France at War

Friday night, the city of Paris was torn apart by the worst attack on French soil since World War II. Across the city, coordinated terror attacks took the lives of 129 people, and injured at least 352 others. In response, French President, Francois Hollande, locked down the nation’s borders, issued a national state of emergency, and, declared France is at war against terrorism. Over the weekend and into Monday, French  read more>>

Find Your WHY With REI

The holiday season is upon us, Christmas decorations are filling store shelves, and Walmart has had its Christmas displays up since Halloween. Black Friday is just two weeks away, and Cyber Monday is close on its heels. Consumers can find the best sales of the year, and all they have to do is wait in line for hours outside Best Buy or their local mall…..OK, this is not the holiday season I grew up  read more>>

Land ho, US Economy Finally on Solid Ground

The dollar is up, people have jobs, and money is still cheap – what should you do now?

Friday was a good day for the US dollar. Jumping to a seven month high, the greenback enjoyed a notable increase in value thanks to new job data. The job report indicated unemployment is now at 5%, the lowest  read more>>

American Politics Still Feels the Effects of Benghazi, Three Years Later

Three years ago, Ambassador Chris Stevens, CIA contractors Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty, and State Department employee Sean Smith died in the Benghazi terror attack. Over the past year and a half, a bipartisan House committee, the Select Committee on Benghazi, has spent an estimated 4.5 million dollars investigating the events that September evening, and, Hillary Clinton’s role in incident. The committee, proposed by former Speaker John Boehner, received 225 Republicans and seven Democrats  read more>>

The Democratic Debate: Hillary, Sanders, and Three Other Guys Nobody Cares About

After a campaign weighed down by her infamous email and Benghazi scandals, Hillary Clinton put her well trained debate skills to use to easily win the first Democratic Debate, according to mainstream liberal media. CNN, host of the debate, proudly announced Hillary Clinton as the debate’s winner the next morning. Why then, did  81% of participants on CNN’s own Facebook poll say Sanders won? Moreover, online polls from MSNBC, Daily Kos, and Time had  read more>>

State of the Donald, October 9th, 2015

October 28th, CNBC will play host to the third Republican Primary debate. Like the past two, CNBC’s debate will feature the top ten Republican candidates, according to a national average of the polls. According to a Wall Street Journal’s average of 6 national polls, Donald Trump with 23% of votes. Following the Donald is retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson with 17% of votes; up next is Carly Fiorina with 11.5%, and Marco Rubio with 9.75%.  read more>>

Chris Mintz…Hero

Thursday, a small town in Oregon suffered a tragedy that is becoming an all too routine event in America. A gunman shot 17 people at Umpqua Community College, killing 10. Research into the killer’s social media accounts shows an isolated individual feeling profoundly alone; “seems like the more people you kill, the more you’re in the spotlight,” read his blog. Let us then deny this killer the notoriety he sought. Immediately following the incident,  read more>>

A Worthy Opponent

After Wednesday’s debate, Donald Trump finally met a worthy opponent, Carly Fiorina. In August’s debate, Fiorina didn’t make the top 10 selection; she was sent to the kids table for the much-less viewed undercard debate. Fiorina made such an impact however, that CNN amended its’ policy to allow her, the 11th candidate, to participate in the primetime GOP debate . Going into the debate, Fiorina was an outsider to Washington, and a stranger to  read more>>

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