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Labor Day – Consumers Key to US Labor Woes

On September 4th, Americans will observe Labor Day, the holiday celebrating the nation’s working men and women. But, James Stuber says America’s leaders, and more importantly consumers, have been undermining America’s workers in pursuit of faulty free trade theories and cheap foreign products. Stuber contends that the low prices of imported products have been more […]

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How to Stay Safe when A Protest Turns Dangerous

In the current political atmosphere being caught even in a peaceful protest may be dangerous, says Chris Bird. The former commissioned officer in the Royal Military Police of the British Army, former crime reporter and author of “Surviving a Mass Killer Rampage” says protests can quickly turn into riots as happened recently in Charlottesville, Va. […]

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The Scary State of Schools Today

elementary school principal Susan Colton says it’s impossible to avoid comparisons to George Orwell’s “1984.” For example, she will say, “Imagine a world where schools are separated by the belief systems of the families whose children attend their neighborhood school. The students are taught only about what the government and the parents want them to […]

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When B-T-S Becomes Back to Emotional Eating

As lazy summer gives way to back-to-school time, stress levels rise. Families coping with new teachers, new schools, new extracurricular activities and new schedules are in danger of turning to old friends for comfort: cookies, cakes, salty snacks and fast-food! Renee Jones says, “Parents are stressed about getting their kids settled, managing the routine and […]

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02/21/17 RTIR E-zine: Wicked Tuna, NAFTA, American Heart Month

February 21, 2017 01. Trump/Netanyahu Meeting – One State Solution? 02. Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 03. Wiki-leaks, Illegal Leaks and Donald Trump 04. Trump’s Age & Hair-Loss Drug = Dementia? 05. Capt. Dave Marciano of Nat Geo’s ‘Wicked Tuna’ 06. Amazon Kid Hit ‘Annedroid’ Creator 07. Black History Month: Will the World […]

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12/8 RTIR E-zine: Economic Crash, College Break, Relationship Mistakes

December 8, 2016 01. Trump Tax Cuts and the Federal Deficit 02. Recount Upshot: ‘Victories’ by Mere Pluralities 03. WSJ Foodie Gail Monaghan – Holiday Cooking 04. HoHo Hold the Line on Holiday Shopping Debt 05. Finally – What’s Really in a Hot Dog? 06. Will Your Family Survive the Economic Crash? 07. Make Resolution […]

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