Monthly Archives: November 2011

Germany on the ropes/What’s next?

The eurozone economic crisis grows larger and larger everyday. Germany has a major role to play in moving Europe forward. The problem for Germany is if they act to ease the economic woes of some nations, they risk or compromise … Continue reading

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College costs/Broke for life?

Rising college costs have been an issue for years. Many have asked, is it worth it? Graduates must deal with debt, while at the same time, get a job. Community college is a good option. You will get a quality … Continue reading

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Statins or fish oil?

The debate on what’s best in terms of cholesterol management will rage on for years. Statins certainly can produce excellent numbers. However, some experience side effects. Alternatives such as fish oil and red yeast rice can also produce good numbers. … Continue reading

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Immigration Reform/Are the Fed’s taking a back seat?

Immigration reform will play a major role in the 2012 election. States like Arizona and Alabama have enacted tough new laws. Is this the prevailing mood of the country? Hard to say. Most of the provisions in the anti-immigrant laws … Continue reading

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Casino Gambling/Coming to your city soon?

Casino gambling is spreading across the nation whether you like it or not. States and cities are looking for ways to improve their overall economic picture. Are casinos the right choice? It all depends on your perspective. Does gambling lead … Continue reading

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