Fetching One Way Links A Beginner S Guide

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Everyone has heard that link building is important for proper search engine rankings. But, what does that mean? How does that apply to your site? To help the new webmaster launch into an effective link building campaign, I’ve outlined 5 important linking concepts. Links are votes: A link is a vote that one website (the […]


The Fifteenth Amendment

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When the Civil War came to an end, it was important to take the big accomplishments and transition them into the law of the land before any ground was lost as reconstruction returned the nation to one country rather than two warring parties. The upheaval of society that the abolition of slavery represented and the […]


How Good Is Your Blog Here S A Free Way To Test It

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Ever wondered what people think when they visit your blog? If you’re like most bloggers, you get a few comments but not enough to know whether most people like your blog or not. Maybe they read it, love it, and you never know about it. Or maybe they see something they don’t like and are […]


Partnership And The New Doc

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You are flying home from a job interview and this is it. You are in the last year of your medical or surgical training and you are a couple of months away from finishing. Ah. Finally. This is the perfect job. The location’s great, pay is terrific; it is the practice style you want. And, […]


Big Brother 6 Saskia Howard Clarke

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Saskia Howard-Clarke is a “promotions girl” from London. She was the fifth evictee from the Big Brother house on July 1 2005 when she participated in the sixth series of the popular television programme. In the first couple of weeks, Saskia proved to be popular with housemates and viewers alike. This was evident in week […]


Big Brother 7 Sezer Eviction

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Sezer Yurtseven was the second housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother house and won two dubious honours in the process. Firstly, he was evicted by the largest public vote margin of all time – a massive 91.6%, making him the show’s most detested housemate in Big Brother’s seven series run. He also became […]


Cbs Big Brother 7 The Big Buzz Factor

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The voting has finally closed- Houseguests can relax for a few moments- relaxed as one could get wondering if their summer will be filled with every moment of their live recorded in the Big Brother House, or if they will continue on with their current lives a little more separate from the public spectacle the […]


Rocking The Vote In 2008

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The story arc of Shades of Darkness, Shades of Grace covers five years and three elections. Set in Minnesota, home to the nation’s highest voter turn-out, the Pierson family understands that voting is not a right but a privilege, and one they exercise regularly. With 2008 a presidential election year, readers of the novel might […]


If I Only Had A Brain Overcoming The Manipulation Of Celebrity Political Endorsements

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The right to vote is a privilege that we have long taken for granted. It has become subject to the indifference of our entitlement rather than being subject to the scrutiny of our responsibility. The important work for this election will not be accomplished by the candidates, or at least it shouldn’t be. The most […]


Heal Our Republic Change Our Electoral System

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Consider the presidential election system we have today: Every state has a number of electors, equal to their amount of representatives and senators, who vote for the President of the United States. In most states, every elector goes to the candidate who achieves the most popular votes, regardless of his margin of victory. This means: […]


14 Billion Doesn T Buy What It Used To

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I am not sure how much national attention this story has gotten but there was a tragedy that took place in Boston’s Big Dig on July 10th. One of the ceiling panels that are hung in the tunnels of the biggest construction project in the world, the “Big Dig”, fell and crushed a car killing […]


Should I Vote For The Man

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I’m proud to say that I have voted in every election since my eighteenth birthday. I’m not proud to say I have not always been an informed voter. So many issues, this candidate promises that, that candidate promises this. It’s enough to drive you crazy.However voting is the most important duty an American citizen has. […]


Burgers Fries And Ignorant Politics Does Democracy Need An Overhaul

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America has become a confusing place for many people who are trying to decipher through the mess of politics that is inherent in a huge country that touts democracy. The Critical Review’s (No. 1 Vol. 19) article Ignorance as a Starting Point: From Modest Epistemology to Realistic Political Theory states that a new elitist political […]


Black Youth Vote National Civic Education Training Tour Promotes Voting In Iowa

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As part of ongoing efforts to motivate young people to engage in the political process, the League of Young Voters Education Fund (LYVEF) recently teamed up with the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation’s (NCBCP) Black Youth Vote! (BYV!) for an innovative civic participation training at North High School in Des Moines, IA. The youth […]


When At War What Our Troops Want Is The Election Issue

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Watching the Towers Fall and Moving Beyond Stuck-On-Stupid! Watching the twin towers of the World Trade Center come down, live on TV, had a profound affect on many Americans including this baby boomer. Probably due to age, serious motivation to join the Ohio Army Reserve did not develop, however, until 2004 when I was fifty […]


18 In 08 Gets My Vote

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On October 1, I had the privilege to come to Rutgers to see a screening of 18 in ’08, a documentary produced by David Burstein, a Haverford College freshman. The documentary’s purpose: to get out the youth (18 to 24 year-old) vote and tell politicians how to make it happen. Burstein and friends interviewed over […]


The Values Of A Link For Search Engine Optimization

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Since most link building campaigns are done to support ongoing ranking strategies, it’s important to know where and how to look for “link traps” that keep you from your Search Engine Optimization (SEO) efforts and goals. Websites that employ the use of robots.txt, JavaScript or certain redirects should be avoided. Websites that show no meter […]