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  So much for, the laptop “could be” mine. First son Hunter Biden’s lawyers admitted late Wednesday that the infamous laptop the now-52-year-old abandoned at a Delaware computer repair shop in the throes of his crack cocaine addiction does indeed belong to him. The revelation came in a petulant letter from Hunter’s lawyers seeking a criminal probe into what they called, attempts to “weaponize” its...
Learn to barter Mike Sparks
A Complete Guide to Understanding The Working Of The Barter System Do you want to get rid of unwanted yet valuable items from your home or office and get something valuable (goods or services) in return? If so, you need to understand the barter system! You heard it right! Though the meaning of bartering is still the same (like used in old times),...
Stones River battlefield murfreesboro
  Murfreesboro, TN – Due to a winter weather advisory predicting hazardous road conditions, Stones River National Battlefield anticipates a delayed opening on Wednesday February 1, 2023.  Affected facilities include the visitor center & tour road, Stones River National Cemetery, the McFadden Farm unit and Redoubt Brannan.  The above sites and facilities will remain closed until at least 10 AM while necessary...
  TikTok’s boss will be grilled on Capitol Hill as a growing number of US lawmakers call for the popular Chinese-owned app to be banned over national security concerns. CEO Shou Zi Chew will face questions from members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee about TikTok’s “consumer privacy and data security practices, the platforms’ impact on kids, and their relationship...
Public input
One of the oft-heard complaints about media is big media conglomerates simply doing what they want, and ignore the public, and the public's concern about such things as violence and commercials. But, if we look at the reality, we see most major forms of media are, in fact, driven by consumer preference, if not out-right consumer demand. Take a look at...
Justin Owen
  By Justin Owens, January 24, 2023  Tennessee has some of the nation’s strongest laws allowing for charter schools. This rich environment has led to more than 100 new school options serving nearly 45,000 families, as well as years of outstanding academic performance.  Charter schools are public schools that are governed by a nonprofit board of directors. While charter schools administer the...
By Dr. Larry Burriss We’ve talked quite a bit here about the dangers inherent in technology, the Internet and computers. Loss of privacy, stolen data and fake news. But last week I heard about an incident in another state in which all of these problems and concerned turned out to be of benefit to at least one person. It’s a cautionary...
*Originally Posted in the TnMagazine.com Publisher’s Note: I will admit that I’m a big fan of United Communications. We’ve been using them as our internet provider for roughly two years at our home and at our business. Basic economic theory shows us that when companies and organizations have to compete for customers—it leads to lower prices, higher quality goods and...
US Mail History
*This story originally posted in the TnMagazine.com  Once part of Tennessee culture, these mail carriers linked our communities together the old-fashioned way. By Bill Carey January 2023 If you Google the words “mail hack,” you’ll be bombarded with information about how people can sabotage your email service. But the two words used to refer to an important part of American culture that...
Overcoming Goliath’s In Our Lives The story of David and Goliath (1 Samuel 17) is a significant factual account  in biblical history that showcases the Lord's intervention on behalf of His people. David, a shepherd and the youngest of Jesse's eight sons from Bethlehem, witnessed the Israelite army, led by King Saul, struggling against the Philistines. Among the Philistines was...

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