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    Watching your caffeine intake? Read this.
    Have you been trying to cut down on caffeine? Recently while sitting cross-legged in yoga and noticed I felt a little jittery. Not good. It was a sign that the second cup of coffee I had had that morning may have been a cup too many. While...
  • Cola Pot Roast
    Recipes: Cola Pot Roast
    There are so many unique ways in which to use cola. My dad taught me how to clean the car’s battery connections by pouring cola directly onto them. He thought that would deter me from wanting to drink Cokes, but not so much.Two of my...
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    Would you buy a used mom from this man?
    The 2014 State of the Union address to the nation is in the books, Barry Dunham Obama Soetoro Marshall Davis has given America something less than an inspiring view of what we can strive for as a people, but more of little Johnny's unrealistic...
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    Paul Ryan budget deal with Democrats hammers military retirees
    "This is the worst kind of example of a shady, backroom deal." --Col. Michael Barron US Army (Ret.)The recent proposed federal budget deal cut by the former Republican vice presidential candidate will be payed for out of the flesh of...
  • Military retirees
    COLA adjustments to military retirees holding up budget passage
    COLA adjustments should be the same across the board. Discussion today about Senate Republicans resisting cost of living adjustments to military retirement schedules, and thereby holding up the budget approval highlights a larger requirement.The...
  • Average Social Security benefits to rise by $19 in January
    Average Social Security benefits to rise by $19 in January
    Nearly 58 million retirees and disabled Americans will see their Social Security benefits rise by $19 this January; one of the smallest increases ever issued since the government adopted automatic cost of living adjustments (COLA) in 1975 so that...
  • Social Security increase: Lowest benefits bump in decades
    Social Security increase: Lowest benefits bump in decades
    Social Security increase yields the lowest benefits bump seen in decades. Due to the government shutdown, the exact amount will not be known until the inflation report for September is released. According to KING 5 Seattle on Oct. 14, this was...
  • Social Security
    Social Security increase expected to be one of the smallest on record
    This year’s Social Security cost of living adjustment is likely going to be one of its smallest according to a USA Today story published on Monday, October 14, 2013.Based on preliminary figures, the expected adjustment this year will be...
  • Social Security increase for 2014: Likely 1.5 % monthly increase ‘by about $17’
    Social Security increase: 2014 brings 1.5% Social Security increase, ‘about $17’
    The Social Security increase for 2014 is expected to be around 1.5 percent. While the words “Social Security increase” might sound great, the reality is that a 1.5 percent increase in Social Security for 2014 would mean that for the...
  • COLA to be smallest in years
    Your Social Security raise will be the smallest in years
    News sources reported on Sunday that for the second straight year in a row, the Social Security "Cost of Living Adjustment"(COLA) increase due in 2014 will be among the smallest since automatic increases were adopted in 1975.This means...
  • Woman who drank nothing but soda for 16 years learned to regret this.
    Woman drank only soda for 16 years: Learns the hard way it was unhealthy
    A woman who drank only soda, mostly cola, for the past 16 yearsended up with a dire medical problem. The woman who only consumed soda for a beverage, didn’t have water, milk or juices like normal folks do, according to The Corner News on...
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    Cola and honey could result in unusual arrhythmia symptoms
    Adverse medical conditions and mad honey poisoningTwo studies “studies underline the importance of clinicians taking detailed medical histories for patients with unexplained arrhythmias and including questions about their dietary intakes...
  • COLA funding bill signed
    President Obama signs COLA increase for veterans
    Veterans will now see a COLA increase on their checks. President Obama signed a bill that will give veterans and their families a 1.7 percent rate hike under the COLA (cost of living adjustment) law.The increase will come to veterans on their...
  • President Obama and First Lady commemorate Veteran's Day
    U.S. Senate passes COLA bill for disabled veterans and survivors
    On Tuesday on their first day back in session since before the election, the United States Senate passed by unanimous consent a bill which provides a cost of living adjustment (COLA) starting on December 1, 2012 on benefits for disabled veterans...
  • COLA will put little fizz in Social Security checks (Video)
    COLA will put little fizz in Social Security checks (Video)
    Each month, economists, political pundits and politicians await the latest unemployment figures.Many believe that Barack Obama’s presidency will rise or fall on how well the economy is doing, as seen through the percentage of unemployed,...