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President Barack Obama’s recent appointments during the congressional recess are under fire from GOP lawmakers.
Government auditors revealed this week that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lost or misplaced more than $8 million in property in 2007.
A defining characteristic of failing or collapsing government is stepped-up aggressiveness, especially toward its own citizens. Read this article to learn what has happened to the America you once knew…
For the first time in its 122-year history, the annual Rose Parade will include a presidential-themed float. According to media reports, former President Ronald Reagan will be honored in the 2011 Rose Parade in Pasadena, Calif.
Seven states are set to raise their minimum wage on Jan. 1, which could give President Barack Obama the momentum he needs to increase the Federal minimum.
*How to keep your new year’s resolution. Forget willpower, the experts say. It doesn’t work. (How many of us have learned that lesson how many times?) Instead, try punishments and rewards. Give yourself an extra treat when you achieve a goal for a certain length of time. And a punishment, such as missing a favorite TV show, when you have one of those inevitable lapses. Plan all of this in advance. And most important of all, keep trying until you make that new behavior a habit.
As we reported yesterday, President Barack Obama is the 2010 “Most Admired Man In America,” according to a Gallup poll. He was followed, in order, by former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton, former African President Nelson Mandela and Microsoft founder Bill Gates. Interesting choices all, and they demonstrate one of two things. Either there is a dearth of people to admire, or the masses are clueless about who these people really are.
Here we are on the final day of 2010. It’s a time of reflection, as we look back on the past 12 months and look ahead to the next 12. Read on for more about the important events of 2010 and what’s in store for 2011…
Lawmakers in several states have plans to propose immigration laws that are similar to Arizona’s stringent policies.