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Sunday, March 17, 2013

Lessons In Life

Lessons In Life

Lessons In Life are important for many reasons. Great Lessons in Life are hard to find by example, but easy to learn. What is hypocritical is when a Lessons In Life author or publisher does not heed his/her own Lessons In Life. Our Lessons In Life wisdom is designed to help moms, mothers, students, and their seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, as well as provide valuable Lessons In Life.

Lessons In Life are important for everyone. Whether you are seeking a job, trying to figure out what to about your relationship, employment status, or other personal life issues. The last time I checked, the only perfect person on this planet was crucified for being perfect. with all of our flaws, handicaps, and human defects, we all need Lessons In Life. Some of us need these Lessons In Life drilled into our psyche like a drill bit, while others need a gentle approach. We are going to help everyone.

Great Lessons in Life for Jobs

We are going to blog about Lessons in Life for jobs too. Everyone either needs a job, or needs a better job, or needs a higher-paying job. We will discuss the ne Lesson in Life you need to resolve or at least help you with your job issues. For example, Our Lessons in Life message about interviewing for a job, is to always look for signs of success and failure DURING the interview. If the interviewer does not look you squarely in the eye at all times, then most likely you are not being fully considered for the job you are interviewing for.

African-Americans men, Caucasion women, and Hispanic have some of the highest rates of unemployment. Certainly, we need to share our Lessons in Life messages with these groups. When canvassing for democratic votes, the thing that really stood out was the fact that mant doors I knocked on that an African-American family, the men were still home during the day time. We encourage African-American to contact us for a few Lessons in Life messages, and advice.

Lessons in Life for Relationships

We are going to blog about Lessons in Life relationship issues. Every normal human has some sort of relationship issues. No relationship is perfect, and every relationship has lessons in life themes that we can all learn about. Women and men have relationship issues. Right? That was easy to figure. Ewhat is more complex is the fact that two humans can create such complex relationship issues that sometimes it takes a court, a counselor, a judge, the police, or even the U.S. Supreme Court to sort out the mess that we create. Do dogs or cats have relationship issues that need or require detailed Lesson in Life themes? I don't know, but I do know that their relationships are far less complex than two humans.

Lessons in Life for Moms, Women, and Single Moms

We are going to blog about Lessons in Life issues for Moms, Women, and Single Moms. Definitely! We got your back covered dear Moms, Women, and Single Moms. Lessons in Life for Moms, Women, and Single Moms is particularly important because the backbone of every family structure is generally either a Mom, Mother, or woman. Every normal human on this earth is the result of a mother giving life to the human.

It should be no surprise that Moms, Women, and Single Moms have more of burdensome share of responsibilities. Kids. Men. Dogs. Cats. Finances. Jobs. Etc. Certainly, we should and we can provide and discuss Lesson in Life for Moms, Women, and Single Moms. We encourage Moms, Women, and Single Moms to contact us for a few Lessons in Life messages, and advice, as well as to provide and share your own Lessons in Life messages and advice.

We believe that everyone can benefit from our Lesson in Life examples. No need to worry about censorship as long as you keep the topic focused on Lessons in Life, and do not post nude, obscene pictures. We also sponsor scholarships, grants, and financial-aid to persons who can write quality essays about Lessons in Life.

Lessons in Life about Winning Scholarships

The Lessons in Life about winning scholarships is really rather simple. We would like to share with every student, mom, mothers, adult, graduate student, as well as high-school student the Lessons in Life about winning scholarships, grants, and financial-aid. One important lesson in life that we would like to share is this teaser: you should put in the same amount of effort for a $25,000 scholarship as for a $250 scholarship. Oftentimes, the smaller scholarships are stepping stones to bigger scholarships.

Many students wonder why some students win so many scholarships, but few students and adults really know the answer. Our e-book about Lessons in Life from National Academy of American Scholars will provide answers about the diagnostic, cognitive, and merit-based evaluations developed by National Academy of Scholars, and used by many scholarship sponsors to decide who gets selected as a scholarship semi-finalist, how scholarship semi-finalists are interviewed, and how students can win $50,000.00 scholarships, grants, and financial-aid.

