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Russell Westbrook momentarily forgot the rules of basketball in the most embarrassing way possible

The Oklahoma City Thunder faced the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night in a much-anticipated matchup between Russell Westbrook and his former teammate, Kevin Durant. But despite all the talent on the floor, even the great ones sometimes forget the most basic rules. Show More Summary

Make [Your Business] Great Again!

This is NOT an article about the 45th President of the United States. Instead, here are the 4 steps to actually make your business great this year.

Apply Now For Texas Outdoor Youth Camps

HOUSTON, Texas – Jan. 13, 2017 – High schoolers across the Lone Star State can learn about the great outdoors in a variety of camps focused on different wildlife species and habitats. The Texas Brigades is a wildlife- and natural resources-focused leadership development program for high school students ages 13-17. Show More Summary

Why Patent Protection In The Drug Industry Is Out Of Control

In the United States, the patent protection process as it relates to the drug industry has been distorted by the political system, intense lobbying and large campaign contributions. The result has been pricing contrary to the greater good of the nation. Patents originated in ancient Greece. This legal protection assumed greater [...]

Cheers and Jeers: Thursday

From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Final Answer As Barack Obama wraps up his eighth year in office, it's time once again for each of us to ask the perennial question: "How will I know if he was a great president…or a broken one?" An Oval...Show More Summary

The Inauguration Boycott is Stupid

John Lewis and his very dumb boycotting cohorts are not celebrating the United States of America -- they are turning their backs on the great United States.

Donald Trump's Proposed Re-Election Slogan Is Eerily Similar To The Purge... Probably Not On Purpose

When you run for the office of President of the United States on a campaign slogan of "Make America Great Again" -- as President Elect Donald J. Trump previously did -- and you win, it only makes sense that your re-election campaign slogan would be a play on that phrase, only different.

Trump to show off military in parades

Trump says he’ll be proud of our military–once he improves it. Donald Trump plans on displaying the United States military’s strength when he becomes president by having troops march in parades. “Being a great president has to do with a lot of things, but one of them is being a great cheerleader for the country,” [...]

Ukrainian president calls for global response to Russian threat

DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko called for a worldwide effort to counter the threat of Russian cyber warfare and urged the United States to "be great again" by demonstrating leadership on issues such as global security.

The Great Californian Bag Surplus

(January 18, 2017 01:41 PM, by Bryan Caplan) I just got back from a long vacation in my home state of California. The bad news about California is that its people and government have unusually severe economic illiteracy. The good news is that their severe economic illiteracy provides... (1 COMMENTS)

Howe Gelb to release new album Future Standards, to ramble around the US like a tumbleweed to promote it

Not AT ALL content with the current state of the “Great American Songbook” — chiefly because that mighty whisper of a name “Howe Gelb” isn’t in it yet — Howe Gelb has decided to take matters into his own worn, sure, and insanely capable...Show More Summary

How to make State great again

The Obama administration’s conduct of foreign policy related to global conflict may have frustrated many, but it was both coherent and internally consistent.

There’s only one classic presidential movie from the ‘80s

Remember this beginning? “In 1988, the crime rate in the United States rises four hundred percent. The once great city of New York becomes the one maximum security prison for the entire country. A fifty-foot containment wall is erected along the New Jersey shoreline, across the Harlem River, and down along the Brooklyn shoreline. It …

Cheers and Jeers: Wednesday

From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Bigly Blast from the Past Trackdown was a TV series that ran from 1957-59, and took place in the fictional Texas town of Porter following the Civil War. The great Robert Culp plays Ranger and de facto Sheriff Hoby Gilman. Show More Summary

Former Clinton aide Sidney Blumenthal lists five ways Trump is illegitimate

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

Not since The Wizard of Oz has anyone proclaimed himself to be so great and powerful as Donald Trump. He knows more than the generals, the spies and the senators. He knows more than the Federal Reserve, the State Department and the scientists. He often tells us that he is “a smart person.”...

12 Great Telecommuting Jobs in Colorado

If you live in Colorado, you are already aware of the unique and varied natural landscapes of your home state. With more than 50 Rocky Mountain peaks, an abundance of natural hot springs, breathtaking red rock formations, and the highest sand dunes in North America, Colorado is a year-round natural playground. No matter where you live...

Kerry: Trump can’t immediately undo Obama accomplishments

Shredding nuclear deal with Iran would do "great injury" to the U.S., Secretary of State says

Review and Trip Report: Bay Area Ski Bus

Lake Tahoe is home to some of the best skiing in the United States. As a 10+ year resident of the San Francisco Bay Area, I appreciate having such great skiing so close to home. Without traffic, the drive is about 3.5 hours from the city, but “without traffic” is mostly a myth these days, unless you […] This post was originally published on Travel Codex.

Cheers and Jeers: Tuesday

From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Nifty, Nifty, Look Who’s [Redacted]! Michelle Obama is the ninth First Lady I've known (well, not personally, but a boy can dream), and we have a lot in common. She's a wife, a mom, a lawyer and a strong advocate for our veterans. Show More Summary

The Jazz Age: One of the Happiest Periods for Women

The Jazz Age was a period in the 1920s, ending with the Great Depression, in which jazz music and dance styles became popular, mainly in the United States, but also in Britain, France and elsewhere.  The Jazz Age is often referred to...Show More Summary

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