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What Does the First Day of a 5+ Year Prison Sentence Feel Like?

Quora | September 4, 2012 | Crime
This question originally appeared on Quora. By Foster Winans, ghostwriter and CEO of Winans Kuenstler Publishing in Bucks County, PA Although I did not have a five-year sentence, my experience is that any...
Elizabeth Dosoretz

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Why A White Couch And Kids Isn't The Worst Combination Ever

Elizabeth Dosoretz | October 11, 2012 | HuffPost Home
They say your home should be your personal sanctuary, right? Last time I checked, my sanctuary didn't contain skateboards, trains or a diaper genie.
Richard (RJ) Eskow

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Is Obama's Corporate-Friendly Approach Really "How Liberals Win"?

Richard (RJ) Eskow | September 4, 2012 | Politics
The Obama White House has failed, both pragmatically and politically, on a number of key progressive issues. We can't allow the radical right to take power. But we need to fight for results, not politicians, by building a mobilized and truly independent citizens' movement.
Eddie Campbell

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44 Horrible Dates

Eddie Campbell | September 4, 2012 | Gay Voices
I wrote 44 Horrible Dates several years ago to vent after the insane dating experiences I had had in Los Angeles. I had been keeping notes on my computer, not to write a book but because I could not believe what was happening.
Andrew Miller

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Unlike Anderson Cooper, Many Out LGBT Journalists Paid the Price and Paved the Way

Andrew Miller | September 4, 2012 | Gay Voices
It is not Cooper who will clear the career paths for a new crop of out gay men and women; it is those journalists who paved the way for Anderson Cooper's career, which has been largely free of the burden of anti-gay discrimination. They are the original risk takers and role models.
Ron Prosor

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The Middle East's Greatest Untold Story

Ron Prosor | September 4, 2012 | World
This month the United Nations marks World Refugee Day, a star-studded, multimedia campaign to raise awareness about the plight of refugees. Yet mention of one group of refugees will be noticeably absent: the 850,000 Jews expelled from Arab countries during the past six decades.
Lisa Guest

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She Moved Me (Nora Ephron)

Lisa Guest | September 4, 2012 | Divorce
I'm moved because Nora, for all the success she had in the outer world, chose not to tell many about her disease.
Davis Schneiderman

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Summertime and College Is Coming!

Davis Schneiderman | September 4, 2012 | College
I've spent much of the last two weeks on the phone -- or on Skype -- with a set of incoming first-year college students armed with an array of questions both profoundly intellectual and suitably quotidian.
Noah Baron

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Come Out, Come Out, Whatever You Are!

Noah Baron | September 4, 2012 | Gay Voices
Those of us who were lucky enough to be born into climates safe for us -- because of where we live or because of the identity we have -- have a moral obligation to be out (and yes, I'm looking at you, closeted celebrities). Cowardice and "privacy" are no excuse.
Miguel Silva

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Carta a un ciudadano americano

Miguel Silva | September 4, 2012 | Voces
Hoy gran parte de las razones de la angustia han cesado pero tú sigues llorando. El 201K ya ha regresado a niveles normales, ya tiene cara de 401K, aunque la bolsa te llena todos los días de sobresaltos y ya sabes por qué fue tan mala idea exportar todos tus empleos hacia la China, siguiendo tu verdadera religión, el capitalismo puro.
Ariel Gonzalez

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Farewell, Lady Phoenix: My Interview With Nora Ephron

Ariel Gonzalez | September 4, 2012 | Entertainment
The moment she sat down in the studio, she started giving me and my producer directions. Not unexpected; I'd heard she was a little bossy. But her soft-voiced charm quickly won us over.
Marc Chardon and Hal Williams

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The Imperfect Storm: Nonprofits Need to Ride for Their Brand (Series Post 4)

Marc Chardon and Hal Williams | September 4, 2012 | Impact
The nonprofit sector is filled with people who have good hearts, who believe in service and sacrifice. There is a shared belief in the importance of the work, whatever form the work takes.
Jim Prior

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Why Business Is Like Piracy and Needs More Irrational Thought

Jim Prior | September 4, 2012 | UK
In the study of economic decision-making the Ultimatum Game is an illustration of the unpredictability of human behaviour, value judgement, and the role and importance, therein, of morality.
Sara Pitkin

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Women on the Board

Sara Pitkin | September 4, 2012 | UK Lifestyle
At the request of Vince Cable and Theresa May, Lord Davies of Abersoch published his first 'Women on Boards' report in March 2011, recommending that companies should set targets to ensure that more of the UK's exceptional women are able to secure the country's top jobs.
Nicola Six

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Rooftop Rampage

Nicola Six | September 4, 2012 | UK Lifestyle
A confession: The Beau is back on my radar if not yet in my bed. My head is ruling that I shouldn't go anywhere near the lying, married, double-exclamation mark-loving ratbag but my ego is shamelessly loving that he still cares enough to pursue me after several weeks of me blanking him at every turn.
Simon Blake

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The Distinct, Different and Complimentary Roles of Parents and Sexual Health Professionals

Simon Blake | September 4, 2012 | UK Lifestyle
By working together we can change our culture so we have high expectations of young people, in order that they have high expectations for the relationships and sex they choose to have, when they are ready to have it.
Nick Revell

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Pussy Riot and the Threat to God

Nick Revell | September 4, 2012 | UK Comedy
Don't know whether you saw this - but God appeared and spoke to someone the other day. I'm surprised it didn't get wider coverage, but that's aggressive secularism in the modern world for you.
Bob Ward

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The BBC Is Sacrificing Objectivity for Impartiality on Climate Change

Bob Ward | September 4, 2012 | UK
It is now more than a year since the BBC Trust published a seminal report on the impartiality of the broadcaster's coverage of science, but there is clear evidence that it is still failing to address one of the main findings.
Daniella Gibb

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'Superstar' is Coming - That's the Reality

Daniella Gibb | September 4, 2012 | UK Entertainment
This Saturday sees the first episode of Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber's search for a new Jesus Christ Superstar on ITV. It seems like the ultimate quest - trying to find a Jesus Christ. People are always seeing images of Him. But could this image have the abs for a loin cloth and sing falsetto in arenas around the UK opposite a Radio 1 DJ and a former Spice Gi
Jeff Brazier

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A Lesson in Love

Jeff Brazier | September 4, 2012 | UK Celebrity
I have always prided myself on being a tough parent with strong values and beliefs. The odd wave of grief aside I'm always really happy with their progress, it just seems odd that over three years after the death of their mum I should suddenly feel like I'm not as 'in control' as I think I am.