Monthly Archives: March 2016

Obama must reach out to angry whites – politico magazine

POLITICS Why Obama Must Reach Out to Angry Whites White America, fast becoming a minority, needs to hear reassurances from somebody other than Trump. By Issac J. Bailey 12/22/2015 For all the bad feelings that Donald Trump’s naked religious bigotry

Winter finally here as temperatures set to drop below freezing – weather – eastern daily press

East Anglia is set for more traditional winter weather as temperatures drop below freezing this week, prompting fears for those unable to afford fuel bills. Thursday night will see temperatures plunge to freezing across most of the Norfolk and Suffolk

Concerns arise about ameren’s response to lengthy, widespread power outages – news – journal star – peoria, il

6 arrested, 1 wanted in Lincoln meth bust … Domestic battery charge filed after spouse makes 911 call to Pekin police … Succession planning workshop focuses on not-for-profits … 6 arrested, 1 wanted in Lincoln meth bust … Domestic battery

Alaskans brace for storm days after ‘bomb cyclone’ slammed through north pacific – the washington post

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11 standout moments from watershed year in buffalo culture – gusto

In an interview last January, Saul Elkin and his daughter Rebecca Elkin-Young shared their thoughts on their love for the theater and each other. Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News On one of the coldest nights of the coldest February in Buffalo’s recorded

Political happy hour_ december 24, 2015 – the boston globe

Boston Bruins owner Jacobs in fight with National Park Service over Yosemite trademarks Globe delivery woes traced back to faulty routes With opioids, can you fight addiction without causing pain? R. I. official resigns after using man dressed as a

Convoys enter besieged syrian towns to deliver food and medical aid – the new york times

Continue reading the main story BEIRUT, Lebanon — The first trucks from a convoy carrying food and medical aid entered the besieged Syrian town of Madaya on Monday, only to discover harrowing scenes of desperation, including 400 people who needed

Dow jones industrial average up 77 ahead of fed announcement

How 300 Million Chinese Basketball Players Can Make You Rich Back in October, we talked about how China’s decision to abandon its longstanding one-child policy was going to have a dramatic impact on three key companies. One of the largest

Stocks rebound after early slide; tech stocks lead gains – the washington post

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In ranking of top ten anti-semitic incidents worldwide, eu labeling came in third and un fifth – breaking israel news _ israel latest news, israel prophecy news

Illustration: Anti-Semitic graffiti in Madrid. (Photo: Yonderboy/ Wiki Commons) EU labeling of products made in Judea and Samaria came in third on a Jewish human rights organization’s 2015 list of the year’s top ten worst global anti-Semitic and anti-Israel incidents.

20 strong dividend growth stocks – rock solid ranking free report _ seeking alpha

Last year, I created the Rock Solid Ranking, a dynamic stock ranking list that shows a value for each dividend stock I follow. I’ve worked on calculations that consider several metrics to find the best companies among all those on

U. s. stocks erase post-fed rally, commodity shares lead retreat – bloomberg business

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A sticky situation develops on home’s wood floors

Q. I recently installed a new kiln-dried, tongue-and-groove Douglas fir floor on our outdoor porch. The wood had been sealed on all six sides with two coats of a breathable stain/sealer prior to installation. The porch gets the morning sun,

The charade of electoral democracy continues in guatemala _ opinion _ telesur english

People react outside of the Guatemalan Congress building after the congress voted to strip President Otto Perez of immunity, in Guatemala City, Sept. 1, 2015. | Photo: Reuters Social movements’ courageous work in the face of repression continues, and must,