy fuels a strong middle class.

To do this, the President reiterated that Congress should do right by hardworking Americans across the country and raise the minimum wage, and he praised the 13 states and Washington, D.C. as well as employers large and small who have heeded his call and taken action to provide their citizens and employees a fair wage.

The President underscored that America built the world’s greatest middle class by making sure that everyone who’s willing to work hard and play by the rules can get ahead – an economic patriotism worth remembering this Labor Day, and every day.

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Ferguson Rally Marks 3 Weeks Since Michael Brown’s Death

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — Hundreds converged on Ferguson on Saturday to march for Michael Brown, the unarmed black 18-year-old who was shot and killed by a white police officer three weeks ago to the day. His death stoked national discourse about police tactics and race, which the rally’s organizers pledged to continue.

Led by Brown’s parents and other relatives, Saturday’s throng peacefully made their way down Canfield Drive in the St. Louis suburb to a makeshift memorial that marked the spot where Brown was shot Aug. 9 by Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson. “We know that his life is not going to be in vain,” the Rev. Spencer Booker of St. Louis’ St. Paul A.M.E. Church said into a megaphone, standing in the middle of the street amid candles, placards, stuffed animals and now-wilted flowers. “We know you’re going to even the score, God. We know you’re going to make the wrong right.”

Brown’s parents — mother Lesley McSpadden and father Michael Brown Sr. — encircled the memorial with other family members during prayers, including one by a Muslim clergy member.

Hours later, hundreds of protesters again gathered in front of the suburban police department and fire station, blocking the road. Fiery speeches by way of speakers mounted to a car gave way to another march, with chants of, “If we can’t have it, we’re shutting it down.” Some lobbed angry insults at Ferguson officers and state police who stood guard at a taped-off section of the city parking lot.

Wilson, a six-year police veteran, has not been charged. A St. Louis County grand jury is considering evidence in the case, and federal investigators are sorting out whether Brown’s civil rights were violated.

There was a muted police presence Saturday during the march, which began on a West Florissant Avenue stretch that became the nexus of nightly protests — some contentious and violent — and looting in the days after Brown’s death. Many of the businesses’ windows remain boarded up, though most have reopened. Missouri Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson, whom Missouri’s governor put in charge of security in Ferguson, was there, at times posing with rally attendees for selfies.

Saturday morning’s gathering included tailgaters and people hawking T-shirts memorializing Brown or featuring slogan, “Hands up, Don’t Shoot” — a phrase that reflects what witnesses have said Brown did in surrender before being shot. Police have said the shooting happened after a struggle between Brown and Wilson in Wilson’s patrol vehicle, though authorities have said little else, citing the investigations.

“We’re just three weeks into this, and this is only the beginning of this movement,” said Jerryl Christmas, a St. Louis attorney who helped lead Saturday’s march and others in the past. He’s intent on keeping Brown and the resulting turmoil and questions “in the forefront of America.”

“We want the president to come here. He remarked that he didn’t have a strategy for ISIS and Syria, but we need a strategy for urban America,” Christmas said. “The tragedy is this could have happened anywhere.”
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http://www.acrx.org -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release of the American Consultants Rx community service project which consist of millions of free discount prescription cards being donated to thousands of not for profits,hospitals,schools,churches,etc. in an effort to assist the uninsured,under insured,and seniors deal with the high cost of prescription drugs.

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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Shawn Colvin Opens Up About Living With Depression

Shawn Colvin’s song “Sunny Came Home” was all over the radio in the ’90s, but even in the face of mainstream success, the singer was facing a serious battle with depression.

“I stopped taking a bath,” she said on HuffPost Live on Friday. “To get from the bed to the bathtub is sometimes an impossible feat, so you know that, alongside getting to work — I’ve had to go to work when I’ve been depressed — well, depression is miserable. It’s like a pain. You can push through things, but it’s not living.”

The songstress recounted how, as a result of her depression, even the best efforts of her family and friends were often lost on her.

“If I was able to take in anything that was supportive, loving, compassionate, the horror of depression is that you’re void of thinking you’re worthy of any of that and you feel like a burden,” she said. “You feel like no one understands it, and you feel guilty about that. You feel like no one can help, and in fact, it’s very difficult for them to help, especially if they themselves haven’t been through it.”

