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Rose Nolen

ROSE NOLEN: Hopefully the Supreme Court will rule the Constitution ensures well-being

Sick people deserve to have health care; the Affordable Care Act allows them that right. We have the responsibility to find ways to help those less fortunate.

ROSE NOLEN: Political parties do little to solve country's problems

The United States has struggled over the years in maintaining the principles outlined in the Constitution. Political parties do little to stick to the ideals of our forefathers.

ROSE NOLEN: Clear First Amendment regulations would encourage civil discourse

Because many people do not have a firm grasp of the First Amendment, they do not know what they can or cannot legally say. As citizens, we need to monitor harmful speech, such as Rush Limbaugh's recent outbursts.

ROSE NOLEN: We should memorialize, continue to fight for women's rights

This generation and future generation should continue to fight for women's rights, in remembrance of the women who gathered at Seneca Falls Convention and stood for equal rights, and preserve the rights.

ROSE NOLEN: Male Republicans desire control in women's rights issues

A recently defeated amendment would have allowed insurance providers with moral or religious objections to refuse to cover birth control.

ROSE NOLEN: Cost to move pets should not be prohibitive

A new United Airlines pet policy regarding animals flying from Japan could cost their owners much more than before.

ROSE NOLEN: Information is everywhere, but when is it helpful?

The excess of information is causing exhaustion and mental agitation for some, much of which seems superfluous to the average person.

ROSE NOLEN: Black History Month reflects on past, celebrates progress

February is a time to look back at the history of blacks in America, share stories and culture as a teaching tool and look to the future.

ROSE NOLEN: Candidates' supporters shouldn't hide their true identity

Allowing individuals to hide their identity behind piles of money is creating a bad situation, which I feel we will ultimately pay for. Providing people with opportunities to demonstrate their lack of character is unappealing.

ROSE NOLEN: The rich leave others behind in controlling politics

The rise of super PACs is further separating the average person from the rich, elitist politicians.

ROSE NOLEN: Your children are not your children

Parenting is a learning experience that requires discipline and the acknowledgement that you are not the sole influence on your child's life.

ROSE NOLEN: Live life one day at a time

We are never satisfied with living in the moment. Instead, we are too busy anticipating the next day ahead.

ROSE NOLEN: It's a new year and another chance to take action

All of us should be gathering our friends and resources to zero in on problems we cannot solve alone.

ROSE NOLEN: Christmas is time to think about plight of your neighbors

Neighbors should always be ready to help families in need — especially during the holidays.

ROSE NOLEN: The 'sovereign citizen' movement preys on hopelessness

The courts have been weighed down with frivolous lawsuits from domestic terrorists.

ROSE NOLEN: I always thought my friend Gloria had everything, but I was wrong

I’ve always wondered why some women are willing to pay money to look like someone else.

ROSE NOLEN: Believing what you hear is often baffling

Before you believe in what you’re hearing, find out the truth. Go through the news and find out what other people are saying on the subject. Don’t be sold until you’ve heard the final word.

ROSE NOLEN: Women can't be bystanders in their financial lives

Women should get involved in their family's finances because they never know what might happen in life.

ROSE NOLEN: How my brother's secret cured my fear of ghosts

A brother's lie about a younger sister's past helped her get past an intense childhood fear, and he doesn't even know about it.

ROSE NOLEN: If political leaders met real people, a lot might get fixed

The question is not how did we get into such a worrisome situation, but how do we get out?

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