Monthly Archives: March 2015

FreedomPop: Using Wi-Fi to Save Us Money

While the majority of mobile phone carriers are busy expanding their LTE networks, and expanding the costs to compensate, FreedomPop, a new player in the mobile carrier world, is changing how we use Wi-Fi through our phones. Instead of building … Continue reading

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Water Water Everywhere

We know that drinking enough water every day is vital to good health. The thing many people might not know is that the color of your urine can be a good way of determining health issues. The color of urine … Continue reading

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Judge Orders Information on Secret Police Program be Released

  Very few people are aware of the secret device Stingray that can trick your cell phone into giving your location away, and apparently, The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and every police department wants to keep it that way. … Continue reading

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Can Senator Warren Be Persuaded to Run for President?

Elizabeth Warren, the senior senator from Massachusetts, has said she is not interested in running for the White House. Many people hope she changes her mind. The United States is ready for a female president, but for many voters, Hilary … Continue reading

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Ted Cruz is the First in the Ring for President

Kicking off the 2016 Presidential Race seems to be getting an early start since we are still in March of 2015 and the first primary is still over 8 months away. But that does not seem to bother at least … Continue reading

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Sniffles

If you are like most people, your mother or grandmother use to tell you different remedies to cure the common cold. Most of them probably were reasonable, but others were probably absolutely ridiculous. To set the record straight, if you … Continue reading

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Oklahoma State Representative Quashes The Oklahoma Religious Freedom Act

The Oklahoma Religious Freedom Act has nothing to do with freedom. The Bill was designed to discriminate against gays. Bigotry is a disease that disrupts the legislative process across the country, and Oklahoma seems to have a very bad case … Continue reading

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Big Results Lower Cholesterol

Results from two small pharmaceutical studies were announced on Sunday at the annual meeting of the American College of Cardiology held in San Diego, Calif. The studies involve two pharmaceutical drugs being tested for their effectiveness and safety in lowering … Continue reading

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Cancer Survival Rates Improve as We Move Toward a Hopeful Future in Medicine

Cancer is the second leading killer in the United States. It is only behind heart disease in this regard, and for this reason, efforts to combat it are constantly ongoing. Treatments for it have advanced over the past couple decades, … Continue reading

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Loss of GOP Senate Support Leaves Loretta Lynch in Nail Biter to Win AG Confirmation

It appears the GOP has applied the old Spanish axiom to Loretta Lynch’s confirmation vote to the attorney general: “Better is the evil known than the evil to be known.” GOP Senators have lost confidence in Mrs. Lynch’s qualifications to … Continue reading

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