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Safety First When Packing Food to Go

The fall season brings with it many opportunities for “food to go.” But whether you are packing up some faves for tailgating or treats for a holiday party, it is important that you  keep food safety in mind to avoid food-borne illnesses. Here are some tips for cooking and preparing food-on-the-go, provided by US News and World Report and the ...

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Is Megyn Kelly Returning to Fox News?

Did the conservative turned liberal, turn again? Megyn Kelly made an appearance on the Tucker Carlson show Wednesday night. The once self-proclaimed conservative news host of the “Kelly Files” hasn’t appeared on a primetime news show since leaving Fox in 2017. Her appearance on Fox has sparked rumors that the once-popular host may be eying a comeback, perhaps as a ...

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Will Ivanka Replace Pence as Trump’s VP?

President Trump’s bid for re-election is well underway but no one seems to know for sure who his running mate will be. In theory, it’s Mike Pence — except take a close look at the President’s campaign placards and posters.  Pence’s name is nowhere to be found. Instead, the campaign materials just say “Trump 2020.” According to conservative columnist A.B. ...

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Italy Has Had Enough Of Richard Gere

Acclaimed American actor Richard Gere apparently thinking he was in Hollywood, attempted to dictate immigration policy to Italy’s Interior Minister, only to find out that his celebrity status isn’t worth much in the “Bel Paese” (beautiful country). Gere found himself on the wrong-side of Italy’s immigration issue when he inserted himself into the country’s migrant policy when he urged the ...

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Can The President Fix Social Media?

On July 11, 2019, President Donald Trump hosted a summit to discuss social media issues with top online promoters and members of Congress. About 250 online journalists and influencers joined forces to defend the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution which protects free speech. Concern over leftward-leaning media bias and the suppression of conservative voices is prompting retaliatory action from ...

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USA Women’s Soccer Team Accused of Christian Bias

Like millions of critical thinking Americans, I viewed the USA Women’s Soccer team with admiration and pride for their incredible athletic skills and their sheer dominance within the sport. And like many conservatives, I attempted to separate the accomplishment of the athlete on the playing field from the individual spewing vile comments about our President and America in general. Sadly ...

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Hope Is Essential For Love, But Sometime You Have To Give Up

Hope is the core of love, and it’s the hardest thing to let go of when you realize you love a narcissistic person. True love must include empathy, but in toxic love, empathy becomes distorted into shame, guilt-mongering, and confusion. Sadly, when dealing with a narcissist, the attributes of healthy love are used dangerously and everything that is good about ...

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Mackenzie Bezos: Winning In Divorce?

When Mackenzie Bezos’s divorce finalized, she was left with 36 Billion dollars and 25 percent of her Amazon stock — making her the 3rd wealthiest woman in the world. While 36 Billion dollars may seem like a sizeable chunk of change, the numbers reveal how divorce often leaves one partner with the shorter end of the stick. And statistically speaking, ...

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Breaking The Silence On Sandusky

Out of 7.5 million reported cases of child abuse and neglect, 65,000 are sexually abused. The number is too large to be accepted and too small to be accurate. Each scandal involving a person of power reveals how children who have been raped or molested remain silent for years. Many cases go unreported for the lifetime of the victim. Matthew, ...

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Can Pop Culture Be A Useful Learning Tool?

We all love to bash popular “pop” culture. Whether it’s the newest song or television show, it always feels a bit high brow to dismiss something popular. However, things are popular for a reason and sometimes the reason is that it’s useful to society in one way or another. For example, a parent might search for teachable moments while watching ...

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