For a detailed review of which scholarships, grants, and financial-aid are available to persons seeking to learn more about Lessons Learned in Life, please visit our Lessons in Life scholarships pages and register your name and address:
Lessons In Life

Friday, March 15, 2013

Lucrative Mom Scholarship Opportunities

We sponsor scholarship programs for moms,women and single mothers for various economic, humanitarian, as well as sociological reasons. According to U.S. Census Bureau statistics, which were last revised in 2009. Statistics report that there an estimated 82.8 million mothers in the U.S.A. The majority of moms, at least 55%, are between the ages of 15-44 years old. NAAS.ORG reports that Scholarships for moms are more important than ever, as well as scholarships, grants, and financial-aid for single moms. Since 1970, U.S. Census data report that single moms with children have increased dramatically since 1970.

On one side of the equation, some women feel tha these "single moms" placed themselves into this "problem" of getting pregnant. Opposition single women and opposition men claim that "Scholarships for Moms" encourages free and unontrolled sex drives. Some of these posts appear on Facebook channels, and the name-calling excalates back-and-forth into calling single moms with various names.

The fact of the matter is that a single mom is still a human, and she needs help to survive in a world that has written her off as a "_lut", a "_hore" and so forth. We do not condone name-calling, or acts that we believe violate certain morals and principles. However, Scholarships for Moms awards not behavior but is seeking to benefit women, moms, and single mothers who have the mindset of wanting improvement. If a mom, single woman, or mothers is seeking our assistance then we are going to help her. No questions asked!

Mom ScholarshipsWhy we support Scholarships for Moms, single mothers.


We support Scholarships for Moms, Single Mothers, Women, and every person who wants to better himself/herself, without pre-judging their past. No person is perfect. We understand that. Men are certainly not perfect so why should we expect women, moms, and single moms to be perfect either? Double-standards for Moms, single moms, and women seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid have persisted for years, while women and moms have remained silent.

We encourage Moms, Single Mothers, Women, who are interested in our Lucrative scholarships, grants, and financial-aid for Moms, Single Mothers, Women to register with us, and receive access to online scholarships, grants, and financial-aid applications for Moms, Single Mothers, Women.
For a detailed review of our multiple scholarships, grants, and financial-aid options in each and every state, from Alaska to Wyoming, for Moms, Single Mothers, Women, that are seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, please visit our State-by-State Scholarship Directory website that contains numerous scholarships, grants, and financial-aid options for for moms, mothers, and single mothers that are seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid :
State-by-State Mom, Women, and Single Mom Scholarship Directory

For a detailed review of our multiple mom scholarships, grants, and financial-aid options for moms, mothers, and single mothers that are seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, please visit our website at: Mom Scholarships

Monday, March 11, 2013

Lucrative Hispanic Scholarship Opportunities

Lucrative Hispanic Scholarship Opportunities

It is without question that Hispanics need scholarships, grants, and financial-aid. This NAAS Scholarship Blog report provides an insight about the numerous scholarships, grants, and financial-aid resources for Hispanics, as well as scholarships, grants, and financial-aid resources for Hispanic moms, mothers, and women.

According to a compelling report from Hispanic Professors Nicole Alia Salis Reyes, and Amaury Nora, from the The University of Texas at San Antonio, there are daunting statistics with regards to Latinos and Hispanics in the U.S. education system. Hispanics lag their Caucasion and African-American counterparts in various mathematicl, English, and science areas and this directly impacts their ability to secure merit-based scholarships.

Hispanic students seeking Hispanic scholarships must step their game-up. Hispanic scholarships are important for a number of reasons. Hispanic Scholarships are sponsored and funded to addresss unique issues and circumstances that in principle and actual theory largely affect Hispanics. Sponsor that promote and fund Hispanic Scholarships do so because of their belief that Hispanic Scholarships will not only help Hispanic students, but represent a benevolent act of helping humanity. Hispanic Scholarships help to address a growing lack of funding and scholarship opportunities for Hispanic students.

Hispanic ScholarshipsHispanic Scholarships general scholarship eligibility requirements are as follows for our $25,000, $15,000, and $10,000 Hispanic Scholarships:


  1. Hispanic scholarship applicant must consider himself/herself to be a Hispanic or Latino/Latina U.S. citizen;

  2. Hispanic scholarship applicants must be a U.S. citizen at time of application;

  3. Hispanic scholarship applicants must register his/her name and email address, and payment preference with National Academy of American Scholars;

  4. Hispanic scholarship applicants must be a U.S. senior in high school;

  5. Hispanic scholarship applicants must write an essay in 500 words or less why he/she deserves to win an Hispanic Scholarship;

  6. Hispanic scholarship applicant must LIKE the FaceBook page of Scholarships, Grants, and Financial-aid page sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars or follow our Twitter account;

  7. Hispanic scholarship applicant must generate at least 150 Scholarship Points to be invited to participate in our Scholarships, Grants, and Financial-aid monthly contests.

