Archive | April, 2013

A Silly Prank with Tragic Results

Posted on 27 April 2013

  It’s not only in England that there is great interest in Queen Elizabeth II.  At one time, the British Empire extended all over the world.  According to the online source Wikipedia, the Commonwealth of Nations (formerly known as the British Commonwealth) now consists of over 50 sovereign states.  Many of these were colonies in […]

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Lessons from the Boston Massacre

Posted on 25 April 2013

  Popular wisdom states that “every dark cloud has a silver lining.”  It also warns that “those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it.”   Now that the perpetrators of the Boston Marathon bombing have been tracked down by the capable efforts of the FBI, local police forces, and a vigilant citizenry, the residents […]

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The Boston Massacre: What the Public and our Government Refuse to Admit

Posted on 18 April 2013

  Now that the dust has settled on the events of Monday past, as we bury our dead and heal our wounded, this fact remains:  America is at war with Islamic terrorists that continue to chant “Death to America” and seek opportunities to kill innocent Americans and disrupt our way of life.   Evidently, this […]

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3 Tips on Growing Your Start-Up Business with a Minimal Budget

Posted on 17 April 2013

    One of the most important aspects in starting your own business is capital; and although there are many ways in which you can secure it, let’s face it, not everyone is willing to invest in something that’s not really established yet.   But thanks to technology and social media, young entrepreneurs can build […]

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The Spy Who Stung Me: Privacy in a World of Miniature Drones

Posted on 16 April 2013

  What’s a hired assassin to do?  Once, like the fictional James Bond, among government’s most secret and prized resources with a “license to kill,” it seems that government-employed killers are just the latest to succumb to automation technology.  As drone technology improves, trained professional killers will likely hit the unemployment lines en masse.   […]

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The Thrill of Living Thrifty: Tips for a Frugal New Jersey Family

Posted on 05 April 2013

Whatever your financial circumstances, it just makes sense to try to spend less, especially in an unpredictable economy.  It takes so little other than thought to spend less every month and the payoff can be huge.  Besides big savings, living frugally can lead to higher self-esteem, less anxiety, more money available for emergencies and a […]

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She Met the Gardener

Posted on 04 April 2013

  God can reveal truth to us in different ways as we read the Bible.  For example, He uses people, places, objects and even animals to represent ideas associated with His salvation plan.  We might find a certain truth in a statement God made to one of the prophets; but we may also find that […]

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