gold coins

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Like a lot of folks, I don’t have much extra cash lying around, but when I saw the price of silver drop last month to nearly $23.00 an ounce, I knew I had to find a way to get some while the getting was good. Some financial “experts” seemed almost giddy in reporting how the… Read more »


eFoodsDirect candy squares

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In the 1980s, we heard stories about a so-called “Welfare Queen” pulling in $150,000 a year at the expense of the gullible taxpayer. And while the existence of that woman turned out to be a myth, there is a class of persons currently scamming the welfare system to their own advantage. You guessed it: politicians…. Read more »


piggy bank

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When I was a young disc jockey working at a radio station in a mid-sized American city, the News Director left for greener pastures and I was promoted to his position. Not only was my new title prestigious, the job was a lot easier. My duties consisted of watching the news coming off the teletype,… Read more »


military helping elderly

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As the population ages and the economy continues to be stagnant, the number of households that contain an elderly family member is on the rise. According to Pew Research Social & Demographic Trends, there were 49 million Americans (16.1% of the population) who were living in an arrangement that included more than one generation of… Read more »


eFoods highway

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The severe drought that was all the news last summer is now making itself known all over again in the prices you’re paying for food this spring. As Forbes Magazine reported last September: “This year’s drought has been the worst since the 1950s. Farmland that was scorched by July was truly desiccated a month later,… Read more »


eFoods bottled water

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We have all heard the advice a hundred times: store plenty of water in the event of an emergency. But why is it so important to have safe, drinkable water in the first place? How much is “plenty”? How should we store it? And if we don’t have space to store a lot of water,… Read more »


puppy

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In the short time period between January 2011 and mid-summer of the same year, more than 600,000 cats and dogs were affected by natural disasters, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Of course, we have seen a lot more natural disasters happen in America and around the world since… Read more »


immunization

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Imagine sitting down for a nice breakfast with your family when all of sudden your child starts coughing up mucus, and then soon after is gasping for air. You try giving the child an antihistamine, but to no avail. The reaction continues. You race the child to the emergency room and by the time you… Read more »


eFoods Chicken Veggie Alfredo big

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Listen, I’m not Jewish, but there is one thing I do know. Those guys know how to do it right when it comes down to high-quality food. Kosher certification for food is done by state, national, and even international agencies. But what IS kosher? “Oy vey!” There is a LOT that goes into it, so… Read more »