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  The OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) has empirically argued that those countries where women are attaining an equal voice in legislature are leading the charge in creating a higher quality of life and healthcare reformation. As the strongest economy on the globe, the United States is falling far behind in the war […]

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Content or article ideas come by way of daily media headlines in every genre. Every subject of public interest has a relationship to the business of your blog.  It’s all in interpretation of thought. The tricky bits come in understanding how to insure that the story actually convey what you do for a living.  In […]

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While Harvey continues to wreak its worse, content strategists will reassess current projects or repurpose their favorite marketing channels. The Houston Texas catastrophic weather event has struck the nation’s heart and soul. In the midst of it all, it is still too early to guestimate the damage to infrastructures and lives. As a result, content […]

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The growing phenomenon of global socialism and protectionism influences the paradigm paralysis or the failure to recognize how current models of thinking are dominating investor behavior. This has become an important component of how data models are failing at predicting asset price behavior across the globe. While age-old ideas centered on quantitative modeling, number crunching, […]

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A life defined by decades of kidney dialysis, a proactive education and experiences in academic research, offers me a unique vantage point. This knowledge converges on but is not limited to biotechnology and its inherent disciplines. My journey into understanding the technologies of laboratory investigative studies began in earnest in 2004 as a transplant patient. […]

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One of the most important marketing tools for any author is getting word of mouth attention. I have learned that there are many gifted unnoticed wordsmiths. While immersing myself in book reviews this pass month the thought occurred to offer free reviews to my book marketing pack. Lots of friendly professional reviews are needful. Book […]

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In 415 AD, a Roman Egyptian and Christian “Peter the Reader” was a radical who led a mob that accosted the female educational leader Hypatia. Returning home from a lecture, she was strapped to her carriage, stripped of clothing, and then dragged naked to the Christianised Caesareum in Alexandria. In the presence of the horde […]

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Red cardinals paired on snow-laden branches. Winter blows making dancing snow swirls. Red noses are filled with scents of cinnamon and mulled wine, filling cold air with warmed recollections of love. We hear favorite Yuletide carols and long for the romance of fireside light. And beyond windowpanes, winds howl while delivering its thick coat of […]

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It’s as if by magic that we expect the world economy to suddenly correct itself; even more to expect our populaces to elect leaders with miraculous qualities of leadership. We listen to the content in talking points to assuage our hungers for balance and plenty. We often forget that leaders are people and people bring […]

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There are few countries unaffected by the surprise win of President Elect Donald J Trump. His campaign spared no one the divisive proclamations meant to frighten, divide to conquer and gain attention. For millions of Progressives and Liberals of every faith and nationality there is a feeling that can only be described as a dis-ease. […]

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