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Running for Political Office

Running for Political Office

When deciding to run for political office, it is of vital importance that the potential candidate consider whether or not they can meet the expectations that public office demands. This includes the commitments such as time, effort, money, energy, and family support. Not only are these things to be considered seriously, the potential candidate needs […]

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VA Loans Help Veterans Live the American Dream

Shouldn’t everyone have the right to live the American dream of working hard and owning a home? Don’t those in the military sacrifice their time and lives to provide all Americans with this dream? Shouldn’t they be able to live it as well? The answer to all of these questions is YES, and www.lowvarates.com has […]

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New Numbers on Veterans

This Veteran’s Day Pick Up Please came out with some startling numbers about U.S. veterans. Nearly half of all U.S. vets are suffering from anxiety or PTSD, 1 in 7 homeless individuals are veterans, and 260,000 will become homeless this year alone. This graphic is great at putting into perspective how many people are affected […]

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Responding To Criticism In Social Media

One thing that all businesses and people will have to deal with in this world is criticism. The saying has been said many times: “Everyone’s a critic” and it’s easy to see why. Criticism can drive your company or product down into the recesses of the internet, forgotten and shamed. There are a couple of […]

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Occupy: Social Movement

“The problem is though, and I want to stress this to you guys (if this is your first time doing something like this): protesting is not action. Revolutions are not made on protests…Revolutions are made by seizing power…And the way you do that is by making real demands and agitating for them. Not abstract concepts…A […]

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Keeping Your Promotional Flyers Seen

When it comes to promoting a cause, there are only a few inexpensive ways that work. Talking to people about your cause is obviously number one, but takes a lot of time. Word of mouth through your organization or group is great, but typically you need to be established for it to be effective. Promotional […]

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Harness the Power of Twitter

Recording your message in your voice will send a powerful message to the people that represent you in Congress. Because we harness the power of Twitter to send your recording, you can share it with as many people as you like. Retweet your message to your family and friends. Add it to your Facebook profile. […]

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Twitter Censorship

First SOPA and PIPA — now Twitter censorship? Last week, Twitter announced policy changes that would be created in order to censor tweets on a country-by-country basis, where certain countries would be blocked from tweeting in order to protect local laws. While the tweets will still be available to the rest of the world, these messages will be inaccessible […]

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Kissing In, Tuning Out: Free Speech at Yale

Via Yale Daily News: At around noon this past Monday, a freshman posted a thread on the “Yale College Class of 2015” Facebook group advertising an event. Although the group was initially created to instigate interaction between eager prefrosh, it has since become a bulletin board for the various events held on campus every day. […]

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