A third-degree felony is a term used to refer to a type of crime that is not as serious as a first or second-degree felony, but more serious than a misdemeanor123. A third-degree felony may or may not involve physical contact3. The sentence for a third-degree felony can vary depending on the state, but it […]

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I am so sick and tired of folk screaming, “…we have freedom of speech…” sure you do. Let’s take a look, the 1st Amendment reads: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of […]

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The Florida Education Association (FEA) says more than 450,000 students may head back to school without a full-time teacher in place.  FEA Vice President Carole Gauronskas says COVID is partially to blame for many teachers retiring early and students not pursuing the field. “Ask the scientists, ask the doctors, and ask the educators what it […]

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She writes: When I was a young professional, I was raped by a co-worker and no one believed me. I share that brutal piece of information because, over a decade later, when the #metoo movement happened, I was completely in favor of it. I was horrified at the number of stories that were shared but […]

When Sexual Harassment Goes Awry in the WorkplaceRead More »