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Winter IS Gardening Time

Winter IS Gardening Time

Even though there is frost in the air, and possibly snow on the ground, now is the time to prepare for next year’s harvest. Though not much grows when the ground is cold and the air is frozen, the beds ...

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Information Products: An Easy Way to Launch A Business

Information Products: An Easy Way to Launch A Business

We’ve spent the last couple of weeks exploring how to get ideas for your own home-based business. Are you pumped and ready to jump in with both feet? Today’s column will give you a great way to get started. For a low-investment, fast start-up kind of business, information products can’t be beat. What are information products? Strictly speaking, information products are ...

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Let the Man Stand Alone!

Let the Man Stand Alone!

With the Centennial of the birth of Ronald Reagan upon us, it is amazing to watch how readily voices that once deplored him now see which can seem most sincere in invoking his name. None is more disingenuous than that ...

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Egypt and the Internet Revolution

Egypt and the Internet Revolution

With events moving at a dizzying pace across the Arab speaking world, it is still much too early to know what lasting impact the freedom movements in countries like Tunisia and Egypt will have. The Obama administration in the US, ...

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Do We Have the Backbone for Tough Love?

Do We Have the Backbone for Tough Love?

Do We Have the Backbone for Tough Love? The GOP-controlled House has issued their Spending Reduction Act of 2011, reducing federal spending by $2.5 trillion dollars over the next ten years. Rand Paul has proposed $500 billion in federal budget ...

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The H1N1 Vaccine Mythos Exposed

The H1N1 Vaccine Mythos Exposed

The year was 1976, my wife and I had been married a little over a year, and our first child was a few days away from coming into this world. Looking back, 1976 was a strange year. Our president was ...

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