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Give me a challenge

I think one of the main things we all want is someone who challenges us. Whether it’s a boss, or a parent, a sibling or a companion, a friend or a foe. 247 more words


The False Friend Dilemma: Why Trump Has Few Options In Dealing With Omarosa

Below is my column in the Hill newspaper on the continuing controversy surrounding the release of the tell-all book by Omarosa Manigault Newman.  Manigault Newman has continued her release of secret tapes featuring the President and his staff.  1,291 more words


My 9 to 5 Is Really Cramping My 10 to 2

Before I graduated back in May, everyday was like the weekend. Want to go shot for shot on a Tuesday? Sure. Should we close this bar down on Thursday because well drinks are only a dollar? 700 more words


Nigeria’s dependence on oil responsible for high unemployment rate.

Nigeria’s dependence on the oil sector as its major source of foreign exchange earnings was responsible for the country’s high unemployment rate, a former United Nations Permanent Representative and Under Secretary-General to the world body, Prof. 322 more words


Stop Dragging Me To Patio Bars In August

Picture this: It’s a crisp November evening and you’re headed to midtown for a night at your favorite patio bar with the boys. You’re finally wearing that fleece you copped on clearance after last Christmas and you’d be lying if you said you weren’t feeling yourself. 619 more words


Young Men Show Off State Fair Award Winning Cookie Baking Skills

DES MOINES – Young bakers from across the state put their baking skills to the test in the Deloris Jacobson Memorial Men’s/boy’s Cookie Baking competition judged Saturday, August 11, at the 2018 Iowa State Fair. 215 more words


Nevada Cook Wins State Fair Dessert Title

DES MOINES – Cecelia Naughton of Nevada won first place in the Desserts for Jake competition judged Saturday, August 11, at the 2018 Iowa State Fair. 186 more words