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The Terminator’s testicles

Rob @ June 20, 2009 # No Comment Yet

The Governator has been one of the more colorful political figures in recent times.  He’s married to a Kennedy, leading the 7th to 10th (depending on who you ask) largest economy in the world, which is also responsible for 13 percent of the U.S. gross national product, and an action hero who made the genre. […]

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South African President Zuma has work cut out

andrea @ June 15, 2009 # No Comment Yet

South Africa recently got a new president named Jacob Zuma. If you know anything about President Zuma, then you know he’s had his fair share of legal issues and just plain issues. Zuma was part of the South African Communist Party in the early 1960s and was convicted of conspiring to overthrow the government. (Ironic. […]

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We need employment checks too

andrea @ June 15, 2009 # One Comment

Employed or unemployed, it’s probably safe to say that we’re all having a tough time financially. People are picking up more and more jobs, if they’re lucky, because one just isn’t enough anymore. According to USA Today, people who are currently employed are still doing worse than any time prior. Oh, except during the Great […]

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New numbers say depression, not recession

Brittany @ June 14, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Just last week, the Federal Reserve released some more information that we can add chuck into doomsday discussion dump: American households lost $1.33 trillion of their wealth in the first three months of the year. They’re calling it a recession, but it’s starting to feel a lot more like a… Dare I utter the word? […]

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North Korea attacks the press

Rob @ June 11, 2009 # No Comment Yet

From developing a nuclear arms program to progress in short and long range ballistic missile development, North Korea’s been in the news a lot recently. With tensions brewing among Japan, South Korea and the big fish, the United States, it feels like things are only getting worse. 

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Welcome to Government Motors

Rob @ June 8, 2009 # 2 Comments

What was once the top of the American auto industry, the 300-pound gorilla known as General Motors, is preparing to file Chapter 11 – bankruptcy. This is the company that owned names like Hummer, Saturn, Pontiac, Buick, GMC, Chevrolet and Cadillac. This is also the company that just last year was deemed “too big to fail.” […]

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Little Korea’s big threat

Rob @ June 8, 2009 # No Comment Yet

North Korea, classified as part of the Axis of Evil by our former president, has long been suspected of building nuclear weapons. While the threat exists with nuclear development, without a means to deploy these weapons with the greatest effect, all that has existed was idle tension. This is no longer true.

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“The Times,” they are a changin’

andrea @ June 5, 2009 # 2 Comments

There’s no doubt that the way Americans get their news is changing. When free news is available on television, the Internet and even on our phones, why would anyone spend money to read it in an actual paper? Newspaper companies realize that print media is decreasing quickly, as digital media rushes to take its place. […]

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Consumer confidence boost

andrea @ May 28, 2009 # 3 Comments

We all need a little confidence boost from time to time. This next one is WAY overdue. According to the Alternative Press, the Consumer Confidence Index received a lofty boost of 40.8 to 54.9 this month. This may come as a surprise for consumers and investors alike since unemployment levels aren’t getting any better. Economists […]

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A presidency of firsts

andrea @ May 27, 2009 # 3 Comments

Republican, Democrat or whatever else you may be, you cannot deny the fact that this presidency will go down in history. President Obama is making sure of it. It started with the presidential race itself. Never before have presidential candidates used the World Wide Web as they did this past election. Unlike the race before […]

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