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There never seems to be enough of the green stuff to go around, and sometimes songs are written about it, like Abba's “Money, Money, Money," which starts off with: "I work all night, I work all day to pay the bills I have to payAin't it sad?And still there never...
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“The heart gets quiet when it gets listened to.” ~ author unknown Whether to impress, reassure, or simply shout it from the rooftops, 52% of us will honor Valentine’s Day by spending, on average, a whopping $192 on gifts. In fact, about 30% of us will spend so...
The Associated Press’s Collin Binkley reports that, “Congress gave schools a record $190 billion but didn’t require them to publicly report individualized purchases…, and the full scope of the spending is unknown.” An Edtech Evidence Exchange analysis says, “The U.S....
Ninety-one years of living and leaving behind a wife of 50 years and five kids. Not too shabby, as they say, and the accolades keep coming in. In the case of Charles Osgood, all well deserved. A CBS newsman for 45 years, he stood tall among journalists for his...
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