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Mar 2, 2015 - 10:04pm
A stable nuclear Iran

The past several months have witnessed a heated debate over the best way for the United States and Israel to respond to Iran's ambiguous nuclear ambitions. Although the United States, the EU, and Iran have recently returned to the negotiating table for a possible ouverture, crisis still looms as relentless Israel antagonizes US efforts, and hawkish congress may jeopardize talks by tightening sanctions even more. The United States and its European allies are primarily concerned with weapon grade uranium, so they might accept a scenario in which Iran stops short of a nuclear weapon. Israel, however, has made it clear that it views a significant Iranian enrichment capacity alone as an unacceptable threat. It is possible that a verifiable commitment from Iran to stop short of a weapon could appease major western powers but le…

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Asking Her Father

Asking Her FatherBy Bernadette A. MoyerIt’s nice to see that some traditions have staying power and still ring true for so many young couples wanting to marry. Yesterday I was at my nail salon getting my nails done when I began talking with the young lady next to me. Later that af…

Sep 1, 2015 - 5:42am
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China's New Rules In The Theory Of Economic Cycles

By: Michael Ambrozewicz & Fiorenzo Arcadi China was right that with monetary easing the market is not short on funds but simply lacks confidence. Ren Zeping, chief economist at Guotai Junan Securities, mentioned, “As regulations are tightened the bubble will be further eliminated.&#…

Aug 31, 2015 - 2:17pm
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Money Creation

In 1913 in the face of strong bankers’ opposition Congress passed and President Wilson signed the Federal Reserve Act, creating a U.S. central bank. The Federal Reserve (Fed) influences the money market through, reserve requirements, open market operations, the discount windows of the F…

Aug 31, 2015 - 9:26pm
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IT is coming into focus, that which the current U.S. administration will be leaving behind for the next president to have to deal with. Depending upon thought and attitude, much of this will seem either like spoiled and smelly cheese left in a refrigerator, therefore creating a strong desire to eith…

Sep 1, 2015 - 1:34am
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Illegal Imigration

    I would like to start with saying I am all over the map with the social and economic points of view of the current times. The Donald has been picking at the scabs of the immigration status and has managed to offend most parties on both sides of the issue.  The one's he hasn't…

Aug 30, 2015 - 5:06pm
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Common Sense Immigration Plan

When it comes to Immigration, I feel like there's an elephant dancing in the room in a pink Tu-Tu and everyone is pretending that he isn't there.  Every professional politician is terrified to even mention the elephant, much less acknowledge its existence. We don't need a bigger wall, mo…

Aug 28, 2015 - 8:32pm
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The tyranny of the majority

Majority opinion cannot alter the laws of nature or the laws of human interaction that exist whether or not we codify them. Is that why groups that want to drill their views into everyone's skulls shout the loudest? Is their hope that their noise will drown the hum of truth? I've seen on many…

Aug 31, 2015 - 11:20am
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What's in a color?The Flag. Red White and Blue, why? So many colors to choose from, so why these. What is the significance of the colors. Why the stripes? Why stars, not ovals? Why Why and Why?'The people, we call Fore Fathers, were very astute individuals. How were …

Aug 31, 2015 - 8:45pm
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Bulldoze the Lincoln Memorial?

The state Democratic parties of Iowa, Georgia, Connecticut and Missouri have recently voted to remove the names of Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson from their traditional Jefferson-Jackson Day dinners. The reason is that Jefferson and Jackson were both white males who owned slaves. As Andy…

Aug 31, 2015 - 4:46pm
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The Plague of Quarterly Earnings in Capital Market…

By: Michael Ambrozewicz & Fiorenzo Arcadi The headlines of investing web sites and market journalism have shifted their tone over the past few years. It seems like they have progressed backwards from providing quality content and useful advice to an approach that focuses on quick ways to …

Aug 29, 2015 - 4:15am
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A Cinematic Take On Bully Culture

After recently reading a movie review, on Writer's Beat, of The Gift, a film about a bully (and much more), I started thinking about other films that I saw that included aspects of bullying and bully culture. One of my favorites was My Bodyguard (1980), which I just watched again the other day.…

Aug 28, 2015 - 12:13pm
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A man fell from the upper deck at a baseball game in Atlanta and died. They had a moment of silence for him the next day. He was a die-hard fan, they said. The people around him said he was a heckler, heckling the opposing team, and some players in particular, in this case Alex Rodriguez. I don't th…

Aug 31, 2015 - 11:46am
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Beyond Politics

There is a dream, or maybe a memory, that exists in every human soul, it is a dream of worth, love and ultimately peace. The human soul is the place where desire is born. When we were children the voice of our soul was close to our lips and our desire was on our tongues. We held no doubt tha…

Aug 27, 2015 - 9:40pm
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The stupid is very strong in Washington, DC.

http://www.ktvq.com/story/29915542/federal-aviation-team-expected-to-arrive-in-montana-to-work-towards-resolving-helicopter-fire-fighting-dispute?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook_Q2_News State officials say there have been incidents this season in which Montana firefighters were proh…

Aug 31, 2015 - 10:10pm
Reality Check: Obama's Health Care Plan in 2015 --…

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is touted nowadays not for its success in lowering costs of health insurance for American families, saving lives, or expanding the quality of healthcare in the United States, but rather for its apparent immense ‘success’ due to the millions …

Sep 1, 2015 - 4:32am
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As I had nearly completed this post, some news reports came in this morning that prove the point that I set out to suggest below. CNN reports quote other news agencies saying that ISIS fighters blew up an ancient temple in the historic ruins of Palmyra, Syria. ISIS members reportedly detonate…

Sep 1, 2015 - 11:00am
Is Hillary Clinton a Security Risk?

This question is, of course, posed with tongue firmly in cheek. Any "crazies" who believe Mrs. Clinton to be the spiritual legatee of Alger Hiss should pass on by. To get my personal bias out of the way -  I will probably vote for Mrs. Clinton next year, though with less enthusiasm that I might…

Aug 30, 2015 - 4:29pm
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Writer Beat And Obscenity, Vulgarity

Among the professional, very respected websites that are available on the internet you will never, ever see one of them that allows anyone, be it an author or someone who comments on an article, to use the kind of obscene and vulgar term that has just recently been allowed here on Writer Beat.…

Aug 26, 2015 - 9:48pm
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An Agnostic/Atheist looks at real Christianity

The True ChristiansRecently, once again American's saw what the face of hate looks like as it revealed itself in Charleston South Carolina. A young white man was welcomed into an historic Black Church in Charleston where he was invited to join others in prayer and Bible study. After spending approxi…

Jun 26, 2015 - 1:46pm
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GOP Base, Blinded by Love

Over the past few weeks, the GOP’s race to the nomination has been nothing but entertainment. With Donald Trump leading the polls and all the others trying (and failing) to take him down, it has been nothing but insults being hurled around. While the media has been having a ball, the reputatio…

Aug 31, 2015 - 3:23am
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PHOENIX - Good to the very last drop

Phoenix is a film that would seem implausible in incapable hands. However, in the right hands it keeps you guessing right up until the exquisitely moving final scene.  Phoenix is about a holocaust survivor, a Jewish woman (Nellie) who returns from Auschwitz to Germany to find her non-Jew…

Aug 31, 2015 - 8:57am
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Full employment, why not?

 Full employment occurs when all or nearly all persons willing and able to work at prevailing wages and working conditions are able to find jobs. Full employment, however, shifts bargaining advantages from employers to employees.In developed countries, after the 70s, full employment policies…

Aug 26, 2015 - 10:43pm
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