How To Be A Quitter

I’m a quitter. I’ve quit drinking soda, smoking, eating foods with gluten, dairy, soy, or nuts, smoking (again and this time for real), eating most processed foods, drinking hard liquor, quit spending money that I don’t have, and have reached a point in my life where if I see that a job is not good […]
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Justice Department to Investigate the Obama Administration

Politico 12/22/2017 Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered the Justice Department to dig into allegations in a POLITICO report that a series of potential drug prosecutions related to the pro-Iranian militant group Hezbollah were abandoned as the Obama administration pressed to strike a deal with Iran over its nuclear program. Sessions indicated that he was […]
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How to Become an Expert in 7 Minutes

This applies not just to those working in an office setting but is more common the larger the company is. Many times people speak just to speak and no only do not contribute to the solution, but actually make it that more difficult to make progress. Because I have been at so many meetings like […]
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Recent New York City Terror Attacks – Both Terrorists Arrived in the US Within a Year of Each Other.

Our lax immigration policy has led to the second muslim terrorist attack in just 2 months. The latest attack was perpetrated by Akayed Ullah, who has been in the country for only for 6 years. He has been living in Brooklyn as part of a growing Muslim population in the area and has been in […]
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Obama: “Donald Trump is Hitler”!

Trump is described as a Nazi, an anti-semite, and a fascist pretty frequently these days by leftists. Now even Obama is joining in, by implying that Trump is new “Hitler”. In a friendly interview with CBS News financial analyst Mellody Hobson, President Obama suggested we could have an American genocide akin to what happened in Nazi […]
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Why I Am Boycotting Barnes and Noble

I have submitted my application to Barnes and Noble to partner with them as an affiliate. What this means is that if someone clicks on a link to a product on my website, I earn commission. I have been a Barnes and Noble customer for over 20 years, am a B&N member, and even have […]
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Do it Yourself – Christmas Bottle Lights

My wife is kind enough to remind me that I am not the handiest guy in the world but this was so easy even I was able to pull it off. 1. Select the bottles. If they have labels remove them beforehand (If having trouble, leave the bottle in warm soap and water for an […]
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Prediction: The Wall Will Be Built

Breitbart news last night: A jury found Jose Garcia Zarate “not guilty” on charges for the 2015 killing of Steinle. Zarate, previously using the alias Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, was found guilty on a charge of possessing a firearm. He previously admitted to killing Steinle and traveling to San Francisco for its sanctuary status. The young woman […]
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U.S. Congressmen Settle Sexual Assault Cases With U.S. Tax Dollars

Last week Buzzfeed published a piece on rep. John Conyers, which should infuriate every tax-payer and women’s right’s advocate in the country. : Michigan Rep. John Conyers, a Democrat and the longest-serving member of the House of Representatives, settled a wrongful dismissal complaint in 2015 with a former employee who alleged she was fired because she […]
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GQ Citizen of the year – What has Colin Kaepernick actually accomplished?

Washington Post: Quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who began the movement of NFL players protesting during the national anthem last season and remains unemployed after parting ways with the 49ers in March, appears on the December cover of GQ as the magazine’s “Citizen of the Year.” Warriors star Kevin Durant, late-night host Stephen Colbert and actress Gal […]
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