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Free Super Bowl Squares Printable Chart for Super Bowl LI

By , January 25th, 2017

With the Super Bowl just around the corner, it’s common for people to begin getting ready for the game between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons. One of the questions which often arises is, “How do you play Super Bowl football squares?” For those who only play the game once a year when the […]


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Thousands of Vets Almost Free from Paying Back Bonuses

By , December 5th, 2016

December 5. 2016 A California National Guardsman with family member before a deployment to Afghanistan. (Staff Sgt. Emily Surh/Army National Guard) LOS ANGELES – It looks like thousands of California veterans will soon be released from any obligation to pay back millions of dollars to the Pentagon. The new agreement was folded into the latest […]


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Reviewing the Mind-Boggling Mistakes of the 2016 Election

By , November 1st, 2016

After a seemingly interminable and utterly frustrating year, the election is finally ending. Yet, before we celebrate the winners (or revolt for the losers) we should take a few moments to reflect on what made the 2016 election so ugly. For members of both parties, the 2016 presidential race was heart-breaking, hair-pulling, side-splitting, and back-aching; […]


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Top Stocks Impacting The Net Worth of Congress in 2016

By , July 26th, 2016

Taking financial advice from members of Congress? It sounds like the start of a joke.  Well…isn’t.  A recent study by four economists found that stock trading by U.S. Senators beat market averages by a whopping 12% annually.  In fact, the research indicated that not only do senators make better buying decisions, they also make better […]


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Pope Francis Calls Catholics to Act Against Climate Change

By , December 31st, 2015

Pope Francis has not been one to mince words or refrain from sharing his thoughts. In December, he accused the Curia (the senior governing group of the Vatican consisting of cardinals, bishops and priests) of suffering from “spiritual Alzheimer’s” and of “existential schizophrenia” though he did say that such problems pose a danger to all […]


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What Do GOP Candidates Have To Say About Taxes?

By , October 30th, 2015

One of the most important topics presidential candidates talk about is taxes. People are always wondering what the candidate’s stance on tax reform, Social Security and Medicare is. During Wednesday night’s GOP debate, candidates seemed to have taken a variety of different stances on the big topic. Taxes are a complicated thing Political debates leading […]


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Indiana Municipal Elections May Be The Most Important

By , October 30th, 2015

While Trump, Bush, Clinton and Sanders are in major headlines across the country, smaller elections are being held and they may be the most important ones. Elections in Indiana are scheduled to take place on Tuesday, Nov. 3. and there is another great match between candidates in the state. What elections are happening? The 2015 […]


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Municipal Elections In New York Kick Off

By , October 30th, 2015

2016 presidential elections have been taking the spotlight in politics. However, there are many smaller municipal elections that are happening that may be a bit more important. Nov. 3 marks election day for New York and there are a few races that should be watched closely as a citizen of the state. School board elections […]


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New SEC Title III Rules for Crowdfunding: Will They Go Through?

By , October 21st, 2015

  The Title III crowdfunding rules, as described in the JOBS Act last month, would allow non-accredited investors to invest in crowdfunding offerings. Title III, as described at this point in time, will allow anyone to invest in startups online. Right now only accredited investors, those with an annual income of $200,000 ($300,000 if married), […]


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The FDA Approved Zarxio, the First Biosimilar Drug for the US

By , October 20th, 2015

Recently, the FDA approved Zarxio – the first drug of its kind to be approved. Sandoz, a Novartis company, is a “world leader in generic pharmaceuticals.” Generic drugs are officially described as non-brand products, which are expected to be comparable to the brand/reference drug product in its dosage form, quality, strength and intended use. However, […]


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