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Are Terrorists Using Arson to Attack Us?

Who is causing these terrible fires in California (Summer of 2016)? Occam’s Razor would suggest it is mentally problematic arsonists and a string of copy cats with the same ‘love of fire’ or need to project themselves and cause harm to all of us. Nevertheless, what if it were an act of terrorism? After all, these terrible wildfires do indeed ...

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Effective Tips For Writing Sensational Newspaper Articles

1. Go with controversy. If you want your articles to land a good spot on the newspaper that you’re writing for, you must strive to write something that is very controversial. For example, you can write about a senator who was caught doing something inappropriate. This is something that will surely make waves and this is something that will help ...

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The Shoshone-Bannock at Fort Hall

Fort Hall was an important station on the journey west, and a fascinating place to visit now! This is true not only because of its unique role in Oregon and California trail history but also because of the thriving culture of the Shoshone-Bannock reservation. To emphasize the unique aspects of the Fort Hall Shoshone-Bannocks is to recognize the achievement of ...

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The Issue About Premarital Sexual Relationships Among Teens

Teenage sexual activity is a major problem confronting the nation and has led to a rising incidence of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), emotional and psychological injuries, and out-of-wedlock childbearing thus teenage pregnancies and premarital sex occurrences alarm every sector in our society particularly the church and health institutions. Substantial studies had been conducted to support this scenario. A Young Adult ...

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The History of Track and Field Sports

Track and field sports are events that bring to the fore the prowess of man. Through out history Kings and rulers have held contests to commemorate an event or simply for fun and recreation. This is the origin of the track and field sports that normally include races and feats of strength like the Javelin throw and the discus throw. ...

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STD’s, Cardiomyopathy and Wilt Chamberlain

He was the greatest basketball player and possibly the greatest athlete who ever lived. The 63-year-old Wilt Chamberlain was reported to have died of a heart attack, but that tells you nothing. You are supposed to ask why the world’s greatest athlete would die of a heart attack? He was born in 1936, in Philadelphia. He was 6-11 when he ...

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Lack of Education Contributes to Crime

As more and more low-income families move into neighborhoods that once catered to the middle or upper class, one must be on the lookout for his own personal safety and report any criminal activity going on in their surroundings. Crime is everywhere in these neighborhoods where kids find too much time on their hands after school hours or after the ...

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Heart Healthy Pizza Recipe That Actually Reduces Cholesterol

Everybody loves Pizza worldwide right? The delicious savory smell of the cheese and the tomatoes and all the other toppings and herbs. If you’re not already heading off towards the direction of the refrigerator, stick around and listen up for a moment. The problem is that most Pizzas have a relatively high saturated fat content – and that’s bad news ...

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Is Competition a Destructive Force in Society?

Everything comes with positive and negative sides, especially if we talk about competition. On one hand, it brings plenty of hopes and advantages, while on the negative approach, it conveys ruinous jealously and gaucherie. Most people believe that competition makes their life more challenging and tricky. One of my classmates at schooling level was often confused that why other students ...

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Top 10 Tips for Creating a Successful Dental Advertising Newsletter

Creating a dental newsletter is a leading dental advertising technique, not only because it keeps the practice’s name regularly in front of current patients, but because a newsletter can increase referrals, increase brand awareness, create stronger practice/patient relationships, improve patient satisfaction and loyalty, and improve lifetime-value of clients. Read on to learn the top ten tips for creating your own ...

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Once Slap Bracelets Were Banned At School

Still I can remember the day; the Slap Bracelets were banned in our school. It was very pathetic and I thought I was going to lost one of my precious things, which was a part of my fashion credentials. I made my identity as “the fashionable, the rough & tough boy reputation” in school with a different wearing style. The ...

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Boise, Idaho – Still Racist?

Boise, Idaho has a long lived, storied history of perceived racism from United States citizens throughout our great country. I personally, am originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan the home of our late President Gerald R. Ford. I grew up in a place where my mother was pitcher for our neighborhood softball team referred to as the ghetto all-stars. I am ...

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Interested In A Professional Career In The Coffee Trade?

Coffee is the second most commonly traded commodity in the world, as measured by monetary volume, after crude oil. Coffee, without a doubt, is big business. This is good news for coffee lovers and aficionados who can turn their passion for the brew into a permanent occupation. Coffee demand goes well beyond using beans for hot or cold beverages only. ...

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The Potential Risks of Gymnema Sylvestre Side Effects

It’s astonishing to see the rise of cases of diabetes and obesity. Way too much sugar intake is to be blamed for this. To fight these common health problems, the most practical answer is still eating properly and exercising regularly. Adhering to a diet plan, however, can be challenging for most people. You’ll often have to exert lots of self-control ...

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Advantages of Using LinkedIn for Professional Networking

Professional contacts use LinkedIn as a communication mechanism. By sustaining relationships and building a robust profile on LinkedIn, you demonstrate that you are able to support your business claims. LinkedIn is an authenticity protocol. “Volunteer Experiences and Causes” Section in LinkedIn LinkedIn recently added a new section to their professional network called “Volunteer Experiences and Causes” as part of its ...

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Ethical Clothing – Progress or Greenwash?

Ethical clothing is hot news right now. Wherever you look in the fashion industry that’s what the buzz is about. So have the manufacturers and retailers finally bowed to consumer pressure and cleaned up their act? The problem in answering that question is there is no agreed definition on what ethical clothing actually is. Some people concentrate on fair trade ...

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How to Start a Foreclosure Cleanup and Property Preservation Company

A new article on June 3, 2009 from MSN Money writer Michael Brush indicates that there is a third wave of foreclosures still to come from prime borrowers (i.e. those previously “safe-borrowers” with sound credit and fixed-rate mortgages) as a result of job losses thanks to the worsening economy (“Coming: A 3rd Wave of Foreclosures”). The article states that “In ...

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I Remember Terrence Johnson

There have been many events that have occurred throughout the 20th Century. Many that has happened before my lifetime, of course, and many during. The one that pops in my head at the moment is the disheartening life of Terrence Johnson. I believe this one sticks to me at the moment because it was so close to home. We followed ...

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