I don’t remember where I was when I first heard the phrase “someone is always watching.” Most likely it was at church-related youth fellowship meeting I sometimes attended as a teenager.
For almost seven months, California parents have been free to claim without offering any proof that their religion forbids getting their children vaccinated against once-dreaded and disabling diseases such as polio, mumps, pertussis and smallpox.
I have heard many people say “Invest in what you know and what you love.” While I think that may be a good place to start, it may not be the best overall investment strategy.
Whether you’re a landlord or tenant, you’ve likely noticed some pretty powerful dynamics in San Diego’s multifamily market right now. The primary trend drivers fall into four categories: jobs, the overall housing market, baby boomers and cap rates.
Thousands of young Americans and their proud family members and friends celebrated their graduation from colleges and universities last month. For many, especially those who are the first to graduate from college in their family, it is one of life’s milestones.
The immigration reform legislation before Congress has become the favorite kickball of this session. Despite a reasonable effort passed by the Senate with a bipartisan majority a year ago, the House of Representatives has shelved immigration legislation. Reasonable folk believe it must be addressed to stop the gridlock at the Mexican border.
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