Shopping Frenzy With Credit Cards and Gift Cards

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It is the shopping season again. This is the time when holidays are just waiting around the corner. When the shopping frenzy is at its peak. Online and manual shopping alike becomes a trend. Online shopping is pretty conducive for those who are not fond of roaming around shopping malls and boutiques. Those who love […]

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ABC Guide to the 2014 FIFA World Cup – ABC News

Have you been watching the World Cup? What a great series so far, and if you have been watching the 2014 Soccer World Cup in Brazil then you might have scene the latest stunner as the USA defeats Ghana yes, a stunning victory indeed. Here is the schedule of the event from ABC. The quadrennial […]

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Is it right to jail someone for being offensive on Facebook or Twitter? | Law | The Guardian

I really had no idea how offensive some of the comments can be on social media. But do you think people should be jailed for them? If like me you were unaware of recent developments on this topic, you will find this article both interesting and a little unsettling. So here it is the article, […]

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The Heartbreak of a Broken City: Detroit

How does the corrupt leadership of a city go unchecked for so long, that by the time there is hope, it’s almost too late? It’s infuriating that a major city — one that created an industry that helped bankroll a country — could file for bankruptcy. What killed Detroit? Let’s not forget who. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/on-leadership/wp/2013/07/19/what-killed-detroit-lets-not-forget-the-who/ The Detroit […]

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God Bless Our Troops, Until They Need Healthcare

My memory is haunted with thought about a veteran I met on the streets of Phoenix. After getting off the #41 bus along Indian School Road to transfer to the #7 bus stop on the corner of 7th Avenue East in Phoenix, Arizona, because I had just missed the connection, I settled in for the long wait. […]

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Journalism Is Not A Crime

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Those of us who live in North America, while there are exceptions (Edward Snowden and a handful of jailed j0urnalists) to the free speech rule, for the most part, we are all blessed with the ability to post and say what we want, both privately and publicly, using any medium. Not so in a place […]

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The Space Story : Self Storage and Mini Storage

It is quite surprising to know that the self-storage space in the US is more than three times the size of the Manhattan Island. One out if every ten households in the US rents a storage facility. Whereas individuals are using the self-storage units for storing everything from clothing to home décor items to sporting […]

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A Smooth Move Kit

Packing is one of the biggest challenges involved in making a residential move. If you are confused as to how to pack your endless stuff so to get them transported safely and securely to your new home, get yourself the basic moving supplies. You must buy heavy duty packing tape for packing the boxes. Packing […]

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Filling In Airtime With Pundits and Props

His reluctant 15 minutes of fame just got an extension. Canadian Pilot Mitchell Casado has had his fair share of air time on CNN these days as the non-stop 24/7 coverage of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 continues indefinitely. While CNN is calling Casado a “pilot for the people,” one view of any of […]

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Sanctions Against Russia Inch Forward After Crimean Vote

  Why can’t we all just get along. A downward development in our relations with Russia. The president announces possibility of sanctions. “If Russia continues to interfere with Ukraine, we stand ready to impose further sanctions.” Obama said in his statement from the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room. He added, “We’ll continue to make […]

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Pros And Cons Of Sandblasting For Your Workplace

Whilst sandblasting is widely used in a variety of industries (thanks to its alleged speed and precision in smoothing, cleaning or even removing surface finishes), there has been some speculation over its effectiveness in recent years. In this article, we have aimed to cover as many of the advantages and disadvantages of undertaking sandblasting as […]

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7 Excellent Methods For Cleaning Copper

Even though many people prefer to use copper over other metals because of its beautiful appearance, it can actually be quite frustrating to clean when it becomes dirty or tarnished. The good news is that there are a number of methods that you can use to clean copper, many of them utilising ingredients that you […]

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Achieve Recognition as an International Journalist

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Presse ausweis being the German for press card, serves as a proof of full time and part time activity to a third party. It is primarily a working tool on the issues of journalistic research. Press cards are issued by organizations and editors, who create criteria for awards, to full-time and part time journalists. They […]

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While Obamacare stuns the U.S., Leading from Behind Unravels World Peace

While Obamacare stuns the U.S., Leading from Behind Unravels World Peace (via Tom O’Halloran) By Sol W. Sanders   The U.S. is transfixed by the Obama administration’s massively bungled attempt to nationalize one sixth of the economy, the health welfare system. But the rest of the world watches the slow motion unfolding of another debacle:…

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Are US air strikes recklessly killing civilians?

Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have issued a joint report accusing the United States of indiscriminately carrying out targeted killings in violation of international human rights law. “Between a Drone and al-Qaeda” documents six strikes in Yemen from between 2009 and 2013, showing a pattern of recklessly endangering civilians and going beyond President Barack […]

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Could The United States Find A Diplomatic Solution To Syrian Chemical Weapons Crisis

  President Barack Obama told PBS NewsHour co-anchor Gwen Ifill Monday evening that he would prefer a diplomatic solution in Syria and has spoken to Russian President Vladimir Putin about those efforts. President Obama said Monday, a day before his prime-time address to the nation justifying military action in Syria, that he would prefer a […]

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