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Conservation -- not more control
President Obama’s parting edicts betrayed Israel and commuted prison sentences for terrorist Oscar Lopez Rivera and traitor Bradley/Chelsea Manning.
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An 'Open, Democratic Process' Needs Help Sometimes
John Lewis recently said that "I think there was a conspiracy on the part of the Russians, and others, that helped him get elected. That’s not right. That’s not fair. That’s not the open, democratic process.”
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Ex-Cons Face Long Odds, But Families Can Be The Game Changer
Many prisoners, while no doubt eager to reclaim their freedom, arrive at that moment with no place to live, no money and no job prospects.
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Commentary
Four Black Self Promoters and a Weak NFL Franchise Disrespect America
Four black punks who never served a day in the military, exploited the stardom that comes with becoming an NFL football player to disrespect the men and women who have died fighting for the good of this great country and often for humanity prior to their contest on Sunday.
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Strange & Interesting News
Survey reveals beer drinkers get chatted up more at bars
It's a Friday night and if you are out at a bar, chances are you are there hoping to meet someone nice to have a conversation with. So how do you pick the lucky one who gets to possibly spend the rest of the evening with you?
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Health News
2016: States with the Best & Worst Health Care
Major insurers such as Aetna, Humana and UnitedHealthcare recently announced their exit from state-sponsored insurance exchanges while the uninsured rate has fallen to a historic low, bringing into question the cost and quality of health care in America.
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Entertainment News
2016: Best & Worst Cities for Recreation -- Study
With July being National Park and Recreation Month and America’s largest cities investing more than $6.9 billion on park and recreation in 2015, the personal-finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2016's Best & Worst Cities for Recreation.

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Business News
United Grounds A Pilot Who Said Clinton should Be Hanged, Thousands Demand Resignation
United Airlines has grounded one of its pilots pending a full investigation into an online message that said Hillary Clinton should be "hung on the mall in Washington, DC." Michael Folk, who also serves in the WV state legislature made the comments this past Friday night.
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Business News
Don't Let Overreaction To Brexit Drive You Into Panicky Investment Decisions
The British vote to leave the European Union – commonly referred to as the Brexit – seemed to catch much of the world by surprise, at least temporarily shook up the markets and left many people wondering whether they should act quickly to protect their investments.

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Science News
US teachers visit Trinidad and Tobago to develop science curriculum
Teachers from the Omaha Public School in Nebraska, United States of America (USA) will be visiting Trinidad and Tobago to learn more about our country’s biodiversity and abundant eco systems as they seek to boost their Science curriculum and help students appreciate the varying scientific cultures of our twin island paradise.
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