For a detailed review of our multiple scholarships, grants, and financial-aid options in each and every state, from Alaska to Wyoming, for Hispanic students and Hispanic moms, mothers, and single mothers that are seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, please visit our State-by-State Scholarship Directory website that contains numerous scholarships, grants, and financial-aid options for for Hispanic students and Hispanic moms, mothers, and single mothers that are seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid :
State-by-State Hispanic Scholarship Directory

For a detailed review of our multiple scholarships, grants, and financial-aid options for Hispanic students and Hispanic moms, mothers, and single mothers that are seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, please visit our website at: Hispanic Scholarships

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Quitter Dwight Jones. Clark County Superintendent Quits on Nevada Students

Quitter Dwight Jones. Clark County Superintendent Quits on Nevada Students

On March 5th, 2013, another block-buster and shocking announcement was circulated by the Clark County School District. Another round of Budget cuts? No. Another freeze on teacher salaries? No. A scolding of Triggs Elementary School Principal Salwa Zaki for publicly flaunting her controversial Lesbian lify-style (ref: Gay Wedding Expo? No. Another Clark County School District employee caught molesting an innocent Nevada teen? No!

The block buster announcement concerns Dwight Jones. Clark County School District Superintendent Dwight Jones announced that he will step down from his position later this month. The term "stepping down" is an adult politicized way of saying "I quit. I give up." Let's be real. Clark County School District teachers and employees love to use double-speak when communicating with students, and parents. Clark County School District Superintendent Dwight Jones is a master of political double-speak. What Clark County School District employees say is not necessarily what they mean.

Master Double-Speak artist Dwight Jones claims that "I am honored to be a part of [Clark County School District] this hard and worthwhile work. I am leaving because I'm presented with a decision that I'll never have the opportunity to make again - to spend time caring for my mother."

What person over the age 40 years of age has a mother who is as sprite as 22 years of age? No one. Virtually every single mother, mom, and woman, who reaches a certain age will have medical, emotional, and physical problems. Furthermore, the same ailments that apparently affect the mother of County School District Superintendent Dwight Jones are probably little different than the problems of most other moms, mothers, other Clark County School District school employees. The role of government and education should not shut-down simply because our loving mom is "sick". That's the cheap excuse of Dwight Jones. After-all, Dwight Jones was named superintendent as recently as September 2010 and officially began serving the role in December 2010. Yes, we are sympathetic to Ms. Jones regardless of the true state of her condition. However, we are no fools when it comes to dealing with the suspect integrity of the Clark County School District, and its teachers.

Despite protests, Clark County School District employees also endorsed, ratified, and approved the misuse and misappropriation of the NAAS trademark via Northwest Commission, f/k/a/ Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc., and its President David Steadman. Clark County School District employees ignored facts, and a legal certification from the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office that verified the validity, substance, and notice to the entire world that the NAAS trademark is associated with National Academy of American Scholars (NAAS) and no other organization is an authorized user of that trademark unless and until we provide express, direct, and detailed authorization, and we receive valuable consideration for such use. No consideration means no authorization; just like Nevada real-estate contracts.

Only legal action, sustained protests, media reports from our affiliates, complaints to the Idaho Attorney General, rejection of Boise State University of further association/endorsement of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc., and numerous other legal steps literally forced the Clark County School District to accept reality. It should be no surprise to no one that the employer of Dwight Jones accepts the accreditation standards from Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc, but rejects the legal foundation, credibility, and authority of the United States Patent and Trademark Office. All Nevada, Clark County Schools, are in fact accredited by the suspect standards of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. Now, we are being asked to believe the reasons cited by Dwight Jones for his abrupt resignation? WTF?!! Give me a break!!!

