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America is #1… But Not in a Good Way

America is #1… But Not in a Good Way

For decades, America has prided itself on being number one. Number one in what? For a while it represented good things, like economic strength, personal freedoms, and quality of life. However, in recent years our great nation has started claiming ...

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Bountiful Raspberries

Bountiful Raspberries

Raspberries are a versatile, small fruit that can be used fresh, baked in pies and pastries, and canned for winter use as jams and preserves. These beautiful little gems can be grown at elevations as high as 7,000 feet, although it may be necessary to protect your canes from the rigors of winter if you live in a cold, blustery climate.

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Natural And Herbal Cold Remedies

Natural And Herbal Cold Remedies

While science hasn’t proved the validity of most herbal remedies, they have been used for thousands of years, even before the scientific community existed. There is no remedy that is 100% effective for the prevention of colds, but there are ...

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Review: Backpacks

Review: Backpacks

School necessity…. airline carry on…. overnight bag…. equipment carrier…. diaper bag…. hiking must… emergency preparation…. A good backpack is all of these and more. These versatile bags have been around for ages, and it seems like new uses are discovered ...

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American Education and the Bible

American Education and the Bible

The founders of our nation took the words of Proverbs 1:7 seriously: “the fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge.” Most of them understood this truth and stressed what they saw as obvious relationships between Biblical absolutes, a ...

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Growing Your Own Popcorn

Growing Your Own Popcorn

Popcorn has more than 100 strains that vary in flavor, tenderness, presence, color, shape, and hulls. Regardless of the color of the kernel, once popped, all corn is white – don’t let commercial cheese or colorings fool you. There are two strains of corn most often chosen for popping—mushroom and snowflake. Mushroom pops small and round and is preferred by companies that make caramel corn. Snowflake pops up large and fluffy. It is served at the movies and sold for home use.

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Track Your Marketing Efforts

Track Your Marketing Efforts

One of the biggest keys to business success is a strong marketing plan. But it’s not enough to simply implement your marketing strategy; if you want to repeat your successes and avoid wasting money and effort, you’ll need to track your marketing efforts closely. Every marketing endeavor needs to be analyzed to find out what works and what doesn’t. One way of doing this is to track your return on investment (ROI). You can track your ROI for sales and for profits.

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