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2015 Super Bowl Sunday

2015 Super Bowl Sunday

Editor 01/26/2015 0
Super Bowl Sunday is a week away. The New England Patriots will face the Seattle Seahawks in what should be a spectacular game. The SeahawksThe Seattle Seahawks have given themselves the opportunity to win back to back Super Bowls, a feat last accomplished by the 2003-04 Patriots.  Following the miracle comeback win over the Green Bay Packers during the NFC Championship, the Seahawks offense is counting on precision passing from QB Russell Wilson and powerhouse running from the Beast, RB Marshawn Lynch, to carry them to consecutive titles.  The PatriotsStanding in their way are the always capa...
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2015 Political Landscape

2015 Political Landscape

Editor 01/02/2015 0
The political landscape in the United States is shaping up to a volatile year in 2015. Republicans will officially control the Senate when the 114th congress convenes on January 6th 2015, setting up an ultimate showdown during Barack Obama’s final two years in office. There seems to be three major issues and policies that will be at the forefront of debate. Immigration, health care, and U.S. Foreign Policy are ultimately going to cover most of the talk in newspapers, political magazines, and blogs across the country. In addition, issues that many of the new elected officials hold dear to their...
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How To Find The Perfect Magazine Subscription Gift

How To Find The Perfect Magazine Subscription Gift

Editor 11/28/2014 0
Do you want to avoid the post-holiday blues? You know that feeling you get once all the presents have been opened and the mess has been cleaned up. That feeling of thinking it’s all over for another year? Magazine subscriptions are the perfect holiday gift. Instead of just one present, your loved one will get to open something new all year round. The holiday cheer and the rush of getting something and giving something new doesn’t have to stop. What is the best way to pick out the perfect magazine subscription? Here are three tips to help you spread holiday happiness for twelve months at a time...
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2014 Midterm Elections

2014 Midterm Elections

John 10/30/2014 0
The midterm elections are less than a week away and recent national polling suggest that Democrats could be in trouble.  The number one issue concerning voters is the economy, which has shown few signs of improvement over the last six years after Democrats gained control of Congress and the Presidency. In the 2010 midterms, voter dissatisfaction with the direction of the country led to Republicans regaining control of the House and picking up seats in the Senate.  Republicans also won many gubernatorial elections across the country, even in blue states, in the historic election. If the polls h...
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2014 NFL Season

2014 NFL Season

John 10/07/2014 0
When the NFL season started, it brought a smile to the face of any sports fan. The dog days of summer provided only baseball among the four major sports, and the initiation of another NFL season meant that professional sports would once again begin to consume our lives. I personally couldn’t be happier. The start of another NFL season means something different for the 32 teams -- this time of year brings hope. Some hope that they’ll repeat as champions, some hope that this is the year that they’ll finally breakthrough, others hope to stay healthy, but everyone has hope. That hope, for some, qu...
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Stockholm: Gamla Stan is More Beautiful at Night

Stockholm: Gamla Stan is More Beautiful at Night

Editor 10/02/2014 0
There are many ways to explore Stockholm, but a night promenade is certainly one of the most exciting things to do in the Swedish capital…and it’s free! If you are fascinated by the charmingly traditional Gamla Stan neighbourhood or by the Royal Palace and the many little alleyways and waterways surrounding it, wait until you see it when the place is utterly empty. Last night, I traveled to Stockholm to see a concert, and I happened to miss the last train home. I spent my entire night at the club, and by closing time, it was already 3am. The train station was going to open at 5am, so instead o...
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