What is disturbing is how some Clark County teachers, politicians, including Mr. Jones manage to use their moms, mothers, family members, and others as a convenient political tool to exploit or mask the reality of the situation at hand. Dwight Jones does not want to be associated with the Clark County School District because his presence or management will not change the work ethos, and "I-am-above-the-law-mentality" and habits of Clark County School District teachers, and its various employees. Neither does the double-speak of Dwight Jones successfully mask the reality of the situation at hand, which is as follows:

  1. Clark County School District school employee Dwight Jones quit his job rather than finish what he started. Another Dwight Jones, 6'3", 230-pound wide receiver who ran a 4.55 40-yard dash at an N.F.L. combine, and caught 12 touchdowns during his senior year, reportedly quit the Houston Texans in May of 2012. Although the two Dwight Jones are perhaps unrelated genetically, they both are coincidentally public figures, and now wear the label of being a Quitter.They are both similar in other areas.
  2. The Clark County School District has a massive number of 300,000 Nevada students, 35,000 Nevada employees, 336 Nevada schools and an annual budget of $5.2 billion. Despite this enormous budget of billions, Nevada students are not even afforded the personal dignity of having their own personal school books, and instead are furnished cheap, and barely legible photocopies of class material. Nevada parents accept this condition without debate;
  3. Over 60% of the the Clark County School District budget is allocated towards the salaries of extremist teachers who believe their salaries, and comfortable life-style should take precedence over class-room material, learning resources, and equipment for students;
  4. Clark County Schools routinely mismanage their budgets. For example, the Clark County School District reportedly spent an average $6,827 on each of its students last year, which was $405 more per student than the year before. However, this funding did nothing to ease or reverse a staggering school drop-out rates by Nevada students;
  5. Instead of preparing daily class-room material, Clark County School District teachers are so inept and out of touch with routine teacher functions, that it is routine for Clark County School District teachers to download and copy assignments from the Internet and re-use the same assignments year after year and copy the prepared assignments from other Clark County School District teachers. In-house plagiarism by Clark County School District teachers is rampant and routine;
  6. The Clark County School District is the fifth-largest school district in the United States, and Clark County School District teachers have one of the highest teacher salaries. At the same time the Clark County School District teachers are being enriched with excessive, bloated, and mind-boggling teacher salaries that are on par with super-star teachers, the exact same Clark County School District teachers have achieved very little, and have produced the least quantifiable results for students, and these same Clark County School District teachers have consistently been in the top tier of having the lowest graduation rates amongst school districts in the U.S.A. with over 100, 000 students;
  7. Despite these incredibly negative statistics, Clark County School District teachers have publicly fought with the Clark County School District for higher annual salary increases when the appropriate solution is to lower their salaries and force these Clark County School District to PROVE their value and worthiness by actually doing the job they were hired to do: teach and instruct, and not gripe and complain.
  8. The sheer greed and arrogance of Clark County School District teachers is appalling, and even diabolical. For example, the Clark County School District's application for a federal grant amongst 900 school districts across the country — who were vying for a piece of $400 million in federal grant money-- essentially collapsed because the local Clark County teachers union declined to support the district's application; federal law requires a signature from the Nevada teachers union to certify the grant application.
  9. On February 15th, 2013, the local Las Vegas Sun published a report that announced a "black student in the Clark County School District" was three times more likely to be expelled from school than non-black peers. The study was conducted, not by the local University of Las Vegas Nevada (UNLV), but by out-of-state Vanderbilt University because UNLV (another supporter of Northwest Accreditation Commission) was apparently too afraid to publish such a controversial document.
  10. Despite allegedly rigourous background checks, and references, Clark County School District teachers have a hard-time keeping their dirty hands off of Nevada young students. Nevada Child molestation, Nevada child abuse, and harassment of Nevada students is rampant amongst Clark County School District teachers. In some cases, some Clark County teachers have doubled up on Nevada students to satisfy their gory, perverted, and demented fantasies. For example, consider the allegedly sick episode of Bambi M. Dewey, 32, and John E. Stalmach, 31. These two Clark County School District teachers were arrested for allegedly engaging in cheap sex acts with a local Nevada teen. Although these two teachers should be and are presumed to be innocent until proven otherwise, it should be noted that it takes a hell of lot of paperwork, documents, frustration, and presumed evidence reputable witnesses to get the local Nevada police department to actually arrest a pair of heretofore upstanding Clark County teachers that fit the persona of an up-standing, professional, clean, comfortable, and suburban profile linked to the typical Clark County School District teacher.

