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Bye Paul Krugman

Bye Paul Krugman

Paul Krugman was the first web site I read every morning for years. I didn’t read the column so much as his blog which seemed more personal and in depth. 494 more words

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Sweet Home Chicago

By Olawale Idreez

Black Hawks downed by St. Louis Blues. Taking the Stanley Trophy away from the Sweet Windy City. That’s not good; albeit the good news is, the NFL Draft has come back to Windy City again; starts April 28th-30th. 235 more words

It’s time to get ferry replacement funding out of the ARPO

Islanders interested in voicing their concerns to the NC State General Assembly about whether or not to toll the Hatteras Ferry to garner money for ferry replacement should contact members of the NC Senate Transportation Committee now. 578 more words

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Sitting still at La Luz Beach Resort

“Everything seems to be exhausting me, no matter how much sleep or how much coffee I drink or how long I lie down, something inside me seems to have given up. 446 more words

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Redefining what perfect is today

You just never who is going to send you an email. And it was a surprise to get an email from Dutch-based fashion designer Angelle Chang. 350 more words

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Philippine election: getting the right politicians elected

Last month, I interviewed senatorial aspirant Neri Colmenares. He’s a human rights lawyer and a current congressman in the Philippines.

This interviewed opened my eyes about my parents’ homeland: how the country’s political system works, its candidates, platforms and the vicious messages that some constituents will do to make sure that their politician(s) get elected. 386 more words

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