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Trump Contract Poll

Have you read Donald Trumps contract with the American Voter? What do you think of his 100-day action plan to Make America Great Again? Which policies do you support most and what pledges do you hope he does NOT follow … Continue reading

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Positive Side of Trump Victory- Draining the Swamp

There are┬ámany issues which split Americans, but everyone agrees that we should Drain the Swamp in Washington, DC. Fear of Political Corruption is why Trump Won While it appears that Hillary Clinton will win the popular vote with 52% of … Continue reading

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PGA Tour: Big Changes Coming?

Is Q School dead as we know? Could the Tour year start before January? Could top amateurs, reinvigorated veterans and top foreign player be forced to play a year on the Nationwide Tour before being able to play on the … Continue reading

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Another Way Of Understanding the U.S. Debt

Comparison of US Budget Deficit with a families budget. Continue reading

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2011 PGA Tour Player of the Year

LUKE DONALD- Shouldn’t really be up for debate, as Luke answered a lot of critics with his clutch win at the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Classic to take the money title. However, the PGA Tour decided to delay sending out … Continue reading

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Warren Buffet- Deficit Reduction Amendment

In a July 8, 2011 CNBC interview, Warren Buffet said “I could end the deficit in 5 minutes,” he told CNBC. “You just pass a law that says that anytime there is a deficit of more than 3% of GDP, … Continue reading

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Tiger Woods Putting- Is it holding him back?

Yes, but that is not the only part of his game that is off from prior form. Tiger’s putting and ball striking is better this year than last year, but not as good as he was in previous years according … Continue reading

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Slow Growth- Is it OK?

Exponential growth of limited resources is not sustainable. Its time to find a way to build the economy without increased reliance on fossil fuels. Continue reading

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Howard Schultz is Correct

Earlier this week in a Financial Times article and email to his employees and fellow CEOs, Starbucks head Howard Schultz asked “that all of us forgo political contributions until the Congress and the President return to Washington and deliver a … Continue reading

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