Quitter Dwight Jones. Clark County Superintendent Quits on Nevada Students

Instead of sticking around to fix these problems, Clark County School District Superintendent Dwight Jones is turning his back on the students, and letting some of the more sleazy Clark County teachers know that a return back to the routine "way" is to be expected after his departure. Although we are disappointed at his departure, it is better to have a Quitter leave than to expect a Quitter to excel. Indeed, minority student advocates claim they are the most disappointed by the resignation of the minority-majority district's second black superintendent. However, the surprise quitting of Dwight Jones should really be no surprise; quitting is a common element in certain districts of Las Vegas and in certain communities.

On or about March 11th, 2012, Dwight Jones was asked by a local newspaper about how long he would stay as Clark County Superintendent. Dwight Jones responded ‘I am here to implement and see through reform.' Even when specifically informed by the local reporter that "Most superintendents don’t stick around long", Dwight Jones confidently stated that "I want this community to know I am here to implement and see through reform in our district. " This statement by Dwight Jones was made after the local reporter made an inquiry as to whether or not Dwight Jones would continue his employment long enough to see his reforms succeed.

Fast forward approximately 1 year, and the same Dwight Jones now has a much different answer. Now, after he has fattened his bank account with monies derived from his employment, Dwight Jones is ready to ditch the bus, and fold his cards. Either Dwight Jones misrepresented his statements on March 11th, 2012, or he is misrepresenting his statements in March of 2013.

Assuming that his interview was conducted by a competent person, it is certain that Dwight Jones was asked whether or not he would continue his role until his reforms were implemented or until progress was made. Certainly, he wanted the job, and was apparently willing to adjust his answers accordingly just as he adjusted his answers in March of 2012. Theoretically, Dwight Jones could have told the reporter that "I will end my employment in March 2013" or "I am tired of this crap of working for this lousy school district, and I doubt that I will work here past March 2013."

Outrageous, and Obscene Salaries for Clark County School District Teachers

Despite the absymal result, Clark County School District teachers are amongst the most highest paid, and most well fed in the U.S.A. Over, 56% of Clark County School District teachers carry a weight limit that exceeds their body proportion (i.e., many are over weight). The salaries of Clark County School District employees are published online.

The data produced by the Nevada Policy Research Institute is quite incredible. The table shows that low tier Nevada teachers salaries exceed $70,000 per year while these teachers do little more than cut, paste, and copy the assignments of other Nevada teachers year after year. In many cases, Nevada teachers even go to educational websites, and download teaching material from these websites because they are too lazy or incompetent to produce an original, never-before produced assignment on a daily basis. For example, this media report is unique, original, and no Clark County School District employee or teacher in the state of Nevada is capable of writing such an article as this one because such a person either lacks the skills and education, or is simply too lazy to create an original article that has never been written before. However, these same Clark County School District teachers have no guilty conscious about accepting their huge salaries while Nevada students are suffering in the classroom because of sheer incompetence and laziness.

Students enrolled in classes taught by Clark County teachers from the elementary to middle school level often lag behind students whose learning was dependent upon third-party sources or home-schooled.

You can't take the letter 'Q' out of Quit

Instead of sticking around to fix these problems, Clark County School District Superintendent Dwight Jones is turning his back on the students, and letting some of the more sleazy Clark County teachers know that a return back to the routine "way" is to be expected after his departure. Although we are disappointed at his departure, it is better to have a Quitter leave than to expect a Quitter to excel. Indeed, minority student advocates claim they are the most disappointed by the resignation of the minority-majority district's second black superintendent. However, the surprise quitting of Dwight Jones should really be no surprise; quitting is a common element in certain districts of Las Vegas and in certain communities.

We recommend that Nevada students who are disappointed in the eventual absence of Dwight Jones to simply ignore the fact that he was ever present. If Hillary Clinton -- a senior blonde woman far older than Dwight Jones --- can serve four years of uninterrupted service as Secretary of State, and travel to hundreds of countries in extreme conditions, and tackle the complexities of being Secretary of State, constantly have to contend with bickering between two well-financed, egotistical political parties that dwarf the Nevada teacher's union, manage the womanizing proclivities of her husband, then Dwight Jones SHOULD be able to complete his term as being a simple Clark County school employee in his comfortable, non-controversial life-style. Then again, you can't take the letter 'Q' out of Quit no matter how hard you try. That's our opinion. We welcome yours.


