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[ 8 May 2012 | No Comment ]

Since January 20, 2009 at 12 p.m. Joe Biden has been the United States’ Vice President. Joe Biden was on the Democratic ticket for the 2008 Presidential Election where he was in the vice president’s slot against many other challengers. Joe Biden‘s campaign, along with the Presidential candidate, was based on Hope and Change because of the poor economy and the last 8 years of the same thing.
As there are many people in the country who may or may not have voted for Vice President Joe Biden, there are apt …

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[ 8 May 2012 | No Comment ]

The National Day of Prayer is a long-standing part of America’s history. It was established in 1755 to help the Continental Congress request religious help from the 13 colonies to pray for strength and guidance during America’s founding. Ever since that date, the call to prayer has occurred every single year through America’s history transcending President Lincoln’s presidency in 1863 and beyond. President Truman, in 1952, in conjunction with Congress, codified the National Day or Prayer.
About 26 years later, in 1988, federal legislation was changed and authorized by President Reagan …

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[ 5 May 2012 | No Comment ]
Kentucky Derby

Since there are 50 states in America, every state is known for something. While 49 states can’t claim lay to the annual Kentucky Derby race, this article will highlight what some states are know for. Just like every state has its own bird, flag, and flower, there are other things unique to each state and such information will be gleaned from what people from each state has said they were. However, it must be noted that Kentucky is known for the Kentucky Derby.
People from Virginia say their state is know …

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[ 1 May 2012 | No Comment ]
Why Can't 30% of Americans Remember 9/11?

According to recent news reports, as many as 30 percent of the American people cannot recall what year the infamous attacks of September 11, 2011 took place in. These results are from a major newspaper that took a poll of hundreds of people who heard about the attacks where the new world trade center is currently being built.
As the country is approaching the 11th anniversary of these attacks which took nearly 3,000 lives of our fellow Americans, it is now focusing on the same site where the new world trade …

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[ 30 Apr 2012 | No Comment ]

The Mexican holiday of Cinco de Mayo has crossed the border with former Mexican nationals and has become a popular holiday in the United States. Cinco de Mayo is celebrated in a variety of ways, but it typically involves food, parades or activities with a Mexican flavor. Despite its popularity, however, there are many Americans who do not see the point of celebrating the holiday or take offense at the mere suggestion they might do so.
One person curious about the celebration of Cinco de Mayo is clearly not one to …

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[ 29 Apr 2012 | No Comment ]

In a survey of NFL fans for their favorite team in each division, the Dallas Cowboys surprisingly were not a common answer for the NFC East.
The NFC East choices are the NY Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins and the Dallas Cowboys. The overwhelming preference in the division seems to be for the Eagles. For some who chose the Philadelphia Eagles over the Cowboys, the reason was having lived in Philadelphia for two years and therefore feeling devotion to the Eagles. For others, the reason was a hatred of the other …

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[ 28 Apr 2012 | No Comment ]
colt mccoy

The outcome of the 2010 football championship game between Alabama and Texas has been widely disputed as an unfair victory by Alabama because of an injury to the Texas quarterback, Colt McCoy, early in the game. Did Alabama deserve the championship title?
One basic answer is that yes, Alabama played strong offense and defense so they earned the championship win. Despite the injury to Colt McCoy, some people are of the opinion that Texas did not play as well as Alabama overall so the win was deserved.
However, questionable tactics are a …

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[ 27 Apr 2012 | No Comment ]
NFL Draft

Since every season of NFL football starts with the NFL Draft and continues with the normal season games, players have an off season to contend with. During the off-season and before the NFL draft, the question remains: who made the best improvements in the off season?
Some people say that Rod Marinello, the Browns’ Shaffer and Orlando Pace have best improved from the off-season in recent years. Some people who play fantasy football would take all three of these men and put them on their “fantasy football league.”
Others believe some recent …

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[ 2 Apr 2012 | No Comment ]
Obama Expands Executive Power - Again

Despite campaign promises to refrain from using executive powers to bypass Congress, President Barack Obama is increasingly doing just that, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.

From helping rebels in the Libyan revolution to granting states waivers from the No Child Left Behind education act, Obama is finding it easier to push his agenda without asking for approval from elected senators and representatives, the paper said.
And that is not sitting well with either Republicans or Democrats who are keen to defend their own turf against what they see as an …

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[ 13 Jun 2011 | No Comment ]

Clarence Clemons Had Stroke. Clarence Clemons, Saxophonist of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band suffered a stroke on Sunday, June 12, at his home in Florida.
He was reported “seriously ill.”
According to newest report, the “Big Man”, 69, is paralyzed on the left side of his body, but then his condition began to improve and show a positive response after undergoing two brain surgery.
A friend of Clemons says, “He was paralyzed on his left side, but now he’s squeezing with his left hand. The next five days will still be critical. But …