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Conservative thoughts on the fiscal cliff & foreign aid

Last summer, in a last ditch attempt at spurring the budgetary super committee to action on the crushing federal deficit, an agreement was reached in Washington D.C. That agreement — known officially as the Budget Control Act, and unofficially as The Sequester – combined with impending tax hikes as a result of congress’ inability to

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Gifts that Give Back: Gift Ideas for Women

It’s easier than ever to give a gift that does some good. When shopping for my mom, sister and friends this holiday season, I went looking for gifts that had impact and here are some of my favorite finds.  Some help women and girls attend school, some provide new economic opportunities for women and their

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FEATURED AUTHOR: Diana Prichard

Take it from me: Your senators want to hear from you!

I’m not sure why, but when ONE asked me to walk into the offices of senators and members of Congress during a lobbying day on Capitol Hill last month, it never once occurred to me to be nervous. In hindsight, my confidence was probably rather premature. I’d never been on Capitol Hill before — for

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Reflections on World AIDS Day

I distinctly remember when I first became aware of AIDS: I was a middle school student and there were reports of a disease that killed people with an immediacy that was unbelievable. Blood and exchange of bodily fluids were identified as modes of transmission and a stigma was quickly born. People said, “Stay away from

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VIDEO: Meet Ryan: Pastor, activist, global neighbor.

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Raising awareness about US international assistance – and asking for your voice

Blogger Rana DiOrio, Founder and Chief Executive of Little Pickle Press, traveled to Ethiopia with ONE this October. This piece, originally published on the Little Pickle Press blog, is part of our ongoing coverage of the trip Feeling the weight of the world on my shoulders My recent trip to Ethiopia with a delegation of ONEMoms (and ONE Mums) affected me profoundly. I went

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EXCERPT: Doing my part to help save international aid

This excerpt was originally published on CC Chapman’s website. To read the full version, go here. In the coming days and weeks, we are going to hear a lot about the “fiscal cliff” that we as a country are approaching. I’m not an economist or a government expert, so my over simplified summation is that there

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