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With marijuana prohibition finally ending in states and cities across the land – including full legalization and/or commercialization in Alaska, Colorado, Washington State, Oregon, and Washington, DC – who better than... [read more]
Get ready to swallow your "Statistic of the Day!"
But first, to help you absorb the big one, here's a preliminary statistic for you: 158,000. That's the number of kindergarten teachers... [read more]
The Powers That Be are very unhappy with you and me. They're also unhappy with senators like Elizabeth Warren, activist groups like Public Citizen, unions like the Communications Workers, and… well, with the majority of... [read more]
Let's go to the scoreboard to see who's winning the exciting game of "Presidential Election Media Coverage."
A non-partisan media monitoring firm that has been tracking the nightly news broadcasts... [read more]
Back in 2008, Democratic Sen. Diane Feinstein declared: "There are parts of government that can be run like a business and should be run like a business."
Thus, the chairwoman of... [read more]
For thrilling sports action on television, it's hard to top the sheer excitement of bowling, isn't it?
No, not that game of 10-pins, but the passion and pageantry of college football's bowl season!... [read more]
It's always interesting to see Congress in action – though "interesting" can also be appalling. For example, what a sight it is to watch Republican leaders as they gleefully try to repeal Obamacare – the law extending health... [read more]
As an old country saying puts it, "Money is like manure – it does no good unless you spread it around."
Yet, America's corporate and political leaders have intentionally been... [read more]
Public education used to be, you know, public – as in: An essential societal investment for the betterment of all, paid for by all through school taxes.
In addition to... [read more]
Good news, people: The "boom" is back! Good times are here again, thanks to an economic boom generated by (of all things) bad times.
Tens of millions of Americans have been... [read more]