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Topic - The Food Channel
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A debater running out of good arguments is always tempted to get mean and personal. The remaining liberal defenders of Obamacare are demonstrating this truism once more with frantic agitation over a new anti-Obamacare television commercial by Americans for Prosperity.
The smoky, sweet barbeque aroma wafting across U.S. Interstate 80 in northern Nevada this week is the smell of money for Reno and Sparks hotels and casinos trying to rebound from the lingering sour economy.
Protein-rich and portable, nuts always have been the utility players of the snack world - good for that midafternoon energy dip, but generally not the kind of thing to make the crowd go wild.