Sunday, November 25, 2018

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Monday, November 12, 2018

27 Discounts Seniors Did Not Know They Could Get



27 Discounts Seniors Did Not Know They Could Get


ADVERTORIAL
There are many special discounts that are available to seniors in Washington. Retirees are offered discounts at most retailers, restaurants, parks and on public transport. But you won’t get these discounts unless YOU ASK for them. Simply ask the question, “Do you offer a senior discount?” and see how much you can save.
And did you know there are special senior discounts that are available just online? Many seniors were shocked to find out that they could save as much as $6,000 by using these online discounts and little-known government programs. Here is a list of discounts and offers seniors can take advantage of in 2018.

1. Shopping Discounts


Click here to find out what they are

From www.SeniorDiscountsClub.com



Saturday, November 3, 2018

The Life Of Susan Boyle Is Anything But Ordinary


From the day she was born, British singer Susan Boyle’s life was anything but ordinary. As a child, she was bullied and told she had a learning disability. As she grew up, she realized that wasn’t the case. In fact, she had a high IQ and a natural talent for singing that she was itching to hone. It seemed as though the world was against her, causing road blocks on her path to fame and success. But Boyle persisted in chasing her dreams, and the incredible achievements she has to her name is awe-inspiring. Here’s the story of Susan Boyle.

She Had A Rough Start At Life

"Britain's Got Talent" gave her life! Click here to see her singing "Les Miserables"


From HuffPost, 11/03/18

Thursday, November 1, 2018

The stunning winners of the acclaimed Siena International Photo Awards

Slide 1 of 19: The winning image in the 'animals in their environment' category is this incredible shot of a leopard seal trying to eat a penguin. It was snapped by American photographer Amos Nachoum off Pleneau Island in the Antarctic peninsula. He said: 'The seal was hiding, waiting to ambush young penguins as they got closer. When a penguin got close enough, the seal moved extremely fast and caught the penguin by its feet dragging it to the open water. I was following parallel to the action. The seal released the penguin twice and the terrified penguin succeeded in escaping, but the seal continued chasing after it, and on the third attempt, drowned the penguin and devoured it'

Saturday, October 20, 2018

6 Things That Could Cause a Stock Market Crash

6 Things That Could Cause a Stock Market Crash

Here's what could cause the stock market to drop sharply.


Feb 17, 2018 at 6:47AM
The stock market has crashed several times throughout history, including the infamous Crash of 1929, Black Monday in 1987, and the financial crisis of 2008. While the exact cause of each of these crashes can get a bit complicated, stock market crashes are generally caused by some combination of speculation, leverage, and several other key factors.
Here's a rundown of six different stock market crash catalysts that could contribute to the next plunge in the market.
A man in a white button-down shirt facing a stock chart screen with hands on his head as if in frustration.
Image source: Getty Images.

1. Speculation

Many market crashes can be blamed on rampant speculation. The Crash of 1929 was a speculative bubble in stocks in general. The crash in tech stocks in the early 2000s followed a period of irrational speculation in dot-com companies. And the crash of 2008 can be attributed to investor speculation in real estate (and banks enabling the practice).
The point is that when irrational euphoria about a certain asset class or industry exists, it's not uncommon for it to end very badly.

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration

I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration

I work for the president but like-minded colleagues and I have vowed to thwart parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations.
The Times today is taking the rare step of publishing an anonymous Op-Ed essay. We have done so at the request of the author, a senior official in the Trump administration whose identity is known to us and whose job would be jeopardized by its disclosure. We believe publishing this essay anonymously is the only way to deliver an important perspective to our readers. We invite you to submit a question about the essay or our vetting process here.
From The New York Times, 09/05/18

Saturday, September 1, 2018

The most poignant (and political) excerpts from Meghan McCain’s fiery eulogy for her father

The most poignant (and political) excerpts from Meghan McCain’s fiery eulogy for her father


‘America was always great’: Meghan McCain takes swipe at Trump slogan
Meghan McCain implicitly targeted President Trump at the funeral of her father, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), on Sept. 1.
A former secretary of state, a former senator and two former presidents all eulogized the late senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) on Saturday in a historic memorial service at Washington National Cathedral.
But the remembrance that will have the most resonance in today's political climate did not come from a politician. It came from the senator's daughter Meghan McCain.
From The Washington Post, 09/01/18

Saturday, August 18, 2018

The Top 40 US Presidents Ranked From Lowest To Highest

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Who do you think was considered the best president in American history? A team of experts was recently commissioned by C-SPAN to answer that question definitively and the results are fascinating. They ranked each president according to a number of different factors such as public persuasion, crisis leadership, international relations, and vision while in office. So which of the presidents since 1774 were the cream of the crop, the best of the best? We’ve compiled those presidents who made it into the top 40 right here. Whether you agree or disagree, read on to find out who made the cut!

Top 40 US Presidents Ranked from Lowest to Highest

From www.icepop.com 

Friday, July 13, 2018

For Trump, Failure Is the Only Option

For Trump, Failure Is the Only Option

Paul Krugman
Opinion Columnist
  • 07/12/18, The New York Times
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President Trump speaking to the press Thursday in Brussels after the NATO summit.CreditDoug Mills/The New York Times
So Donald Trump went to a NATO summit, insulted our allies, then made the absurd demand not just that they increase defense spending — which they should — but that they raise it to 4 percent of G.D.P., much higher than the bloated military spending in his own budget. He then claimed, falsely, to have won major concessions, and graciously declared that it is “presently unnecessary” to consider quitting the alliance.
Was there anything our allies could have done that would have mollified him? The answer, surely, is no. For Trump, disrupting NATO doesn’t seem to be a means to an end; it’s an end in itself.
Does all of this sound familiar? It’s basically the same as the story of the escalating trade war. While Trump rants about other countries’ unfair trade practices — a complaint that has some validity for China, although virtually none for Canada or the European Union — he hasn’t made any coherent demands. That is, he has given no indication what any of the countries hit by his tariffs could do to satisfy him, leaving them with no option except retaliation.
So he isn’t acting like someone threatening a trade war to win concessions; he’s acting like someone who just wants a trade war. Sure enough, he’s reportedly threatening to pull out of the World Trade Organization, the same way he’s suggesting that the U.S. might pull out of NATO.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Fall of the American Empire

Fall of the American Empire
By Paul Krugman, The New York Times, 06/18/18



The U.S. government is, as a matter of policy, literally ripping children from the arms of their parents and putting them in fenced enclosures (which officials insist aren’t cages, oh no). The U.S. president is demanding that law enforcement stop investigating his associates and go after his political enemies instead. He has been insulting democratic allies while praising murderous dictators. And a global trade war seems increasingly likely.
What do these stories have in common? Obviously they’re all tied to the character of the man occupying the White House, surely the worst human being ever to hold his position. But there’s also a larger context, and it’s not just about Donald Trump. What we’re witnessing is a systematic rejection of longstanding American values — the values that actually made America great.
From The New York Times, 06/18/18

Saturday, June 9, 2018

Why Online Degrees are More Popular Than Ever

Why Online Degrees are More Popular Than Ever

Andrew / 2018-05-17
With college degrees becoming increasingly necessary in the workforce and the costs of brick and mortar schools rapidly rising, online degrees are becoming more and more of a viable and well-respected option. Learn why.
There once was a time where online universities were not a very realistic replacement for higher education degrees, but that time is not now. For multiple reasons, these online programs should be seriously considered by anyone who might not think collegiate programs were made for them, their schedules, or their wallet.