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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Wharton School Of The University Of Pennsylvania
When high school prom season rolls in this year, the owner of Razzle Dazzle, an African-American hair salon in Teaneck, would love to see full appointment books and lines out the door, as he enjoyed years ago.
NAME: Neel Tushar Kashkari
American Christians have some "Unfinished" business, Rich Stearns asserts, and not just because that's the title of a book he recently released via Thomas Nelson Publishers.
The "golden years" may lose some luster for many baby boomers worried about the financial pressures that come with age.
The "golden years" may lose some luster for many baby boomers worried about the financial pressures that come with age
Though the notion might evoke thoughts of an old "Twilight Zone" episode, a book titled "How to Serve Your Tech Users" should be required reading in many precincts.
So much for living large. Misers are now in fashion.