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Aug 11

Top 10 not-so-good, bad, and ridiculous Scandalgates



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On this day in 1972, Richard M. Nixon became the first U.S. president to resign, and the term for the scandal that prompted his resignation—”Watergate”—continues to be referenced today.



Aug 10

Chocolate as America



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American history never tasted so good.



Aug 9

Constitution Check: Does the Constitution shield S&P’s downward rating of U.S. credit?



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A congressional committee held a hearing July 27 on the slow pace of government moves to write new rules to govern the credit rating agencies like Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s and Fitch Ratings.  This was shortly before S&P downgraded the U.S. credit rating from AAA to AA+, sending financial tremors around the globe. The constitutional… [Continue Reading]



Aug 9

Office politics: 10 tough presidential decisions



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How tough a job is it? Here are 10 storms weathered by our nation’s presidents.



Aug 8

Should judges be elected or appointed?



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In Tennessee, it turns out that there is a lot of discussion around getting square with the constitution — the 1870 Tennessee state constitution, that is.