Education Reform Laws Continue to Gain Bipartisan Support

As Education Secretary Betsy Devos’ education reform movement continues to grow, more and more educational options are becoming available. For example, incorporating digital learning into the classroom is something that Betsy Devos supports. It is no secret that kids adapt pretty easily to technology. Using digital devices in the classroom can give children a better • Read More »


Fabletics for Anyone That Wants to Look Good While Exercising

There are a lot of companies out there you can purchase your exercise clothing from, but few are as good as Fabletics. They have been around a long time and are still changing the way you buy clothing.   Online Fabletics started as a subscription company and they still are maintaining that idea. They offer • Read More »


Jim Larkin

Jim Larkin was a man of Irish descent who grew up in the slums of Liverpool, England after being born January 28, 1874. He came from a very poor family and received little to no education as a child. In order to help support the family he was sent to work at a very early • Read More »


American Civil Liberties Union role in ending immigrants’ woes

When the government is involved in abusing and denying legal rights and blocking all the necessary channels, everyone is at risk. When the government forgets its role in defending and enforcing law and order, lives are lost. But, what if we as the people, can fight and oversee our rights? True, American Civil Liberties Union • Read More »


What You Should Know About Shafik Sachedina

Dr. Shafik Sachedina was born in May, 1950 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. After his education in secondary school, he managed to apply and learn to be a dental surgeon in 1975. He decided to upgrade his skills and knowledge in that sector, so he went for further studies in University of London. After finishing • Read More »


Orange Coast College Preps Winners With Their Rowing Team

The early morning sun is coming up and glistening across the bay in Newport Harbor. In the center of the bay, you spot a 60 foot needle making its way in the water only traveling at 25 miles per hour. One of the carbon fiber boats has someone yelling about heading to Nationals 2017. They • Read More »


Celebrity Appearances on NewsWatch TV Reviews

Are you trying to find out a media group to work with you? Do you desire perfect results and profits? If your answer is yes, then NewsWatch is the best media group to be in partnership with. This team has professional practitioners involved in giving you the best results. It is necessary that NewsWatch customers • Read More »



The remarkable James Larkin

James Larkin, popularly known as Big Jim, was a 19th-20th century labor rights activist and trade unionist. Big Jim was born on January 21, 1876 in Liverpool, England to Irish parents. His family struggled economically, and survived on low income. As a result, Larkin received little formal education. He spent most of his time working • Read More »


Sweetgreen: Proving that Salads are More Than Food

It’s always refreshing to see a new restaurant in the neighborhood. Usually, the new restaurant is a chain restaurant, as they’ve become more popular. Sadly, most chain restaurants are all the same; even their food can taste the same. However, that can’t be said for Sweetgreen. Sweetgreen is what every chain restaurant would look like • Read More »