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Comparing The Benefits of Public Vs. Private Schools

Posted by on Feb 20, 2019 in Commentaries, Daily | 0 comments

Comparing The Benefits of Public Vs. Private Schools

So, has the time come for you to send your precious child off to a new school? Congratulations! Starting formal education (or even just transferring between institutions) is a big step for both of you. At this important juncture, you may be wondering which choice of school would be best for your (maybe not so) little one. Of course, you have your own factors to consider, such as distance from home, tuition costs, availability of transport and many other. However, generally speaking, there are two main choices to pick from: a public school or...

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Why is the Swiss Franc Considered a Safe Haven Currency for Investors?

Posted by on Feb 20, 2019 in Business News and Commentary, Daily, Global | 0 comments

Why is the Swiss Franc Considered a Safe Haven Currency for Investors?

Until recently, the Japanese yen was considered to be the leading safe haven currency in the forex market. There was good reason for this too; with the yen having appreciated by more than 20% in the wake of the financial crisis of 2008 and showcased incredible durability over time. In recent times, however, risk-averse investors have been more inclined to opt for the Swiss Franc as their safe haven currency of choice. What many people don’t know is that the Swiss Franc has been established as a viable safe haven since 1934, when the presiding...

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Dealership supports young footballers with new kits and additional support

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Dealership supports young footballers with new kits and additional support

Wearside Audi are helping to give a local football team a kick start by providing their new football kits as well as contributing to additional support during their studies. The centre, part of the Lookers group, has provided new kits for Southmoor Academy Sixth Form as they continue their season in the Durham County School League, alongside the Durham School County League Cup tournament. The football team has gained momentum recently after starting a new football training partnership with Durham University, whose professional coaches are...

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Student European Travel

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Student European Travel

School is an essential time in your life where you can think about, meet individuals and extend your social skyline. Why not make that one stride further? As an understudy, you ordinarily invest a great deal of your energy in the library or in the classroom, which doesn’t abandon you an excessive amount of time for no particular reason. Presently, numerous understudies void their bank account and fly someplace tropical for a spring break trip – however, I’m here to disclose to you how to make those well-deserved dollars take...

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Lecturer’s widow hits out at Cardiff University workload

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Lecturer’s widow hits out at Cardiff University workload

The widow of a university lecturer who killed himself has demanded action to tackle workload pressures to save other families having their “dad taken away”. Diane Anderson said Cardiff University knew her husband Dr Malcolm Anderson was under significant pressure. Internal surveys, seen by BBC Wales, show a third of staff said they must work unreasonable hours to fulfil their job requirements. Cardiff University said they take the welfare of staff extremely seriously. The inquest into Dr Anderson’s death heard he had left...

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Jussie Smollett case reveals the left’s commitment to black victimhood

Posted by on Feb 20, 2019 in Commentaries, Daily, Featured | 0 comments

Jussie Smollett case reveals the left’s commitment to black victimhood

The disappointment expressed by some on the left about Jussie Smollett’s apparent hoax reveals their commitment to black victimhood. Rafael A. Mangual – “To a degree, black America’s self-esteem is invested in the illusion that we live under a cloud of continuing injustice,” Shelby Steele wrote in the Wall Street Journal last year. The “victim-focused approach to racial inequality,” he said, “causes whites to retreat into deference” toward blacks for fear of being seen as racist. Steele was writing in reference to NFL players kneeling...

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An Interview with Don M. Winn: There’s A Monkey in My Backpack!

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An Interview with Don M. Winn: There’s A Monkey in My Backpack!

Michael F. Shaughnessy 1) Don, first of all, can you tell us about some of your books—I personally like Sir Kaye—but you have others. Well, thank you, I like Sir Kaye too. Those are my chapter books. But I’ve also written twelve picture books and I am working on my next one now. My picture books are designed to help inspire young people to be heroes in their own lives by discovering their strengths and embracing their struggles. They enrich kids’ imaginations and demonstrate ways to successfully handle complicated stages of personal growth...

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Securing Financial Independence

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Securing Financial Independence

Achieving money related autonomy is the blessed vessel of individual fund. Be that as it may, what does money related autonomy truly mean? In this post, I’d like to decide the different dimensions of budgetary autonomy. It’s hard to believe, but it’s true. Indeed, even in money related autonomy, there is nobody measure fits all since everyone has an alternate wanted a way of life. Regardless of what you may figure, budgetary self-sufficiency isn’t tied in with having enough money to cover all of your expenses, most...

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Conservative students receive death threats for wanting to ‘Build the Wall’

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Conservative students receive death threats for wanting to ‘Build the Wall’

Conservative students at SUNY-Oswego set up a table with signs promoting President Donald Trump’s southern border wall. The students received death threats over the table and the school’s president released a statement condemning the violence. President Donald Trump has received significant backlash over his recent national emergency declaration, which would allow more money for the construction of a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, but Trump isn’t the only one taking heat for his pro-wall stance.  In the...

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Covington student sues WASH POST for $250 MILLION…

Posted by on Feb 19, 2019 in Daily, Featured | 0 comments

Covington student sues WASH POST for $250 MILLION…

Watch the latest video at foxnews.com Attorneys representing the Kentucky high school student involved in a confrontation that went viral on social media last month announced Tuesday that they were suing The Washington Post for $250 million in compensatory and punitive damages. The lawsuit, which was filed in federal court in Kentucky, accused The Post of practicing “a modern-day form of McCarthyism” by targeting Nicholas Sandmann and “using its vast financial resources to enter the bully pulpit by publishing a series of...

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