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  • Manage Your Bills
    Manage Your Bills, Manage Your Life
    For those of us who have had a rough time getting their finances in order, and want to make the transition toward saving for your future, I’ve outline a game plan,. Here you can find the steps toward getting out of debt and making a...
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    Kabbage funding service provides quick capital to small online businesses
    For many individuals, fresh business ideas are a regular occurrence along with the tempting desire to pursue one or two of them occasionally. What holds back some would-be entrepreneurs are their present financial situations. Perhaps you might not...
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    Federal funds given to mega-farmers only, ignoring organic farmers
    Want more access to healthy, affordable organic fruits and vegetables?Environmental Working Group (EWG) is currently working on Capitol Hill to make sure that organic and family farmers - instead of profitable ”mega-farms” - get their...
  • Wildfires ravage Colorado as 2012 relief funds finally arrive
    Wildfires ravage Colorado as 2012 relief funds finally arrive
    High temperatures and windy conditions feed wildfires and spell disaster for many Coloradans. Last year, it was reported that the state faced one of the worst wildfire seasons in over a decade (CBS). One instance, the High Park Fire, consumed...
  • Praying for Jessica Meadows
    Praying for Jessica Meadows
    On October 1, a young lady by the name of Jessica Meadows was involved in a serious car accident. Her car flipped several times leaving her in a unresponsive state. Friends and family who recently made a visit to the hospital reported that the...
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    Romney’s vision of a free enterprise
    As a registered voter, I have been following Obama’s economic vision for the upcoming years, and Mitt Romney’s vision, the leader for the Republican nomination. I am against Mitt Romney’s presumptions for changing the current...
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    School funding for alternative education may change with new government bill
    New changes in state funding laws may directly affect the existing alternative education systems in certain U.S. schools.In recent school news, new funding legislation in Lansing, Mich., is being taken a look at for the future of programs...
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    Georgia legislators introduce The HOME Act
    Atlanta, GA - Senator Johnny Isakson and Representative Tom Graves introduced the HOME Act which would permit Americans to withdraw retirement funds from the 401(k) to make mortgage payments tax free. The long title is the "Hardship Outlays...
  • John Edwards charged in felony indictment
    John Edwards, charged in felony indictment
    John Edwards, charged in felony indictmentSan Francisco residents are waking up to the top news that John Edwards, the two-time presidential candidate has been charged by a Federal Grand Jury.According to San Francisco's local news station,...
  • American Cancer Society's Sixth Annual Taste of Hope
    American Cancer Society's Sixth Annual Taste of Hope
    The American Cancer Society Eastern Division held their Sixth Annual Taste of Hope recently at the exquisite 82 Mercer Street in Soho, New York City. American Cancer Society's Taste of Hope is an evening of food, wine, spirits and inspiration....
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    Strategic strengths of the Tea Party
    In a bit under two years, the Tea Party has shown some surprising strategic strengths - ones that are here to stay: 1) "Boots on the ground": To use the current pet phrase of the elites in Washington for foot soldiers, the Tea Party...
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    New Jersey to be Part of Education Effort through RTTT
    As followed fairly extensively by this Examiner, New Jersey losing out on the chance to be one of ten recipients of $400 million for education has led to a chain of events over the last week plus. Well, it might not be the grand prize that the...
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    Mass. to use Stimulus Funds to Expand Broadband Access
    The State of Massachusetts invested a total of $71.6 billion in funds to expand broadband access to Western and North Central areas of the state. $45.4 million of the funds are federal stimulus funds. Governor Patrick said that “Expanding...
  • How much money does a Tea Party group need for a "street" rally like this June one in Burlington?
    Does the Tea Party really need money?
    An article in today's Washington Post says that Tea Party groups are running out of money. But does the Tea Party really need money - or, at the most, much money at all? The article - which actually was from the Capitol Hill newspaper...
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    Alternative investments (inverse index funds & ETF)
    Before delving into the world of inverse index funds and ETFs, let's define what they are. An ETF is an investment vehicle tracking an index, bought and sold like a stock. The ETF aggregates all of the stocks comprising an index. Since it is a...