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Solar Energy Breakthroughs Review And Giveaway

Solar Energy Breakthroughs Review And Giveaway

Puerto Rico’s power grid crisis has triggered renewed interest in solar energy. That’s what happens when a hurricane takes down 100 percent of a U.S. territory’s power grid and leaves millions of people in the dark. And it’s only going ...

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Freedom Lantern Review And Giveaway

Freedom Lantern Review And Giveaway

When lightning strikes your town and the power goes out at night, what do you do? Incredibly, most people still reach for candles, even though they’re the cause of nearly 2,000 house fires each year in America. We’ve discovered the ...

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Briefcase Backup Review And Giveaway

Briefcase Backup Review And Giveaway

Everyone likes giveaways, right? I mean, who doesn’t throw their name in the hat when there’s a chance to win something? And if it’s a really good prize, they’ll really want to win. Well, we’ve got a really good prize ...

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The Murder of the Century

The Murder of the Century

The Murder of the Century is about, as you might guess, a murder.

But more than that, it is the story of how journalism became sensationalism and truth learned to play second fiddle to headlines that sell. Long before CNN, MSNBC, and FOX News, Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst were betting their fortunes on creating a new kind of media. Ironically, Pulitzer is now remembered for the likes of iconic Pulitzer Prize winning authors, Harper Lee and William Faulkner. But in 1897, he and Hearst all but invented yellow journalism.

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How Do You Kill 11 Million People?

How Do You Kill 11 Million People?

Be forewarned; this book is short, blunt, and sobering.

In typical eBook spoiled brat fashion, one Amazon reviewer gives the book two stars for this reason: “Although the basic idea is a good wake up call, it really should not have the selling price it does by any means. $1.99 would have been the fair price for the Kindle version of this book.” If you share the attitude that the value of the words of a book is solely determined by its length and format, I would suggest you not waste your time reading any further.

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