[ad_1] Are you a small business owner looking for ways to make your business more profitable? In this article, we explore some proven small business strategies that will help you start and grow your business successfully. What to Know Before Starting Your Business Starting your own business may sound exciting, but there are several things
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[ad_1] Make no mistake: The global struggle with China is about to go to the next level. Or two. Or three. By triggering a global disease outbreak, the Chinese Communist Party’s reprehensible behavior crossed the last line, leaving other nations no recourse but to push back. Hard. No longer can responsible nations tolerate the regime’s
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[ad_1] This week, the price of oil futures collapsed catastrophically. In fact, the prices collapsed into negative territory in the near term. This bizarre situation, prompted by lack of consumer demand and lack of storage facility, led the irrepressible Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., to tweet: “You absolutely love to see it. This along with record
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[ad_1] The latest conspiracy theory has seen cell phone towers torched and slowed high-tech measures to fight the pandemic. With COVID-19 reshaping our world, there has been no end to the explanations as to where it came from. One recent conspiracy theory claiming 5G (short for fifth generation) is transmitting the coronavirus has spread almost
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[ad_1] Well, President Trump’s reelection bid is doomed. Noted immunologist Carmelo Anthony and world-renowned epidemiologist Ludacris have pronounced Trump’s efforts against the Wuhan virus a failure. Anthony, when he’s not studying the arcane serological schema of antigen and antibody production, is a basketball player for the Portland Trail Blazers turned wine-swilling YouTube host. Ludacris, the
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[ad_1] Travelers stand at a Virgin Australia Airlines counter at Kingsford Smith International Airport, following the coronavirus outbreak in Sydney, Australia, March 18, 2020. (Loren Elliott/Reuters) Australia will keep its borders closed to foreign visitors for at least three more months to prevent the introduction of coronavirus cases into the country. “The international situation at
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[ad_1] Many states across the country are living under extremely strict shutdown policies but are still struggling with Coronavirus infections. In South Dakota, Republican Governor Kristi Noem is trying a different strategy, and it seems to be working for the state. Her policies are much less strict, yet they are having success flattening the curve.
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[ad_1] The Hulu miniseries “Mrs. America” depicts the work of Phyllis Schlafly to challenge the women’s movement and its push to pass the Equal Right Amendment.  The series perfectly captures Schlafly’s hairstyle and clothing choices, but doesn’t accurately depict the conservative matriarch’s kindness and strength as she rallied wives and mothers across America to oppose
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[ad_1] A pharmacy worker shows pills of hydroxychloroquine used to treat the coronavirus at the CHR Centre Hospitalier Regional de la Citadelle Hospital in Liege, Belgium, April 22, 2020. (Yves Herman/Reuters) A doctor who was removed from his role overseeing a federal agency tasked with helping develop the coronavirus vaccine said that he was forced
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[ad_1] The Venezuelan regime’s intelligence agencies arrested several military officials after an attempted uprising and revolt on Monday morning. Once again active and retired National Guard officials attempted an action against the Venezuelan dictator and failed. According to @SebastianB, the operation had to first seize weapons in Detachment 441 de la Guardia located in Puerta
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[ad_1] Sen. Tom Cotton talks to reporters following a classified national security briefing at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., January 8, 2020. (Tom Brenner/Reuters) Arkansas senator Tom Cotton, who was wrongly pilloried by much of the media for questioning whether the coronavirus might have escaped from a lab in Wuhan, has an op-ed on
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[ad_1] It’s economic freedom that will save the earth. Apart from health care, no other big government policies and actions are more intrusive and economically distortionary than environmental regulations. Rather than relying on civil society, free markets, and a free press to ensure environmental quality and safeguards, a myriad bureaucrats and agencies in governments and
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[ad_1] Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos called on elite schools Wednesday to follow Stanford University’s example and withdraw applications for CARES Act funding. The Education Department secretary applauded Stanford’s actions in the wake of a Daily Caller News Foundation report Tuesday showing that all eight Ivy League schools are slated to receive millions in taxpayer-funded coronavirus stimulus
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[ad_1] President Donald Trump speaks during the daily coronavirus task force briefing at the White House, April 21, 2020. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) President Trump on Tuesday said an immigration ban he announced the previous day on Twitter would consist of a 60-day “pause,” to be renewed if the administration deemed it necessary. The pause will affect
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