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  • Bee Health: White House Needs to Do More

    By / May 22, 2015

    Recently, representatives from the United States White House announced that more would be done by the government to save honey bee populations. Several people have noted that the new plan, which involves setting aside federal lands to create bee habitats and teaching people how to protect and help bee populations, does not address one of… Read more

  • Sony Pictures Look to the Future With Tom Rothman

    By / March 4, 2015

    Sony Pictures is hoping to put the problems of 2014 behind it with the appointment of a new chairman for their movie production arm, the New York Times reports. Thomas E. Rothman is the man charged with overseeing the return of Sony to stability and increased profits following a series of poor box office performances… Read more

  • The Longevity of The Antique Wine Company

    By / February 3, 2015

    The Antique Wine Company has been around for many years. This company has continued to maintain a great presence in the wine industry because the CEO, Stephen Williams, takes great strides to preserve the quality of rare wines and spirits. Williams is very active in the authentication of the wines. Stephen Williams has worked in… Read more

  • All Time High

    By / December 30, 2014

    The Dow broke a new record Tuesday. 18000 thats a lot of shares being traded. It hinged on new ecomonic news that the economy is growing at a steady siustained pace. I’m glad that the money movers are seeing this as a time to invest. It makes the ecomonic crisis a bit more confusing…. Read more

  • 10 Things You Must Experience in Your Lifetime

    By / December 4, 2014

    America is an amazing land of many different nationalities, beautiful landscapes and favorite foods. Everyone should experience these at least once in their lifetime. Here are the top 10 things you don’t want to miss out on. 1. The Natural Hot Springs in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Relax, and become one with nature. 2. The streets… Read more

  • White House Hires New Exectutive Pastry Chef Susan Morrison

    By / November 22, 2014

    After the retirement of Bill Yosess this past summer, the White House has hired a new Executive Pastry Chef. Susan E. Morrison, known as ‘Susie’ has been working in the White House’s pastry department as early as the Clinton Administration in the 1990’s. Morrison is the first woman to ever fill this position, so one… Read more

  • No Abortion Clinics In Rossville

    By / November 13, 2014

    InĀ RossvilleĀ Georgia all officials have made the unanimous decision to pass an ordinance to ban abortion clinics within the city. The state officials are saying that they want to avoid the “drama” that would come along with the abortion clinics in their city. The mayor of the city Teddy Harris stated that he wants to have… Read more

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