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Privacy Versus Commercial Interests

by Emmy Urieto in Issues, November 26, 2015

People who use the internet are especially vulnerable to uninvited scrutiny. Privacy Right Clearinghouse states: there are virtually no online activities or services that guarantee an absolute right of privacy internet users may retrieve information or documents from sites or users may simply browse these services without any other interaction. Many users expect that such activities are anonymous.

Popular Programs to Help Individuals with Low Income are Disappearing

by Linda Harding in Issues, September 20, 2015

Over the years, there have been many great programs that help feed America’s low income individuals. Unfortunately, many of these programs have ceased to exist or are in danger of being defunded by the government.

The Manchester Armchair Philosophers Ask is Looking After Those Less Fortunate Than Ourselves a Moral Obligation

by Arthur Chappell in Philanthropy, July 17, 2013

At the moment it’s up to you whether or not you give to chaity or not. What if the Government made it compulsary for you?

Showing Support to Charities This Winter

by hollyvichammond in Philanthropy, November 28, 2012

Winter is a special time of need, as the cold weather places extra demands on households that can’t afford basic necessities. This winter, as you’re thinking about Christmas shopping and giving to the people you know and love, also consider giving to charities that can distribute your donations to people who are genuinely in need. In many cases, you can not only give physical items, but also donate your time and energy to help the charities run more effectively and gather more donations.

Hard-hitting Adverts are Proving Too Upsetting for Some Children

by Philippa Mingins in Society, August 2, 2012

As parents we may want to protect our children from the cruel realities of life for as long as possible but surely there actually comes a point when sheltering them too much becomes more cruel than exposing them to these cruel realities? The issue of hard-hitting adverts on television and whether children should watch them touches on this very issue.

Project: Michigan Q & a with Melissa Mcfall

by Joelle Maria Green in Philanthropy, July 20, 2012

Project: MICHIGAN is about one state, one year & one woman on a mission to help draw positive attention to the great state of Michigan and the people that reside here.

Where Do Your Donations Go

by Ruby Hawk in Military, June 15, 2012

We have so many charities that are popular. We hear about the good work they do from the TV programs when they are asking for donations, We read about their good works in the newspapers, and they must do some good but how much of our donations do they take for themselves. Some of them none and others get the biggest slice of the pie. I believe the top dogs have no right to live better than the people who support them.

Altruism : Not in My Back Yard! are You a True Giver?

by momofplenty in Advice, May 11, 2012

Altruism or being altruistic is when one gives selflessly.

What Do You Get for The Person Who Has Everything? Nothing!

by Karen Gross in Holidays, December 1, 2011

Where did we get this idea that we are obligated to get a gift for every relative, plus the mail delivery person, the kid who brings the newspaper, your kids’ teachers, your building’s super, the butcher, the baker, and the candlestick maker? Is this what the celebration of Christmas has come to?

Christmas Charities (Doing The Most Good for Those in Need)

by margiedunn in Holidays, November 28, 2011

A few organizations that are making a big difference this holiday season.

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