It was incredible to be a part of someone else’s miracle…, thereby receiving mine.
This is a simply brilliant commentary. Highly recommend!
by Fred Reed of Fred On Everything • April 28, 2016
I love it: Donald Trump’s campaign reveals the establishment for what it is, a swamp of corruption as fetid as those of Latin America. It is better entertainment than Vaudeville. The frantic scramble to rig the primaries, change the rules, and thwart the voters–anything to defend their cozy entanglement of political tapeworms–makes absurd any pretense of democracy.
This morning in the Drudge Report: “Trump Highest Number of Republican Voters in History“. Whom do the Republicans want to get rid of? Trump.
On the same page a poll reports Trump tied with Hillary nationally. Whom do the Republicans want to get rid of? Guess.
It’s wonderful. The GOP is looking for someone that Hillary can beat. She would squash Kasich or Cruz like…
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What’s Tigerpreneurs Club?
It’s an entrepreneurship platform for the youth who want to create jobs for themselves and members of the society through execution of innovative ideas with the potential of being commercialized into profitable businesses.
What are the benefits of this platform?
The ambitious entrepreneurs get a chance to get coaching, mentorship and funding for their innovative business ideas.
Entrepreneurs will also get an opportunity to work with experts from leading corporations, agencies and so on from different industries.
What does Tigerpreneurs Club aims to achieve?
Through entrepreneurship, Tigerpreneurs Club primarily targets to solve the unemployment challenge. We target to establish over 500 businesses every single year with an increasing number effect every year.
We also aim to educate the population on financial intelligence, how to master the key technical skills necessary to amplify one’s financial intelligence. With this knowledge people can stop working for money, master the power…
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On July 27, 1973, forty years ago today, Mitchel Weiser, age 16, and his girlfriend Bonita “Bonnie” Bickwit, age 15, both from Brooklyn, disappeared somewhere between Narrowsburg and Watkins Glen, New York. Their disappearance on the way back from–or, more likely, the way to–
has been the subject of speculation, reflection and confusion for nearly half a century. It is one of the most puzzling and most iconic missing persons cases of its era, but at its heart are two families who still, 40 years later, feel the loss of their children and siblings who went off to a rock concert one summer Friday morning–and never returned.
To say I am particularly interested in this case is something of an understatement. I am virtually obsessed with it. I can think of only one missing persons case (Pringle, whom I haven’t yet blogged about) where I’ve read and researched more. For…
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