She encouraged families and supporters of people with depression to read books by people who have also experienced the condition. “You can really get in the head of someone who can explain it from a perspective,” she said.

Go here to see more of HuffPost Live’s conversation with Shawn Colvin about depression.

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Here’s How Americans Spend Every Minute Of Their Days

How many Americans are shopping, watching TV or working at any given moment of the day?

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You can also see just how routines shift along age, gender and employment lines.

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Weekly Address: This Labor Day, Let’s Talk About the Minimum Wage

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More than 3.89 Million Records Released

In September 2009, the President announced that — for the first time in history — White House visitor records would be made available to the public on an ongoing basis. Today, the White House releases visitor records that were generated in May 2014. This release brings the total number of records made public by this White House to more than 3.89 million — all of which can be viewed in our Disclosures section.

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Philippines at a Crossroads: End of Aquino’s Popularity?

A key lesson in politics, especially among developing countries, is that everything is relative: It is difficult to develop a stable metric for assessing the performance of any particular administration without taking the context — that is to say, the set of circumstances that enable and constrain political change and human agency — into consideration.

Each administration inherits a set of challenges and achievements from a previous administration, and, sometimes, popular views with respect to any particular leader will largely depend on PR strategy and media coverage. If one adopts an absolute, eternal set of standards to assess political leaders in troubled nations, particularly newly-democratizing nations in the developing world, there would be hardly any room for cautious optimism and political hope.

The advent of “autocratic nostalgia” — thanks to supporters of past dictatorships, who brazenly launch revisionist campaigns to extol (artificially-reconstructed) images of the past — is an extreme, troubling reflection of the relativist nature of modern politics across the developing world. From Cairo to Jakarta and Manila, it isn’t difficult to find people who would passionately recall the supposed “good old days” under, say, Mubarak, Suharto or Marcos. The virtues of the past, imaginary and real, tend to be seen through our frustrations with present circumstances.

But the aspirational middle classes across many emerging markets, especially in post-autocratic regimes with free and vibrant media, have become disillusioned with naysayers and cynical pundits, who do little but to lambast any seating leader without much contextualization and appreciation of short- and medium-term gains. In the 21st century, a growing proportion of informed citizens have come to oppose not only crude state propaganda, but also irresponsible, sensationalist punditry — divorced from shifting sands of the time and unappreciative of the importance of political hope for democratic mobilization.

It is precisely for the above reasons that it is very difficult to provide a purely objective assessment of President Benigno Aquino III, who has been praised in the Philippines and around the world for his supposedly sincere commitment to good governance and democratic reform.

One could argue, nevertheless, that whether you agree with the Aquino administration or not, it is undeniable that the Philippines has managed to achieve a semblance of success in recent years, especially when seen against the backdrop of political mayhem and sputtering growth under the two previous administrations. And unlike the Ramos administration (1992-1998), widely seen as one of the more respectable Filipino governments in recent memory, the Aquino administration, which came to power in 2010 on a vigorous anti-corruption agenda, has largely shunned mindless privatization schemes, which explain the exorbitant electricity and water costs in the Philippines today — major impediment to large-scale inflow of Greenfield investments and the much-needed revival of our manufacturing sector.

There are, however, also growing reasons to worry about the country, as President Aquino struggles to reconcile his moral crusade with the Machiavellian exigencies of Philippine politics.

A Dose of Sobriety

Obviously, the Southeast Asian country confronts daunting challenges, and the Philippines’ (overrated) economic performance is far from resembling any genuine Tiger economy, as many analysts naively claim, especially when one looks at the dismal inelasticity of poverty and unemployment rates in recent years. The Aquino administration has, so far, also fallen short of fulfilling its initial promise of an infrastructure bonanza to fuel the Philippines’ economic expansion. The economic picture is more hopeful, but growth has been far from inclusive. Budget cuts in the education sector, meanwhile, have led to the dramatic decline of the Philippines’ leading universities’ rankings in international surveys. This could seriously affect the country’s ability to attract high-end foreign investments, which demand a large pool of qualified, skilled labor to handle sophisticated technology and takeover important mid-to-high level management levels in local subsidiaries of multi-national companies.

For sure, many of Aquino’s critics have been sometimes unfair by placing unreasonable expectations on a government that struggles to mobilize a creaking state apparatus, which has been enervated by a century of institutionalized corruption and patronage politics. Aquino managed to show enough sincerity and pull off sufficient accomplishments to retain extraordinarily high approval ratings halfway into his presidency. Under his leadership, the Philippines consistently improved its rankings across major development and competitiveness indices.

