Author: Vandita
A list of some of the brutally honest things women in their 20s must do to live their life on their own terms; add more fun, passion, excitement, and adventure to their youthful decade, and be on top of the world.

 Author: Atreyee Chowdhury
There are many levels and types of intelligence. Broad categories define different levels of intelligence. Life Hack puts together two columns to specify 8 essential differences between Wise People and Smart people based on how they work in different circumstances.

 Author: Atreyee Chowdhury
Our brain is wired to evaluate and judge the behaviours and gestures of other people. This is essentially a survival mechanism that tries to filter likeable people from unlikeable ones.

 Author: Atreyee Chowdhury
Oprah Winfrey said, “Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right.”

No one knows how to profit from scaring the pants off of people quite like the government. And they don’t even need an actual threat to make it happen.

 Author: Grete Mautner
Throughout the last year, Europe was suffering from a series a series of terrorist attacks carried out by Islamist radicals. When it seemed at some point that the Europeans were prepared to repel new attacks, ISIS militants cast yet another painful blow, while claiming new innocent people. At this point it’s pretty obvious that ISIS is not going to stop, and there’s evidence that may use chemical or biological weapons next time around.

 Author: Christopher Black
The propaganda campaign by the NATO war alliance against Russia has several components. The newest elements are the surreal allegations being made by the Obama regime, suffering a fit of apoplexy over the victory of Donald Trump in the American elections, that Russia interfered in the elections, that President-elect Trump is a Russian agent, and that Russia is conducting a war against American “democracy.” The other components are that Russia invaded Ukraine and Crimea, massacres civilians in Syria, threatens hybrid war operations in the Baltic, threatens the German elections, threatens European “democracy” in general and is about to invade Europe. Each component is as egregious and absurd as the rest but one of the most vicious of these absurdities is the campaign directed against Russia concerning the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 over east Ukraine on 17 July, 2014.

 Author: Gary G. Kohls, MD, special guest to Natural Blaze
“We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth… For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it might cost, I am willing to know the whole truth, to know the worst, and to provide for it.” — Patrick Henry (1775)

 Author: True Activist
CNN has faced criticism and accusations of bias over its political news coverage.

 Author: Atreyee Chowdhury
Self-motivation can often turn out to be a daunting task.

 Author: Atreyee Chowdhury
While the best things in life do not need to be paid for, it still requires your hard work, sweat, and perseverance. Life skills are a great example of such things.

 Author: Claire Bernish
President-elect Donald Trump has undoubtedly ruffled feathers in staffing his administration, but the choice of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. — know for his skepticism on the safety of vaccines — to chair a commission tasked with studying the efficacy of and issues concerning vaccinations, will undoubtedly raise eyebrows from both sides of the issue.

 Author: Darius Shahtahmasebi
It’s time to put to rest the notion and myth perpetuated by the corporate media that Barack Obama had a “hands off” approach to the Syrian conflict. According to a Council on Foreign Relations estimate, Obama dropped over 26,000 bombs in 2016 — almost half of which fell in Syrian territory.

 Author: Amando Flavio
After the Global Financial Crisis, no U.S. bank was indicted or found guilty of any criminal charges. Meanwhile, in Iceland, 26 bankers were incarcerated after the citizen democratically voted the banks guilty as charged. Why didn't the U.S. citizen get a vote?