Archive for Government

Using the Government as Your Savings Plan?

December 12, 2012 1 Comment

Using the Government as Your Savings Plan? Every day, the news talks about the fiscal impasse we’ve hit and which tax cuts will be ending in just mere weeks. One way people are trying to get around this is by giving away all their money to their children or other relatives so that they can become eligible fo... continue reading...

Best Places for Our Heroes to Live

November 12, 2012 No Comments

Best Places for Our Heroes to Live Today is Veteran’s Day, the day we recognize those who have served and who are serving in our armed forces. With so much draw-down of troops out of Afghanistan and Iraq, many soldiers are returning home to their second careers. With almost 50% of these vets under age 34... continue reading...

Deadly Healthcare Dangers to the Most Innocent

November 7, 2012 No Comments

Deadly Healthcare Dangers to the Most Innocent As a new parent, what do we fear most? Illness for our child. Premature babies are especially vulnerable to illness. Just ask Deb Discenza, co-founder of PreemieWorld LLC, a website dedicated to education and support for parents of premature babies. In the ... continue reading...

Join Max Lucado for 40 Days of Prayer

September 27, 2012 1 Comment

Join Max Lucado for 40 Days of Prayer Starting tomorrow, September 28, 2012, many across our nation will begin 40 Days of Prayer, initiated by author/pastor Max Lucado. The purpose of praying everyday for the 40 days leading up to Election Day is to pray for “the condition of our country…declining mora... continue reading...

Should First Ladies Get Paid?

August 9, 2012 1 Comment

Should First Ladies Get Paid? Yesterday, at a fundraiser in Denver, Colorado, President Obama lamented that first ladies don’t get paid even though they work hard. What do you think? The First Lady (FLOTUS) does have a budget (although when the government doesn’t have a budget, I’m not sure how she kn... continue reading...

Showing Your Photo ID – What’s the Big Deal?

January 20, 2012 1 Comment

Showing Your Photo ID – What’s the Big Deal? There are several debates going on right now surrounding photo identification cards (id). Is it a civil rights violation to ask someone the police have stopped to show their government-issued id?  Is it right to ask for someone’s id at the voting polls? Well, the... continue reading...

How to Stay Safe in 10 Seconds

January 3, 2012 No Comments

How to Stay Safe in 10 Seconds When you are heading into a convenience store, how often to you look inside the store before you enter? According to the National Association of Convenience Stores, a store that has a check out counter out of view of the front to the store is 500 times more likely to be robbe... continue reading...

Please Take Action for the Egyptian Christians

October 12, 2011 1 Comment

Please Take Action for the Egyptian Christians American Christians often lament the squelching of their religion everywhere they turn under the guise of selective adherence to the Constitution by atheists and other “progressive” people. However, this situation pales in comparison to the violence and di... continue reading...

Connect with a Soldier Overseas for National Best Friends Day with an Awesome Bracelet

June 7, 2011 No Comments

Connect with a Soldier Overseas for National Best Friends Day with an Awesome Bracelet Tomorrow is National Best Friends Day and also marks the one-year anniversary of the organization American Freedom Foundation (AFF) and BFF Entertainment's affiliation. AFF was founded to “raise awareness for the se... continue reading...

What’s the One Thing We Don’t Teach Our Children in School?

April 15, 2011 No Comments

What’s the One Thing We Don’t Teach Our Children in School? When you were a kid in school, you learned exactly what to do if there was a fire, a tornado, a lockdown. You learned to say “no” to drugs and to get away from gangs and strangers but did you ever once hear what you should do if yo... continue reading...

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