16-20 Uplifting Headlines of the Week
16. The proposed ballot measure could decriminalize the adult use of hallucinogenic (i.e: Magic/Psilocybin) mushrooms in California. – Source
17. Father of late Metallica bassist Cliff Burton reveals that he has been quietly donating his son’s continuing royalties to scholarships for music students in the San Francisco Bay Area. – Source
18. Federal Judge rules Indiana seizing cars with civil forfeiture is unconstitutional. – Source
19. Nanomachines that drill into cancer cells killing them in just 60 seconds developed by scientists. – Source
20. Duke University scientists have created a “lethal injection” for tumors that costs about $5. – Source
21-25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week
21. The University of Montana has, for the first time, partnered with a local brewery to create a branded beer that will benefit an alcohol abuse awareness and prevention program as well as a late-night downtown Missoula bus shuttle. – Source
22. For three brothers, ‘Texas pride’ means buying a 5-ton truck on Craigslist and helping their fellow Texans. – Source
23. Meet the 10-year-old who donated 1,000 backpacks to Flint students. – Source
24. Logic performs a song about suicide prevention awareness on live TV; Suicide Hotline call volume increases 50%. – Source
25. For the first time in California history, a bear who injured a person Will avoid euthanasia, and live on in a zoo. – Source
11. Number of Americans on food stamps dropping rapidly as more people getting jobs, Two million people left the program in the past year alone.
this is actually because many Republican states are starting toughened work requirement limitations. Its not because everyone is finding jobs.
Disabled, elderly, and homeless people are being pushed off the program to create a false image of economic recovery.