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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Lucrative African-American Scholarship Opportunities

Lucrative African-American Scholarship Opportunities

It is without question that African-Americans need scholarships, grants, and financial-aid. This Scholarship Blog report provides an insight about the numerous scholarships, grants, and financial-aid resources for African-Americans, as well as scholarships, grants, and financial-aid resources for African-American moms, mothers, and women.

According to statistics and commentary from the Tavis Smiley Reports, there are numerous adverse and daunting statistics that American-Americans/Black Americans must overcome to pursue a collegiate education, not the least of which is obtaining scholarships for African-Americans. Tavis Smiley documents that "Young Black men — across the board — score below their counterparts in other racial and ethnic groups when it comes to graduation rates, literacy rates and college preparedness." And many African American men, in turn, are virtually locked out of employment and are filling up the nation’s prisons in disproportionate numbers.

According to a compelling report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation that emphasizes the connection between early childhood literacy and dropout rates, there are startling figures in regards to the need to look at the achievement gaps between Black and white public school students from the Department of Education, which should generate interest in further expanding funds towards African-American Scholarships.

African-American scholarships are important for a number of reasons. African-American Scholarships are sponsored and funded to addresss unique issues and circumstances that in principle and actual theory largely affect African-Americans. Sponsor that promote and fund African-American Scholarships do so because of their belief that African-American Scholarships will not only help African-American students, but represent a benevolent act of helping humanity. African-American Scholarships help to address a growing lack of funding and scholarship opportunities for African-American students.

African-American ScholarshipsAfrican-American Scholarships general scholarship eligibility requirements are as follows for our $25,000, $15,000, and $10,000 African-American Scholarships:


  1. African-American scholarship applicants must consider himself/herself to be an African-American or Black U.S. citizen;

  2. African-American/Minority scholarship applicants must be a U.S. citizen at time of application;

  3. African-American scholarship applicants must register his/her name and email address, and payment preference with National Academy of American Scholars;

  4. African-American scholarship applicants must be a U.S. senior in high school;

  5. African-American scholarship applicants must write an essay in 500 words or less why he/she deserves to win an African-American Scholarship;

  6. African-American scholarship applicant must LIKE the FaceBook page of Scholarships, Grants, and Financial-aid page sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars or follow our Twitter account;

  7. African-American scholarship applicant must generate at least 150 Scholarship Points to be invited to participate in our Scholarships, Grants, and Financial-aid monthly contests.

For a detailed review of our multiple scholarships, grants, and financial-aid options in each and every state, from Alaska to Wyoming, for African-American students and African-American moms, mothers, and single mothers that are seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, please visit our State-by-State Scholarship Directory website that contains numerous scholarships, grants, and financial-aid options for African-American students and African-American moms, mothers, and single mothers that are seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid :
State-by-State African-American Scholarship Directory

For a detailed review of our multiple scholarships, grants, and financial-aid options for African-American students and African-American moms, mothers, and single mothers that are seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, please visit our website at: African-American Scholarships

Monday, March 4, 2013

Dump Antonio Villaraigosa as L.A. Mayor

Dump Antonio Villaraigosa as L.A. Mayor

This week voters in Los Angeles are being tasked with the responsibility of either selecting a new Mayor or retaining the current Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. In 2005, Antonio Villaraigosa rode a massive wave of previous undocumented workers, suspect citizens, good-hearted Hispanics and Latinos who voted to make him the city's first Hispanic/Mexican mayor since 1872.

The election of 2005 confirmed the clout of the fast-growing Latino/Hispanic/Mexican population and turned Antonio Villaraigosa into an instant celebrity. With his fingers in the cookie jar, and his penis not far behind, Antonio Villaraigosa was quick to make use of his celebrity position and newfound status.

Sure, Antonio Villaraigosa participated in the politics of the city. Voted on various political issues. Discussed rising deficts. Debated with the School Board, and became the best of friends with the local L.A. Police Chief.

The real prize, however, of becoming Mayor for Antonio Villaraigosa was access to beautiful women and disrespecting professional women. Like an immature, childish, and brazen thug, Antonio Villaraigosa quickly used his position to explot the opportunity for extra-marital affairs. The ones that the public are aware of include his sexual affair with Telemundo TV news anchorwoman Mirthala Salinas, a a multi-talented Latina/Hispanic.

In July of 2007, Antonio Villaraigosa remarked publicly that "I have a relationship with Ms. Salinas, and I take full responsibility for my actions." He indicated the illicit, dirty, and immoral affair had been going on for about a year. Therefore, if we assume this irresponsible politician is for once in his life telling us the truth, his affiar can be traced back to 2006.

