Investors grow impatient on Indonesia’s Infrastructure

Construction industry in developing countries in Asia has been greatly advancing in the last couple of years and a lot of investors have seen the dramatic change and big potential….

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Florida Phosphate Industry Practices Severely Disturb Navigable Waterways?

Florida is known as the “Sunshine State”, but interestingly receives more rainfall than most states in the Union. Florida receives enormous amounts of yearly rainfall from north to south every…

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Obama Care Opposition and Women’s Healthcare

Katie Hogan, Executive Director of Organizing for Action is sharing her comments on the Obama Care repeal and replace efforts, and women’s healthcare. There is still time to take action…

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Why Drunk Driving is Bad

Why Drunk Driving is Bad Every single day, 28 people die from drunk driving – that means fathers, mothers, babies, siblings are taken away from each other daily. If you…

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Poignant Confirmation Questions for a U.S. Supreme Court Nominee, Asked But Not Clearly Answered

If any formal confirmation dialogue between a U.S. senator and U.S. Supreme Court nominee was poignantly confined to questions regarding judicial activism and the potential power of the U.S. Supreme…

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Social Security Changes You Should Expect in 2018

The retired worker population in America is growing. Contrary to popular belief, these retired workers are not using Social Security as disposable income. They’re not using it for their trip…

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Changes Being Made To ACS in April 2019

In September 2018, the Security Industry Authority (SIA) announced they were making a large amount of changes to their Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS), these changes will be implemented on April…

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Why Drunk Driving is Bad

Why Drunk Driving is Bad Every single day, 28 people die from drunk driving – that means fathers, mothers, babies, siblings are taken away from each other daily. If you…

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New America Media Announces Closure of Organization

Long before terms like civic engagement, youth media, collaborative reporting, and inclusive journalism were in vogue, PNS and NAM were inventing how to implement them,” noted fellow board member James…

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Poignant Confirmation Questions for a U.S. Supreme Court Nominee, Asked But Not Clearly Answered

If any formal confirmation dialogue between a U.S. senator and U.S. Supreme Court nominee was poignantly confined to questions regarding judicial activism and the potential power of the U.S. Supreme…

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