Despite the relative gloom and doom brought about by the 2008 recession, and the recent downturn of the market and the meltdown and bailout of Greece,...
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Rep. Coffman continues to travel to war zones giving unsolicited advice to our commanders. He should be meeting with the leaders of our community.
Kale is rich in calcium, iron, potassium, sulfur, beta-carotene, vitamin C, and folic acid. One cup of kale has more calcium than one cup of milk.
As Elizabeth Warren, a good Methodist, warns: The banks are trying everything they can think of to kill financial reform. And we must not let them do that.
A powerful example of contagion that I have seen (or tasted, actually) is the restaurant scene in Portland, Maine.
"Ordinary riches can be stolen, real riches cannot. In your soul are infinitely precious things that cannot be taken from you." -- Oscar Wilde
It is critical during the global recession that we not only reaffirm but accelerate our commitment extreme poverty around the world. The crisis threatens poorer countries more than it does the developed world.
True abundance, though, is a two-way flow of giving and receiving -- not only material wealth, but attention, concern, and love.
When the stock market, your 401K, the value of your home all sink into an abyss, perhaps you should say, "Feng Shui it!"
With the approach of the new year, we may feel, like winter's trees, that we've been stripped bare from what's sustained us in the past.
Since the credit crisis, the establishment is registering their fears of free markets across the American landscape. But where were these people for the last thirty years? And where was the media?
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