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Jim Stickley Shares how to turn off iphone/android Location Tracking

July 20, 2016, by Roland Manarin

Did you know that Apple and Google have been tracking your location for years via your iphone or android device? Most people are unaware that their locations, down to the date and exact time they were in each location, are tracked via their smart phone every day. Apple uses the information collected to provide personalized…

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Greenspan Bemoans Brexit, Belatedly Backs Gold

July 16, 2016, by Roland Manarin

As we all know, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan spent his tenure in that job pumping up the financial markets and permitting government spending commitments. Today, it seems he is regretting his actions while he was in the top post at America’s central bank. In fact, according to an article published by the Foundation…

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Free enterprise is way more popular than Socialism and the Federal Government

July 6, 2016, by Roland Manarin

Socialism is even less popular than the Federal Government among the American people, according to a Gallup poll. Free enterprise and Capitalism rank much higher, and small business has the most positive image of all. Daniel J. Mitchell reports in an article published by the Foundation for Economic Education, that this Gallup poll, taken in…

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Global Warming Warning

June 30, 2016, by Roland Manarin

I recently was sent an article via email citing “evidence” to support global warming. The article, originally published in the Washington Post, claimed that the Commerce Department reported “the Arctic ocean is warming up, icebergs are growing scarcer and in some places the seals are finding the water too hot.” It continued with more warnings,…

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Obama’s “Recovery”

June 20, 2016, by Roland Manarin

Every quarter, the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis updates nine charts that demonstrate how the economic policies of the Obama administration have hurt America’s economy. For example, under Obama’s administration, food stamps have increased, consumer and government debt has grown, health insurance costs have risen and home ownership has declined. These charts show us…

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Buying a Watch in 1880 — History You Probably Didn’t Know!

March 31, 2016, by Roland Manarin

You might be surprised to find out that if you were looking for a watch in 1880, you would find the cheapest, most high-quality watch not at a store but from a telegraph operator in a train station. The business was orchestrated by Richard Sears, who then worked as a telegraph operator. It all began…

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