Month: November 2018

Exiting House Speaker Paul Ryan Expresses His Regrets

After two decades in U.S. Congress, House Speaker Paul Ryan bids his farewell, ending his five year stint as Wisconsin’s only House Speaker after being drafted to replace John Boehner in 2015. Along with other highlights of his career, Ryan was running mate to Mitt Romney’s presidential challenge to Obama in 2012. Looking back on

Roberto Santiago Helps Manaira Shopping With Promotions

Roberto Santiago Turns Heads with Promotions at Manaira Shopping

When a business enterprise is already successful, there is often a temptation to let the focus on customers slip or the original goal of the undertaking fall by the wayside. Ultimately such a practice can have a detrimental effect not only on the business itself but on the mission it is trying to accomplish. In

Trump Requests that Supreme Court Hear Cases on Transgender Military Ban

United States President Donald Trump continues to push forward a policy that would ban transgender people from serving in most parts of the military. The policy plan was first revealed by Trump in July 2017 in a controversial tweet. Secretary of Defense James Mattis later confirmed the details of the proposed policy, which blocks people

Get Stimulated with the "Side Effects" Remix EP from The Chainsmokers

Get Stimulated with the “Side Effects” Remix EP from The Chainsmokers

“Side Effects” was the soothing summer celebration song that gave The Chainsmokers a sun-soaked vacation from the darker, more brooding 2018 tracks that they had released up until that point like “Sick Boy,” “You Owe Me,” “Everybody Hates Me,” and “Somebody” featuring Drew Love. Dropping on July 27 2018 with the hot Pop chops of

Charlamagne Tha God Takes on Mental Health Awareness with a New Book and Show

Charlamagne Tha God is continuing his hot streak with a new book coming out and a new show on the way. The book, “Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks on Me,” has recently been released and will likely do well, just as his prior book did, “Black Privilege: Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It.” In

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Is Ready to Take Trump on When the Democrats Take over the House

For the last two years, Donald Trump has methodically given the Democrats a lesson in uncensored politics. Trump has carved a message in the minds of voters across the country. That message is the Democrats are criminals and Hillary Clinton is the devil dressed like a Democrat. He takes pleasure watching his opponents crawl and


Shervin Pishevar’s Hyperloop Races Toward Two Different Finish Lines

When Shervin Pishevar co-founded Hyperloop One, arguably the first company that is 100% serious about building the revolutionary high-speed transport train, he never could have imagined that he would see not just one, but two revolutionary projects develop, led by two of the world’s most prolific entrepreneurs. In fact, it would seem perfectly natural that

Trump Claims He’s Confident He’ll Reach a Trade Deal with China in November

Donald Trump thinks China needs a lesson in fair trade practices. Mr. Trump put China on notice when he became president. And he followed through on his promise to throw a monkey wrench into an economic partnership that helped America’s economy rebound in 2008. The trade war Trump initiated with China will cost Americans more

How Do Herbalife Nutrition Distributors Support Community Wellness?

Psychologists who once studied the impact of positivity within the workplace are learning that the same sort of positivity is applicable to all areas of life. Creating a positive, supportive environment is at the heart of what helped the people of Coshocton, Ohio live healthier, more active lives. Herbalife Nutrition distributors saw an opportunity to