Just like his predecessors in recent decades, Aquino has had to contend with the anti-Marcosian spirit of the 1987 Constitution — a Hegelian antithesis to the 1973 Constitution that gave sweeping powers to the seating president — which places tremendous limitations on the power of the president. For instance, an elected president can only stay for six years in office, with no room for re-election, which raises at least two problems: First of all, there is just so much that a Filipino president can do in six years; and, secondly, without the opportunity of re-election, there is less incentive for a seating president to do good once in office.

However, Aquino’s purported flirtation with a second term in office is startling for at least two reasons. First and foremost, there is the issue of timing. Any astute political strategist knows that it is best to push for major constitutional changes, especially controversial ones, when the ruling party relishes maximum political capital and wields enough time to build a coalition around any seismic political reform. Today, Aquino, who is inching closer to his lame duck years, is suffering from a dramatic decline in popularity. His political capital has been undermined by an ongoing political skirmish with the judiciary and growing concerns over the impartiality of his anti-corruption initiatives. Aquino should have contemplated any major constitutional maneuver back in 2012 and 2013, when he was riding high.

Moreover, revising presidential term limits runs against his revered mother’s, Cory Aquino, principled commitment to the curtailment of executive powers – a rejection of the Marcos dictatorship, whereby a predatory presidency eliminated all traces of constitutionality and rule of law. In 1997, in response to Fidel Ramos’ bid for a second term, Cory Aquino declared: “The presidency is so great an honor, no one deserves to have it again… It imposes a duty so important… And if you did it well, you won’t deserve to do it again.”

Now or Never

It goes without saying that Aquino’s ascent to power was built on a moral crusade against corruption and arbitrary governance. With no major legislative accomplishments, and relatively humble educational background, Aquino’s popularity ahead of the 2010 presidential elections had much to do with the nation’s outpouring of sympathy for his beloved mother.

Above all, it is a question of legacy. It is about the coherence of Aquino’s political philosophy and his long-held image — at least among his legions of supporters — as a relatively low-profile leader with sincere intentions. As Filipino Pundit Teddy Locsin succinctly put it, “Humility is the first virtue of government. Humility lets you see, not what you want to see, but what is really out there.” Arguably, humility and sincerity were Aquino’s strongest allies in his earlier years in office. But now he risks outliving his sell by date by bidding for a second term.

Unlike any of his predecessors, with the glaring exception of the Ferdinand Marcos regime, Aquino has dared to openly confront the Supreme Court and the judiciary, threatening anti-corruption measures against leading magistrates and lamenting their supposed lack of support for his good governance agenda and vision of a democratic polity. In the meantime, he is facing several impeachment complaints for his supposed abuse of power and betrayal of public trust in relation to his approval of the establishment (and the manner by which) the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) — a discretionary executive fund designed for counter-cyclical economic purposes amid continued uncertainties in the global economy — has been spent.

What the Philippines needs are not strong leaders per se, who see themselves as the only solution to the world’s problems. The era of “strongmen” is over. The Arab uprisings of 2010-11 were precisely about getting rid of the monstrosity of self-centered, archaic leaders. Instead, the 21st century is about leaders who can efficiently delegate tasks to competent subordinates, build synergistic relationships among competing factions, and oversee a healthy competition among rival views and personalities within the government and beyond.

More importantly, the Philippines need strong institutions, which attract competent leaders and are not dependent on the whims of any single mind. If Aquino wants his legacy to continue, he should first focus on building a robust, genuine political party beyond personalistic politics. He should vigorously support, whichever candidate, he thinks, will continue his good legacy and build on recent achievements and gains. He should use his remaining years in office to set an example for his successors. And beyond his term in office, he should utilize his political capital to pressure his successors to stay true to their duty — and his widely-celebrated vision of a democratic, prosperous Philippines.

(A short version of this piece was originally publish on Yahoo Philippines)
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http://www.acrx.org -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release of the American Consultants Rx community service project which consist of millions of free discount prescription cards being donated to thousands of not for profits,hospitals,schools,churches,etc. in an effort to assist the uninsured,under insured,and seniors deal with the high cost of prescription drugs.

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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