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Jesseb Shiloh
Hyperloop One
There is a new way we might be able to travel from one large city to another and it will be via one of the fastest tube style railway systems.  This new transportation system is currently called the Hyperloop One and it’s in the very early stages of design and testing to give us a...
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John Kasich Scrutiny
For months, John Kasich has taken every opportunity in his scarce debate moments, infrequent interviews, and low-volume stump speeches to point out how little attention he was getting from the media. As one of the three finalists for the GOP nomination, he’s going to get more attention than ever before. That attention is going to...
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Supreme Court Justices
The death of Antonin Scalia brought into focus a truth that has been barely covered this election cycle. The next President will almost certainly appoint two Supreme Court Justices. He’ll probably appoint three. He might even have to appoint four.
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Patriarch Kirill
Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill will meet at the José Martí International Airport in Havana on Feb. 12 to discuss the genocide of Christians in the Middle East and Africa. This is historic; the leaders of the two churches haven’t met in nearly 1,000 years.
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Hillary Clinton That's What They Offered
In 2012, Republicans virtually declawed themselves from being able to attack President Obama’s most vulnerable spot: Obamacare. Had Newt Gingrich or even Rick Santorum won the nomination, the Republicans would have been able to use the skepticism felt by many Independents to turn the tide in the election. Instead, they nominated the one man with...
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Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio
When the election cycle started, I railed against Jeb Bush. The thought of having another Bush in the White House was almost as bad as the idea of having another Clinton in the White House. The only difference is that Jeb would likely have been the best Bush while Hillary would be the worse of...
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Hillary Clinton Barack Obama
The last few weeks have seen Hillary Clinton going against President Barack Obama on many key issues. She’s accused his stance on illegal immigrants as too harsh and pulled the support she’d given dozens of times in the past for his pet Obamatrade project, the Trans-Pacific Partnership. This is good for differentiating herself. Unfortunately, it’s...
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Bulletproof Coffee with Butter
Coffee is to Americans as tea is to…well, everyone else. With that being said I’d like to take a moment to thank all those Bostonian’s who helped make America one of the most productive and prosperous nations in the world. It took an incredible amount of energy to obtain that status, and there’s no doubt...
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Benjamin Netanyahu Angry
While the conservative side of the worldwide political machine has been railing against the United Nations’ deal with Iran to lift sanctions in exchange for curtailing their nuclear weapons program, those on the other side of the fence have been fighting the notion that it’s a bad deal. The number of people supporting it seems...
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Puerto Rico
While most of the economic world was focused on Greece’s near-collapse and China’s financial woes, little Puerto Rico was stuck trying to pay off a $72 billion debt load. They could not. Their payment was missed. They will have to default.
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