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‘Con-feminists’ are the New Force in American Politics, says AMAC

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‘Conservative feminists have true grit and passion on the issues’ WASHINGTON, DC, Dec 12 – “Liberals talk a good game when it comes to the defense of women’s rights as long as the woman is pro-choice, but Conservatives embrace the role of...
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AMAC Hosts 2015 Delegate Conference

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On January 18-20, 2015, AMAC is hosting its inaugural Delegate Conference at the majestic Waterfront Inn, the Villages, Florida. The event will include a series of educational seminars, training sessions, and networking forums to better equip our Delegates...
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O Holy Night

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Google Researching Use of Color in Business

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from-srnnews.com NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Google is one of the major U.S. corporations researching the power of color in the working world, in everything from works paces to marketing and branding. Meghan Casserly, spokeswoman for the U.S.-based organization...
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The Gospel According to Peanuts

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How A Charlie Brown Christmas almost didn’t happen from – National Review Online – by Lee Habeeb Few headlines about network television make me giddy. Fewer still make me hopeful that all is good in the world. But back in August of 2010, I...
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U.S. Health Care Lags Worldwide for Those Over 65

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from – The New Old Age Blog @ The New York Times – by Paula Span The Commonwealth Fund has been publishing surveys comparing health care in industrialized countries since 1998, a continuing report card in which the United States has usually fared...
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What Happened to Work in America?

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from – AEI.org – by James Pethokoukis The share of American men 25 to 54 years old who are not working has more than tripled since the late 1960s to 16%. An excellent New York Times piece on this nonemployment offers much detail on what’s...
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Cromnibus Bursts at the Seams With Special-Interest Goodies

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from – AEI.org – by Timothy P. Carney Both Left and Right rebelled Thursday afternoon against the “Cromnibus” — the combination continuing resolution/omnibus appropriations bill. The problem wasn’t the spending levels, it was the...
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It’s Not Just the Economy Devastating Working-class Families

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from – AEI.com – by W. Bradford Wilcox The first step required to confront a problem is to get out of denial, and realize that you have a problem. Thanks to the work of scholars like Sara McLanahan, Isabel Sawhill, June Carbone, Naomi Cahn,...
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How to Choose the Perfect Retirement Home for You

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This could be your last home purchase, so make sure it fits your lifestyle and accommodates any health concerns. from – USNews.com – by Teresa Mears Once their children grow older and leave home, many people start looking for a new house. This...
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10 Things You Should Know About Your Parent’s Finances

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from – agingcare.com – by Marlo Sollitto What would happen if you had to suddenly take over management of a parent’s money and finances? If a parent becomes incapacitated, someone has to take over paying bills and managing their money. It...
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Leave the Internet Alone

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There’s no reason for regulators to gag political speech on the Internet. from – USNews.org – by Peter Roff The Internet has become a powerful force in American politics. In short order, its impact has outstripped the ability of politicians...
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