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$360 Million US Tax Dollars Wind Up In Taliban’s Pockets
Yes, a fraction of your money that you pay in taxes has gone directly into the pockets of the people our soldiers are fighting.  In this case, with the war in Afghanistan,  aid money the US government has paid to the community and governments ends up in Taliban hands.
Aghanistan is a very c…
Debt Ceiling Crisis For Dummies
I think we can agree that everyone knows what debt is, and at this point should know that the United States has a ton of it.  Trillions of it.  So what's the debt ceiling all about and does it really matter?  Oh yeah.  Big Time.  We could be back in a full scale recessi…
USA Women’s Soccer Team Heartbreak, What’s Next?
We are proud of you Women's Soccer Team!!
The heartbreak of losing Sunday’s World Cup final will take some time to heal, but in the aftermath of the United States’ extraordinary and ultimately unfulfilled summer journey, there were immediate positives.
As it headed home following Japan’s incredible an…
Smartphones May Make The Key Obsolete
Do you think you'll be comfortable going keyless?  As technology advances more and more of the things we are so used to having appear to be going the way of the dinosaur.
Front pockets and purses are slowly being emptied of one of civilization's most basic and enduring tools: the…
Traffic Cameras Might Be The New Answer To States Shortfall.
If traffic camera go in every major city, do you think that would be fair? Well, there are two schools of thought. shouldn't be speeding or going through red lights anyway, if you were driving according to the law, you would never get a ticket. 2....there's that part of you that feels like y…
Deep Sea Diver Vows to Recover and Photograph Osama bin Laden
President Obama's recent announcement that terrorist leader Osama bin Laden had been killed by US operatives in Pakistan prompted happy cheers and a giant, collaborative sigh of relief from citizens around the world. After five minutes of celebration, though, came demands for photographic or vi…
Gas Prices Expected To Continue Drop
This morning on the way to work, I saw gas had dropped again to $3.75 next door to our studios.  Great! But still way too expensive.   The average cost of a gallon of gas in the U.S. is now $3.75, and it is expected to continue dropping.

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