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What Should America Do in Iraq Now?


By Robert B. Charles The ultimate question about Iraq is not what we have done or not done, who is to blame for where we are, where the Iraqis are, or how we got to this miserable place, but what is morally right – at this time.  Our losses are enormous,...
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The Declaration of Independence

USA Declaration of Independence Lying on Grungy Betsy Ross Flag

Dear AMAC Members, We here at AMAC would like to wish you a very happy Independence Day! In honor of the holiday we would like to share the Declaration of Independence. Enjoy! Click Here to See Declaration of Independence IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776. The...
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What We Learned Last Week about the Internal Revenue Service


from Insider Online -  • Lois Lerner had a trigger finger for investigating—even activities that weren’t violations of the tax code. In one of the emails that the IRS did turn over to Congress, the head of the unit that investigated conservative...
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Meals on Wheels Delivers More Than Lunch


By – Michael R. Fuljenz Americans are generous people.  The World Giving Index, the biggest annual survey of giving, is released at the end of each year.  Last December, after a survey of 135 countries by Gallup pollsters, the United States of America...
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10 Tips For A Great Life After Work


Practical advice from a man who speaks from experience from – Next – by Ed Merck I sold my successful software business in 2007 and almost immediately began feeling a lack of purpose and direction. Never one to sit out the...
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Physical Activity and Social Connections More Common Among Most Resilient Adults in Midlife


As youngest boomers turn 50, a new study uncovers how people stay resilient through midlife transitions -  (BUSINESS WIRE)– The most resilient adults in their 40s, 50s and 60s are more likely to cope with stress by being physically active and having...
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When the Federal Government Goes Too Far

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Free speech and religious freedom are under fire By-Robert B. Charles Strange how the world turns, and how, in this turning world, precepts embodied in the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights, again and again, turn out to be the “still point.” Strange,...
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Oregon’s Three ObamaCare Blunders that Wasted $305 Million

Negative Side Effects of Obamacare

from – CFIF – by Ashton Ellis After spending hundreds of millions of dollars yet failing to enroll a single person on its ObamaCare health insurance website, Oregon’s top officials are considering whether to sue Oracle, the software giant and...
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Government By Fiat

Charles Krauthammer

from – The Washington Post – by Charles Krauthammer The Supreme Court last week admonished the Environmental Protection Agency for overreaching in regulating greenhouse gases. The Clean Air Act covers polluters that emit 250 tons per year (or in...
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