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The State Protects Their Sports Gambling Interests

Written by John Odermatt on January 31, 2014

This Sunday, Americans across the country will gather with friends and family to watch Super Bowl XLVIII. Some of these viewers could care less about the game on the field, so they focus their attention on the commercials. Many will be sitting on the edge of their seat, fervently rooting for a team to win […]

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Lenovo To Buy Motorola From Google

Posted on January 30, 2014

China’s Lenovo Group Ltd. is buying Motorola Mobility from Google Inc. for $2.91 billion. That’s nearly $9.6 billion less than the $12.5 billion Google paid for the unit at the end of 2012. On the surface, this might sound like a Silicon Valley mega-deal gone terribly wrong. But it might also be a monster win […]

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Retiring? You Probably Haven’t Thought of This.

Posted on January 24, 2014

When it comes to rolling over retirement accounts, a new government report suggests that job switchers are ignoring what may be their best option: Pouring savings into a new employer’s 401(k). For many investors, the term “rollover” is synonymous with moving money from an employer-sponsored plan like a 401(k) into an individual retirement account. But […]

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Will New Netflix Prices Be Repeat of 2011 Or Start of Something New?

Posted on January 23, 2014

Netflix Inc.’s earnings were better than expected, but the real surprise was the comment in the company’s shareholder letter that the streaming and video rental company is testing different pricing levels, with the hopes of having three different options. Netflix said in its fourth quarter letter to shareholders that since last year it has been […]

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NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden to Hold Q&A Thursday

Posted on January 23, 2014

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Edward Snowden is expected to offer his opinion of President Obama’s NSA reforms during a Webcast question-and-answer session on Thursday. It will be Snowden’s first live chat since he began releasing classified internal documents last June that revealed the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs, according to FreeSnowden.is, the support site hosting the hour-long Q&A. Snowden, […]

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Obama Exposed In ANOTHER Massive Obamacare Lie

Posted on January 22, 2014

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The majority of the public and reporters are becoming quite agitated when it comes to the cloudiness around Obamacare–Obama is yet to deliver one, straight forward truth. As it turns out—and it’s really sad to say that it is no big surprise that our President is being dishonest AGAIN—Obama has been exposed again in another […]

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JFK: A Man Terrified of Castrotion

Written by Gary North on January 17, 2014

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Fidel Castro is the last of the Communists. He no longer is the power behind the throne in Cuba. His kid brother (age 82) runs the show. But the movement that Fidel launched in 1953 lives on in his aged body. The victory he achieved on New Year’s Day, 1959, still is politically intact. All […]

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Chris Christie Trying To Change Focus in Key Speech

Posted on January 14, 2014

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, facing investigations over a traffic snarl-up and the use of federal money for an ad campaign, will likely try to shift attention back to his second-term agenda when he gives a key speech on Tuesday. Christie, a charismatic conservative and an early favorite in the upcoming Republican race for the […]

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