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Sarah E. Jones
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Sarah E. Jones is a senior International Studies major at Cedarville University in Cedarville, Ohio. She spent the last four months living in Wales, where she interned for the North Wales Chronicle.

Blog Entries by Sarah E. Jones

Shaikh Case Illustrates Need for Sanctions

Posted December 29, 2009 | 17:28:32 (EST)

Akmal Shaikh was not a prominent man. The 53-year-old father of three held no important positions. He was not a mogul, a president, or a celebrity. He is known now only because of his death, and the illness that led him to it. For Akmal Shaikh, executed by lethal injection...

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Redefining the Greatest Gift

Posted November 10, 2009 | 20:56:15 (EST)

Mika Brzezinski makes a series of harmful assumptions in her article "Don't Forget to Have Kids." Not only does she inform aspiring young career women that the "greatest gift" a woman can receive is children, she warns that it is unlikely any of them will find a suitable man. These...

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The Real NHS

Posted September 8, 2009 | 22:02:50 (EST)

This fall, I am studying abroad in Bangor, Wales. It's a trip I've been planning for over a year, so I was somewhat less than thrilled to fall ill with walking pneumonia two weeks before I was scheduled to leave. The doctor prescribed antibiotics and ordered a week off from...

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Mental Health Consumers Lose Vital Advocate

Posted August 26, 2009 | 17:54:13 (EST)

Ted Kennedy leaves a remarkable legacy of advocacy. From his earliest days in the United States Senate, he showed a sensitivity toward the plight of Americans often marginalized by the political machine. These Americans include the millions suffering from a major mental illness.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)...

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At Health Care Town Hall in Bristol, VA, Passions Run High

Posted August 6, 2009 | 15:47:53 (EST)

Political observers know Bristol, Virginia as the site of Barack Obama's first campaign stop after accepting the Democratic nomination. On July 28th, Obama chose a Kroger's grocery store for his first Presidential visit to this blue-collar Southern city. The purpose of the visit was a Town Hall Meeting on health...

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