No affair takes places immediately, even one involving men like Antonio Villaraigosa. First, Antonio Villaraigosa laid the seeds of the affair. We can estimate that the real beginning of the affair most likely started when Mirthala Salinas actually met Antonio Villaraigosa.

Indeed, the dirty anchorwoman even stated "I first got to know the mayor at a professional level where we went on to become friends. The current relationship grew out of our existing friendship." In other words, Mirthala Salinas subscribes to the notion that friends sleep with friends.

Even after the filthy affair was exposed, and after the dirt and soot began to fill the air, her employer (Telemudo) still did not terminate her employment, denounce her conduct, and neither did Antonio Villaraigosa resign from office despite his embarassment to the State of California.

With his wife of 20 years, Corina, out of the way (having filed for divorce after 20 years so he can devote more time to 'play'), Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has been seen around Los Angeles with more attractive and semi-attractive women than athletes. Another television news reporter, semi-attractive Lu Parker, began dating Antonio Villaraigosa after his first affair was exposed.

Antonio Villaraigosa recently said that he would like to someday be governor of California. OMG! Just like East European brute Arnold. Do we really need another mayoral term for this creep?

Los Angeles has a slate of mayoral candidates who are running for Mayor in 2013. None deserve mention, however. The city could elect its first woman mayor this year, or its first Jewish one, or the first openly gay/homosexual one.

With Antonio Villaraigosa as Mayor, the city has had a lot of spectacular crises. The Christopher Dorner rampage. 10.2 percent unemployment. A proposed sales tax jump. The weight of municipal unions, and numerous high-schools in Los Angeles that are not linked to the NAAS.ORG website. How can L.A. students finance their collegiate education with the numerous scholarships, grants, and financial-aid sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars?

The city of Los Angeles is teetering on the brink of bankruptcy. Los Angeles is currently running a $1.4 billion deficit while its hot-pants Mayor can't keep his eyes and pants off of beautiful women or even semi-attractive ones.

The city of Los Angeles needs a real Mayor, not a Player or Playboy. The city of Los Angeles needs a mayor who will use his clout to ensure that all students, moms, mothers, and single moms are aware of the numerous scholarships, grants, and financial-aid opportunities that are sponsored by NAAS.ORG. We gave Antonio Villaraigosa a chance to demonstrate his support. We voted for him. We trusted him. We thought we liked him. We prayed for him to do right. He ignored us. He ignored the best interests of women, moms, and single mothers, and instead viewed beautiful women as sexual targets. Antonio Villaraigosa deemed the pink panties of Mirthala Salinas more important than our votes.

For these reasons, and more it is time Dump Antonio Villaraigosa as L.A. Mayor. We need a mayor who will support scholarships, grants, and financial-aid to students, and moms, and who will place the educational sytem of Los Angeles schools on top again.

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Saturday, March 2, 2013

State-by-State Scholarship Directory


An official State-by-State Scholarship Directory

The Official Scholarship Directory is entirely free, and sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars. Unlike many other scholarship-search based services, the Scholarship Directory sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars does not require any login , or user name. Students, moms, women, and single mothers that are seeking information about scholarships, grants, financial-aid, tuition assistance, need only browse the Scholarship Directory to find the right scholarship, grants, or financial-aid.

In the Scholarship Directory, we have scholarships, grants, and financial-aid information by state agency, as well as by federal agency.The Scholarship Directory also has resourceful information about the latest government grants, scholarship search services, scholarship reviews, as well information relating to scholarships for women, single moms, mothers, and adult students seeking important information concerning scholarship, grants, or financial-aid.

We encourage students to browse our Scholarship Directory for up-to-date, and ever-changing information and scholarship resources featured in our FREE Scholarship Directory. Regardless of what state you live, we have information regarding your state of demographic location featured in the Scholarship Directory.

An official State-by-State Scholarship Directory

To insure that the Scholarship Directory sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars is full of cooperative and resourceful information, we encourage organizations that sponsor scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, as well as financial-aid consultants, to consider placing a link and profile in the Scholarship Directory. The costs is entirely free as long as you provide a verifed reciprocal hyperlink.

For a detailed review of our Scholarship Directory and to apply for the listed scholarships, please visit our official State-by-State Scholarship Directory at: State-by-State Scholarship Directory

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