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Super Bowl LI: The odds are it will be a great game

Super Bowl LI (51) is turning out to be one of the most anticipated Super Bowls in history. How do we know this little factoid? According to the major sports books in Las Vegas, wagering is going through the roof […]

Super Bowl LI: The odds are it will be a great game

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Super Bowl LI (51) is turning out to be one of the most anticipated Super Bowls in history. How do we know this little factoid? According to the major sports books in Las Vegas, wagering is going through the roof […]

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Women and men march in solidarity for women’s rights which are human rights

The day after the inauguration they came, by the hundreds of thousands, to cities and small towns across the nation. Millions of women around the world marched in solidarity

January 20: Inauguration Day is a judgement on America

Friday, January 20 — Inauguration Day — this will be our judgement day. The world will see we elected an orange buffoon to be president. As the President-elect and his

Senate and House take first step to strip healthcare from millions

For every American who has acquired health insurance since 2010 — or already had it — this is something you should truly pay attention because it will hurt a lot

The New Year is less than a day away, don’t despair

It appears everyone hates 2016. I mean, really hates the year of their Lord, 2016. Could it get any more twisted? Not much really. Let’s face it: here in

America: The Walmart of governments

A few minutes ago I finished watching the movie, The Big Short. If you are not familiar: it’s adapted from the book of the same name by Michael Lewis.

John Glenn is an American Hero

On February 20, 1962 the first grade classroom where I was sitting with about 30 other children, stopped around 8:30 in the morning as we waited patiently in front

Pearl Harbor Memorial Day commemorates a dark moment in our history

On December 7, 1941, the Imperial Navy of Japan attacked the U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor at 7:48 a.m. Hawaii time. The first wave of attacks included the

Jill Stein supporters we thank you for your conscientious vote

First of all, how about some heartfelt thanks to the Jill Stein voters. You stood by your convictions and voted your conscience and by golly, you won’t have to tell

Fidel Castro has died and leaves a legacy of love and hate

Most people over the age of 60 can remember with varying amounts of clarity the fear that gripped America in the fall of 1962. For years children in the U.S.

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