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Call Harassment: What You Should Know

When it’s election season, people usually receive calls asking people to support a certain candidate. Other times, it’s for solicitation—volunteers asking people to donate to the campaign of that candidate. Then on any given day, people receive calls about products or services that they can avail themselves of. Still, there are those who just make prank calls. They are irritating! But you know the worst kind of call you may
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George Floyd: Colin Kaepernick Was Proven Right, Now Let Him Play

Colin Kaepernick. Remember him. The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback who was blackballed out of the NFL for supposedly disrespecting the national anthem? Four years later, thanks to the death of George Floyd at the hand of four white police officers has been proven right. Even if he was not right, he has the right to protest as defined in the First Amendment and he should have been playing.  We
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George Floyd: Reflection On Systemic Racism From A White Muslim In America During This Time Of Crisis

Salaam alaykum everyone. I hope that everyone reading this has been doing well and is safe in these most-challenging times that we live in.  We were already facing an unimaginable obstacle, an unseen enemy with the Covid-19 Virus, that has killed over 100,000 Americans in a matter of months with no end in sight. Now we have growing civil unrest in every American city as looters have hijacked the message
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Betting: Who To Watch Closely In The Race To Become The Democratic Nominee

The next presidential election will take place on Tuesday 3 November 2020, with the winner inaugurated on 20 January 2021. An overwhelming number of Democrats have launched campaigns to become the Democratic nominee. A total of 29 major players threw their hats in the ring – the largest number of would-be nominees that any party has seen in post-reform politics. This had fallen to 15 by early December 2019.      So, who should you be paying close attention to as the process progresses? The Democratic Nominee latest odds favor Joe Biden at the time of writing, followed by Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, and Pete Buttigieg. Buttigieg, who, at
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A Bipartisan Case for a Carbon Tax

By Jacob Abel and Tyler Gillette Columbus OH- A carbon tax is an idea that is gaining steam as a possible policy to address emissions in the United States. As Republicans, we have seen during conversations with congressional staff and with our peers that they often have three big questions when the possible implementation of a carbon tax is brought up. They are: Why is a carbon tax needed? How
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How Millennials Are Changing the State of Home Ownership

Buying and owning your own home used to be a huge part of the stereotypical American Dream. A big front yard, white picket fence, two-story house — it almost sounds too good to be true. Unfortunately, for many millennials, that dream has been forced to change over the years. Millennials just aren’t buying houses the way previous generations did, and there are several reasons why.  In 2016, the homeownership rate
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The Benefits Of Learning About Politics

Politics is a very controversial subject to talk about in family meetings or friends’ get-togethers. If you wish to avoid getting into conflict with anybody, many suggest just keeping mum about politics. Politics, however, is a fascinating subject that everyone must learn about. Whether it is your local country’s political issues or global political news, there are some advantages of learning about this field that you can bring to your
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Travel Money Group: Aussie PM Scott Morrison begins his magic school election bus tour of South East Queensland.

Five months into his role, current Australian Prime Minister (and we say current for very good reason because Aussies’ trade prime ministers like Pokemon cards) Scott Morrison will deliver a speech today pledging the creation of 1.25 million jobs over the next five years. In addition to these jobs, PM Morrison (or as his limited edition Aussie PM trading card says, ScoMo) will also promise to eradicate net debt within
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Travel Money Group: Brexit is as confusing and uncertain as ever.

The UK House of Commons will vote on a number of amendments to Prime Minister May’s defeated Brexit deal today (Wednesday morning Aussie time). Here is a quick summary of what’s on the table. Stop a no-deal by delaying BrexitAs it stands, the United Kingdom will leave the European Union on March 29, 2019 regardless of whether there is a ‘divorce deal’ in place. The prospect of leaving the EU