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Quick and Simple Guide to Junkyards

Do you have a junk car on your hands? Are you thinking of selling your junk car for cash? If so, you might be considering a few different options. You could try selling your junk car to a dealership or a private buyer. Some people opt to go this route. Generally, though, it ends up being a waste of time. ...

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Half of All U.S. Homes Are More Valuable than Pre-Recession Peak

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In seven of the 35 largest U.S. housing markets, more than 95 percent of homes are worth more than their peak value during the housing boom The median U.S. home value is $217,300, up 8.3 percent over the past year Home values are 8.4 percent higher than they were at the height of the housing bubble Median rent rose 1.3 ...

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What to Consider before Psychiatric Consultation

Are you considering seeing a psychiatrist? Well, there are a few things you should consider before doing so. 1. We are unable to read your mind. Although mind reading would be useful and make our job much easier, we cannot know what is going on unless you tell us. If you have an issue, you must tell us. Unfortunately, many ...

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Discover if Your Man is Being a Love Rat

When you are in what you believe to be a secure relationship with a man, it is only natural that you start to become settled and a little complacent. However, women have this inbuilt instinct that tells them when something is not quite right when it comes to their relationship. No matter how settled you feel in your relationship, there ...

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Simple Tips on Staying Beautiful, From a Beautician

Since I moved to Bellevue I have found it tricky to find a great beauty clinic like I used in my old place, the magnificent Sono Bello. I found the clinic thanks to the glowing Sono Bello reviews but I have been unable to find anywhere as good since. Thankfully, however, I have a great friend from back home who ...

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Are Democrats bracing for all-out ‘internecine warfare?

Do you get the feeling that the Democratic Party appears to be moving further and further to the left, adopting what some would call “extreme” socialist policies and even turning against the moderates in the party? Well, it is. Just look at what happened to one of the most popular Democrats in Congress, Dianne Feinstein. She has served her California constituency for some 26 ...

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Both Parties Claim Victory in Pennsylvania Special Election … sorta

By Ed Craig, Main Street Examiner Election night in Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District special election is over and the candidates are separated by just .2% of the vote. The vote counting will continue and both sides believe they have won. Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) Chairman Ben Ray Luján congratulated the Democratic Party candidate, Conor Lamb, on their “incredible victory.” “I ...

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A politically correct world gone amok

(AMAC) At a time when many institutions of higher learning are reinforcing the notion of political correctness, the University of Chicago has drawn a line in the sand, reports the Association of Mature American Citizens. The school put the student body on notice that it will not condone such things as so-called “safe spaces” on campus, places where there is ...

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Why in the World Are Taxes Levied on Money Itself?

BY JP Cortez Imagine if you asked a grocery clerk to break a $5 bill, and he charged you a 35 cent tax. Silly, right? After all, you were only exchanging one form of money for another. But try walking to a local precious metals dealer in more than 25 states and exchanging 20 Federal Reserve notes for an ounce ...

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The Secret Bank of England

With the enactment of the privately owned central bank, the Bank of England provided the model for the financial enslavement of governments, and their citizens. Well before the conflict for establishing a National Bank in America or the eventual surrender to the money changers with the betrayal in instituting the Federal Reserve, the history of the Bank of England needs ...

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Retirement is Just a Dream

Retirement “Just a Dream” for Many 6 out of 10 believe they’ll never see a social security check WASHINGTON, DC, May 8 – America’s workers are too busy looking for jobs to think much about the prospects of retiring. One of the longest, slowest and weakest post-recession recoveries has decimated the work force. Record numbers of people have stopped looking ...

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Millennials Faring the Best Financially

NEW YORK, April 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Millennials are feeling better about their finances than other age groups, according to Bankrate.com’s (NYSE: RATE) April 2015 Financial Security Index. Job Security 32% of employed millennials (18-29 year-olds) report higher job security relative to a year ago and just 4% report lower job security. Overall, 23% of employed Americans are feeling better ...

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Aspirin Use on the Rise

More Americans are dosing themselves with baby aspirin than ever before, reports the Association of Mature American Citizens.  One report showed that in the five years between 2005 and 2010 aspirin use rose by 57%.  Another study revealed that more than half of individuals between the ages of 45 and 75 take a low-dose aspirin tablet each day. “There’s no ...

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AMAC: the issue of executive power gets court’s attention

AMAC: the issue of executive power gets court’s attention Liberal scholar chides the president for ‘burning the constitution’ WASHINGTON, DC, Apr 10 – President Obama’s “overreach” when it comes to his administration’s use of Executive Orders will come under scrutiny next week in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. The case, State of West Virginia ...

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