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How Do You Deal With A Child’s Questions About Terrorism?

Whether terrorism is economically driven or whether it occurs due to religious strife, we can no longer rely on others to protect us. What can we do as individuals to make the world we live in a safer place for our children?

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Grim Outlook On the Economy Right Before the Elections

With the U.S. Presidential elections less than two weeks away, both candidates are heavily focused upon the economy as their chief task. The declining economic situation propelled by the fall of Lehman Brothers has certainly worked in Obama’s favor.

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Supply Side Economics: Transforming Carbon Emissions into Useful Products

Carbon Sciences takes action against climate change by creating green products to feed into the supply chain.

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A Breakthrough Technology to Transform CO2 into Fuel

Carbon Sciences, the developer of a breakthrough technology to transform harmful carbon dioxide (CO2) into high value, earth-friendly products such as precipitated calcium carbonate (PCC) is now developing a breakthrough technology to transform CO2 into the basic fuel building blocks required to produce gasoline, diesel fuel and jet fuel.

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Obama vs. McCain: Who Will Better Support Joe The Plumber?

In the final presidential debate, the issue of the economy was all-pervasive. McCain addressed his comments to Joe Wurzelbacher, a plumber who confronted Obama about his tax policies at a recent Obama rally in Toledo, Ohio. For a considerable amount of time, McCain and Obama debated over who would do a better job for “Joe the Plumber.”

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Economy In Recession: The Cost of Allowing Lehman Brothers to Fail

The failure of Lehman Brothers is seen as the last straw that broke the credit market. Did Paulson make a big mistake?

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Tip’d: A Social News Site For Business and Financial News

Given the release of updated financial news from around the world every hour, readers are increasingly scouring the web to find the most current stories out there. Tip’d is here to answer your needs by delivering the best business stories recommended by other readers. Tip’d (tipd.com) is a community for financial news, ideas, and tips.

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Carbon Sciences: Transforming CO2 Into Useful Technology

While many companies are looking to take advantage of the new tax credits extended to renewable energy industries, Carbon Sciences is looking to solve the problem by finding ways to convert emissions into highly valued useful carbonate products that are used in the paper and pharmaceutical industry.

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Palin Vs. Biden: Who Actually Won?

I have to admit, my main reason for watching tonight’s debate was that I didn’t want to miss the entertainment, but the as it turns out, I was fully engrossed. Much as I was expecting Sarah Palin to be walked all over by Joe Biden, I was pleasantly surprised at how she handled the questions and the attack.

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Teaching Your Kids Value for Money

Given the sorry state of the economy, I have been extra vigilant about spending. I also decided recently that this is as good a time as any to extend my kids’ understanding of ‘health’ to understanding the ‘health of the economy.’ So last week embarked on a discussion about dollars, cents and piggy banks which lead to the topic of resources and waste. A noble conversation I thought, at least in its inception.

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