Elkhart, Indiana Thrives Despite Obama Administration’s Policies

I remember in that first speech at Concord Community High School, an optimistic president promised that under his administration, we would be able to rise above our current struggles. Jobs would be created, everyone would have healthcare, and we would reinvest in our roads, bridges, and other infrastructure.

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Miss Michigan Proves America Is Tired of Flint Crisis Excuses

During the live telecast of “Miss America 2.0” this past weekend, as candidates introduced themselves by stating their academic and philanthropic achievements instead of “fun facts” about their home state, the young Michigan native chose to take a more socially conscious stance during her onstage introduction.

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Breaking Big Government

I started re-watching the series because 1) I love the story line, and 2) I wanted to catch any “Big Government strikes again” moments I might have missed since the series ended in 2013. Without even making it halfway through the series, I realized that there were far too many to even mention in just one article.

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The Cure for Online Slacktivism

Facebook friends have been able to fill you in on the latest online gimmick to raise "awareness" for whatever is cool at the time. (Remember #KONY2012, anyone?) The idea behind the posts, likes and shares is all find and dandy. But, the slacktivism isn't and it needs to end.

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