• June 28, 2022

8 protections that would make us sane again!

When Donald Trump ran his surprisingly successful campaign in 2015 and 2016, and was later elected President of the United States, he emphasized his slogan, Make America Great Again. This catchphrase potentially has a variety of meanings, depending on who is looking at it. Unfortunately, it appears that the President focused on dividing us, rather…

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Market Outlook for Fall 2012: Oil, Gold and Stocks

The broader US market indices have hit new 2012 highs in the last two trading sessions. Along with the stock move up; gold, silver and oil have followed suit. A combination of perceived European economic stability and more Federal Reserve bond purchases have led to a 10% rise in stocks, a 25% rise in WTI…

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Top 3 Dog Behavior Problems and How to Solve Them – Part 2

In the first part of this 3-part how-to, we pointed out that some canine behaviors are ingrained, while others are learned. We also highlight successful ways to control excessive barking. In part 2 we will discuss effective techniques to stop biting. Canine behavior problems: biting According to the US Center for Disease Control in Atlanta,…

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Wrestling Tough – A Tough Guy’s Book Review

In a sport where your opponent is there to bend you to his will, being strong is a requirement that goes beyond the physical or mental. That’s it. The moves are all the same, they’re paired by weight class, and everyone’s looking at you two. In the book, hard fight, author Mike Chapman breaks down…

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College Football 2007: There are poll hopefuls, 9 of the top 25 teams get a reality check

(Editor’s note: All ratings used in this article come from the AP Top 25 survey and all team ratings used are from Sagarin, the gold standard among rating services.) In the world of college football there are pretenders and contenders. Nine of the top 25 AP teams and 3 of the top 5 received a…

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Utah Jazz Basketball Articles: 2006 Early Season Analysis

Jerry Sloan has a quality team on his hands, but it still hasn’t developed the way it should. The Jazz are doing better away from home than at the Delta Center, which has owner Larry Miller to worry about. For the second year in a row they started well, but have dropped shortly after. Can…

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Panasonic TX42V10

Panasonic always seems to find some way to get a good TV and the TXP42V10 is no different. This particular one is a high-end plasma TV with a sleek design that is visually stunning. The TV is technologically advanced and should please anyone who is looking for a top of the line TV that delivers…

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How to avoid becoming a sugar daddy

A sugar daddy is candy, not a real man Gold digger women fill the world of online dating just as they do in the real world. If you have a little money, I’m sure you know how fast the gold diggers come. However, there are a few ways you can avoid becoming a sugar daddy…

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Family life in the 18th century

Marriage, children, economic circumstances, and social status were closely linked during the eighteenth century. Most families were what the famous English author Daniel Defoe called “the middle class” or the middle class, a family status that did not exist before the 18th century. During the 1600s, people were either rich and privileged or absolutely poor…

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The Florida Everglades: America’s Only Subtropical Wilderness

If you’re looking for truly unspoiled subtropical wilderness without having to travel outside of the continental United States, we’ve got one not far away in South Florida. The Florida Everglades is certainly more than dangerous mosquitoes, alligators, and snakes, and it’s more than just a huge swampy area. It is a giant and fragile ecosystem…

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