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Daily Archives: February 4, 2009
NPR: National Debt for Beginners
I liked this NPR story because it broke down the national debt issue so that even I could understand it! I thought it had a Keynesian bias, but it sure beats wikipedia and Economics for Dummies! Hope you find it … Continue reading
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Family Matters: Fight the Good Fight
This is an awesome episode of Family Matters! It has a good mix of gut-wrenching, tear-jerking drama, and light-hearted, sometimes corny humor. In this episode from 1991 (man does time fly!), Laura and Urkel encounter racism when they try to … Continue reading
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