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AA vs. NA – What’s the Difference?

November 26, 2013 9:50 PM0 comments
AA vs. NA – What’s the Difference?

  How Narcotics Anonymous scratches the itch that AA never quite reached “The difference between drunks and junkies? The drunk steals your stuff, but the junkie steals your stuff and then helps you look for it.” Chuckles from the back row. See, the chucklers know. They remember crawling around on […]

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‘Dark Money’ Nonprofit Political Spending Restricted In Proposed IRS Rules

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‘Dark Money’ Nonprofit Political Spending Restricted In Proposed IRS Rules

WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service announced on Tuesday new guidelines clarifying the definition of political activity for nonprofit organizations. The new rules, which still face many procedural hurdles, would limit the political activities of nonprofit organizations and help prevent political actors from using these groups to […]

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SeaTac $15 Minimum Wage Barely Passes In Final Vote Tally, Recount May Follow

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SeaTac $15 Minimum Wage Barely Passes In Final Vote Tally, Recount May Follow

SEATAC, WA It appears the ayes have it. After weeks of careful ballot counting, officials in Washington state on Tuesday certified the results in a potentially historic vote that will create far and away the highest minimum wage in America. Squeaking by with a mere 77-vote margin, the ballot measure […]

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B.C. Child Poverty Rate Is Canada’s Worst: Report

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B.C. Child Poverty Rate Is Canada’s Worst: Report

VICTORIA – British Columbia has the highest child poverty rate in Canada, with one in five kids considered statistically poor, says a report that calls for quick action to alleviate a worsening situation in the western province. The report by the child and youth advocacy group First Call said B.C.’s […]

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Yahoo Can’t Get Its Employees To Use Yahoo Mail, Memo Reveals

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Yahoo Can’t Get Its Employees To Use Yahoo Mail, Memo Reveals

You know things are bad when you can’t get your employees to use your company’s email. Yahoo is having a difficult time getting its employees to switch to Yahoo Mail, according to a funny internal memo obtained by All Things Digital’s Kara Swisher on Sunday. Yahoo’s SVP of Communications Products […]

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Still Most People Prefer Beer

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Still Most People Prefer Beer

Still Most People Prefer Beer

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Pope Francis ‘Evangelii Gaudium’ Calls For Renewal Of Roman Catholic Church, Attacks ‘Idolatry Of Money’

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Pope Francis ‘Evangelii Gaudium’ Calls For Renewal Of Roman Catholic Church, Attacks ‘Idolatry Of Money’

VATICAN, Pope Francis called for renewal of the Roman Catholic Church and attacked unfettered capitalism as “a new tyranny”, urging global leaders to fight poverty and growing inequality in the first major work he has authored alone as pontiff. The 84-page document, known as an apostolic exhortation, amounted to an […]

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Museum Of Civilization Taps Big Oil To Help Fund Canada’s 150th Birthday

November 25, 2013 9:52 PM0 comments
Museum Of Civilization Taps Big Oil To Help Fund Canada’s 150th Birthday

GATINEAU, Qc – Canada’s 150th birthday is being brought to you by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. A $1-million sponsorship of the Canadian Museum of Civilization is a great opportunity to get the oil and gas industry’s message out to Canadians, the president of the industry lobby group said […]

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The Obamacare success stories you haven’t been hearing about

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The Obamacare success stories you haven’t been hearing about

SAN DIEGO, CA – Last summer Ellen Holzman and Meredith Vezina, a married gay couple in San Diego County, got kicked off their long-term Kaiser health plan, for which they’d been paying more than $1,300 a month. The cause wasn’t the Affordable Care Act, as far as they knew. They’d […]

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NHL Players Suing League Over Concussions

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NHL Players Suing League Over Concussions

WASHINGTON – Ten former National Hockey League players, including all-star forward Gary Leeman, claimed in a class-action lawsuit that the league hasn’t done enough to protect players from concussions. The lawsuit seeks damages and court-approved, NHL-sponsored medical monitoring for the players’ brain trauma and/or injuries, which they blame on their […]

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