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In Honor of Memorial Day, Veteran of War in Afghanistan Memorizes Names of Over 2,300 Fallen US Military From War

Ron White is a memory expert and veteran of the US Navy who was deployed to Afghanistan in 2007. Upon returning from Afghanistan, he set the record for the fastest to memorize a deck of shuffled cards in the USA, and won back-to-back USAMemory Championships in 2009 and 2010. In 2012, he set out on his greatest memory challenge, and that was to memorize the ...

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Charter Schools Sweep Top Five Spots in the U.S. for 2018

In what is an unparalleled achievement in the annals of American educational assessment, the top five high schools in the United States are BASIS Curriculum Schools, as are six of the nation’s top eight, and seven of America’s top fourteen, according to U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best High Schools” 2018 rankings. The seven BASIS Curriculum Schools eligible for the numeric rankings are #1 BASIS Scottsdale, ...

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Top U.S. Cities Bothered by Ticks

Spring is in full bloom and so is the tick population throughout the country. TruGreen, the nation’s leading professional lawn care company helping people live life outside, is releasing their first list of the U.S. cities most bothered by ticks. Ticks can transmit disease and cause allergic reactions in both people and pets. For the first time, TruGreen is breaking ...

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Bolton: US Expects North Korean Denuclearization To Go Down The Way It Did In Libya

  by Ryan Pickrell The U.S. apparently has the Libya model in mind for North Korean denuclearization, according to White House national security adviser John Bolton. “Will President Trump insist that Kim give up, ship out, all of his nuclear weapons, all of his nuclear fuel, all of his ballistic missiles before the U.S. makes any concessions?” Fox News host ...

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Trump Considering Flushing Spending Bill Down The Drain

  by Robert Donachie President Donald Trump tweeted Friday morning that he is considering vetoing the $1.3 trillion spending bill Congress passed early Friday morning. “I am considering a VETO of the Omnibus Spending Bill based on the fact that the 800,000 plus DACA recipients have been totally abandoned by the Democrats (not even mentioned in Bill) and the BORDER ...

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Both Parties Claim Victory in Pennsylvania Special Election … sorta

Election night in Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District special election is over and the candidates are separated by just .2% of the vote. The vote counting will continue and both sides believe they have won. Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) Chairman Ben Ray Luján congratulated the Democratic Party candidate, Conor Lamb, on their “incredible victory.” “I want to congratulate Conor Lamb and ...

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How the Left and Right see the firing of Sec. Rex Tillerson

President Donald Trump announced the firing of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in a tweet Tuesday morning and the two sides of the political divide see the decision very differently. Without actually uttering the words “you’re fired” the president used Twitter to announce a series of moves that put Tillerson out-to-pasture, moved his CIA chief over to head the State ...

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How the left and right report President Trump’s decision to meet with Kim Jong-un

Quick Links: The Facts From the left From the right Our take President Donald Trump’s decision to accept North Korean Dictator Kim Jong-un’s invite for discussions on denuclearization has the media taking sides. Some say his strategy is already a success while others write that he has been suckered into a losing position by Kim. We look at the facts, ...

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