NASCAR Star Dale Earnhardt Jr. Speaks Out For Immigration

One of the biggest names in NASCAR is speaking out in favor of immigration after President Donald Trump’s executive order halting the nation’s refugee program and banning travelers from seven Muslim-majority nations.   Dale Earnhardt Jr. responded to a tweet from Gelar Budidarma, who described himself as a Muslim NASCAR fan in Indonesia:  @GelarBudidarma my fam immigrated […]

Kallen Diggs: My Expat Life, No Family, Lonely Birthdays: A Moment of Self-Reflection

It is 2017! Another New Year! This year is a milestone as I am now 30. I am still young, but not Generation Z young. Society’s standards often defin… Read more: Travel, Personal Development, Self-Help, Family, Life Lessons, Travel News Personal Development on Huffington Post

Sage Steele Gets Justifiably Roasted For Complaining About Airport Protests

Social media users blasted ESPN commentator Sage Steele for being a bad sport after she complained that Sunday’s LAX protest against Donald Trump’s travel ban inconvenienced her. Steele was attempting to catch a flight from Los Angeles to Houston, the site of the Super Bowl. She wrote that the demonstration made her and other passengers […]

Athletes Brace For Effects Of Donald Trump’s Order Targeting Muslims

President Donald Trump’s executive order banning Syrian refugees and preventing travelers from several Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States has left people stranded in airports across the country and resulted in others being turned away at the door. Its impact has already been felt in the film industry, and there are growing concerns that […]

21st Century Leadership Intelligence

Being an effective leader of people in today’s world seems to be much more complicated than in years past. In the previous century, for the vast majority, work was approached as a means for survival. The level of employee engagement did not dictate how long they stayed in the role. That’s different today, however. Working […]

There Is Still Work Ahead For Workplace Equity

Eight years ago today, landmark legislation was enacted in the name of women’s equality activist Lilly Ledbetter to advance equal pay. Today’s anniversary is a reminder that while we’ve made strides to end pay inequality, the persistence of the gender and racial wage gap means we’ve got much more work to do. According to the National […]

Russians At Home And In America Expect Trump To Deliver — But On What Depends

While the American people may be divided over Donald Trump’s presidency, most Russians at home and in the U.S. support Trump. Russia quite uniformly celebrated the new U.S. president’s inauguration on a grand scale, and though the excitement was slightly toned down this past week ― with more moderate hopes and embraces of Trump’s first […]