Ken Blackwell: President Obama an Uncertain Trumpet on Terror

“George W. Bush, forty-third president—forty-third president to not kill bin Laden, that is.” That’s the way the funsters on Saturday Night Live lampooned President Obama’s imaginary victory lap after Osama bin Laden was taken out by U.S. forces last May. It was a made-for-Hollywood moment for the president. But it was curiously empty. No one […]

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Rate on 30-year mortgage falls to lowest on record

WASHINGTON (AP) — The average rate on a 30-year fixed mortgage has fallen to its lowest level on records dating to 1971. The rate on the most popular mortgage dipped to 4.15 percent from 4.32 percent a week ago, Freddie Mac said Thursday. Its previous low of 4.17 percent was reached in November. The last […]

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Interracial Dating

Interracial Dating – Credit: Getty Images What You Need To Know Interracial couples are becoming completely commonplace, especially in cities. Some women’s reactions to men of different races differ at different times. Whether or not she’s ovulating can have an impact on how she reacts to you. “Women demonstrate more fear and avoidance of men […]

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Ultrasound of Neck Predicts Who Will Have a Stroke

Ultrasound of Neck Predicts Who Will Have a Stroke Aug. 17, 2011 — Two noninvasive imaging tests may help determine which people with a narrowing of arteries in the neck will need surgery to reduce their future risk of stroke, a study suggests. A narrowing of the carotid arteries in the neck is known as […]

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U.S. Government Investing $500M in Solar Power Projects—In India

A man cleans a solar array at a solar power plant India. (AP photo/Ajit Solanki) (CNSNews.com) – The U.S. Export-Import Bank, an independent agency of the federal government, says that it has $500 million in loans in the “pipeline” to fund new solar energy projects—in India. The $500 million in new loans will come on […]

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Get a 21.5-inch LCD monitor for $99.99

Finally, a 22-inch monitor (well, 21.5-inch) breaks the $100 barrier! (Credit: Best Buy) This is an update of a deal I posted a few weeks ago. I know monitors are a little dull, but this one has a decidedly newsworthy price. You can have my second monitor when you pry it out of my cold, […]

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Google-Motorola deal highlights patent arms race

FILE – In this Jan. 6, 2011 file photo, a buyer tests Motorola’s Droid Bionic 4G phone at the Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas. When an Internet company plunks down $12 billion to buy a cellphone maker for the sake of its intellectual property, it’s another sign that for the high-tech industry, patents have […]

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Women Moaning

Thinkstock Fake breasts, fake butts, fake orgasms — and now fake moaning? Well, not exactly. The common perception in bed is that when a woman moans, it’s from something you’ve done. Either you’ve finally found the little man in the boat, you’ve hit her G-spot or the foreplay has preheated the oven. Not quite. Research from […]

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West Nile Virus in 15 States

West Nile Virus in 15 States Aug. 16, 2011 — If you’ve been bitten by a mosquito and feel ill, it could be West Nile virus. Ever since its 1999 appearance in the U.S., reports of West Nile illness have peaked in August. With a two- to 14-day incubation period, the next infection might be […]

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Tax Hikes Not the Solution to Social Security Solvency, Former CBO Chief Says

The Social Security program turned 76 this week. Washington (CNSNews.com) – Social Security, which turned 76 this week, cannot be salvaged through increasing taxes, according to a former director of the Congressional Budget Office. Past attempts to reform Social Security to keep the federal retirement program solvent for future generations – such as a proposal […]

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