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Mark Nutsch, Horse Soldier Team and 9/11 Monument Dedication.

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TAMPA, Fla. /PRNewswire/ — Mark Nutsch, Horse Soldier Team and 9/11 Monument Dedication will be held at 10 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 19 on the courthouse lawn in downtown Washington, Kansas. The monument recognizes the work of Washington County native Mark Nutsch. Special guests and veterans from the Horse Soldier team, mission participants and several Kansas dignitaries will be in attendance.  The 9/11 memorial has been placed to the east of the Horse Soldier…

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Life After Ian: The Tragedy Of Sanibel Island

ORLANDO, Fla. /PRNewswire/ — Blue Collar Media Group and The Patrick Carr Show expose the reality on the ground residents face on Sanibel Island following Hurricane Ian. Cameras roll as Patrick shows the harsh conditions on the ground and the corrupt insurance market built to make profits at the expense of helping a local community. Blue Collar Media Group and The…

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Author Thomas D. Rix’s New Book ‘Enter the Structure’ is a Faith-Based Read That Explores Spiritual Warfare and Examines the Often-Complex Themes of the Bible

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Recent release ‘Enter the Structure’ from Covenant Books author Thomas D. Rix is a powerful tool for better understanding God’s Holy Scripture and preparing one’s soul for everlasting salvation.

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Meta’s lack of ad transparency contributes to political polarization

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Meta was hit with a $24.7 million fine after a Washington judge found the tech giant had intentionally violated the state’s campaign finance disclosure laws. Ken Birman, professor of computer science at Cornell University, is an expert on big “cloud computing” companies such as Facebook and Google. He says claims that Meta cannot track advertisement data is peculiar and that its ad…

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Expert: 4 Ways Americans Can Keep Their Vote Secure and Accurate

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With election security experts waylaid by years debunking false claims of election fraud, little has improved since 2020. J. Alex Halderman, one of the nation’s foremost election security experts and a professor of computer science at the University of Michigan, has spent much of the last two years debunking false claims of fraud that followed the 2020 election. While he…

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American Indian Teens Who Anticipate Future Affiliation with their Native Culture Experience Fewer Negative Consequences of Drinking

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Newswise — American Indian (AI) adolescents who expect to relate strongly to their racial culture in the future are less likely than their peers to experience negative alcohol outcomes – like fighting with friends, being arrested, and memory gaps – even if they do not relate strongly to their culture now, a new study suggests. Although AI communities overall have…

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Asian American Spirits House, YOBO, Collaborates with Top Chef Winner, Cookbook Author and TV personality Kristen Kish on Modern Aperitif Line, Yobo_Kish

YOBO, the female founded leader in the Asian American Spirits industry, is proud to announce the launch of their collaboration with world-renowned chef, Kristen Kish, on a new range of modern aperitifs inspired by an evolving Korean American identity.

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