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5 Thanksgiving tips to reduce your budget and stress

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Thanksgiving is a time to remember all that we as individuals, families and a nation have to be grateful. It’s also a time to relax and enjoy a nice dinner with your ...

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US vetoes UN’s annual condemnation of Israel

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The United States for the first time voted against an annual U.N. resolution condemning Israeli control over the Golan Heights at the world body. The decision by the United States to change ...

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Missouri deer hunters harvest nearly 100,000 in opening weekend

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It was a busy weekend for deer hunters across the state last week. The Missouri Department of Conservation reports that almost 100,000 deer were harvested in Missouri during the opening weekend of ...

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Missouri minimum wage hike meets mixed reviews

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Minimum wage increases were passed by Missouri voters on November 6 by a nearly 25% margin. What does it mean for workers and employers? The provisions of Proposition B will make the current ...

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Dave Ramsey: Are home warranties a good deal?

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So what’s the deal with home warranties? Dave Ramsey answers your questions of wether they’re a good deal or not. Dear Dave, Are home warranties a waste of money if someone has ...

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Analysis: Yeah, you need to go to church

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It’s hardly fair to blame evangelical churches for not teaching sound theology to someone who never darkens its door. Last week I wrote a piece that highlighted the stunning results from Ligonier Ministries’ and ...

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Wait for the honeymoon?

Dear Dave, My fiancé and I are getting married in three weeks, but he lost his job as an experienced HVAC technician at a hospital a few days ago. Do you think ...

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Taxpayers footing $4 Billion annual bill for illegal immigrants giving birth in US

A new report published by the Center for Immigration Studies details the number of likely births to illegal immigrants nationally, births by state and large metropolitan areas, and the more than $4 ...

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Dave Says – Paying off credit cards

Need some financial advice? Debt and Income Crisis? Pay off the house first? Check cashing? Taxes? Credit Cards? Check out what folks are asking Dave Ramsey.   Dear Dave, How do you ...

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Famed Branson violinist returns to stage after fire

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Famed violinist Shoji Tabuchi, who’s become a staple of the Branson performance scene, will start performing for the first time since his theater was shuttered last year due to fire damage. It’s ...

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Nebraska has some fun being ‘boring’ in new ads

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A new tourism campaign for Nebraska is being met with smiles and some raised eyebrows, as the Cornhusker State’s fiercely self-deprecating campaign sarcastically highlights the very virtues it is often mocked for. Released ...

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Free seminar explores investment in Israel the ‘start-up-nation’

“A reform happens when you change the policy of the government; a revolution happens when you change the mind-set of a country,” said author Dan Senor in his book Start-up Nation: The ...

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Loving your neighbor well: Can we be friends with neighbors who think differently than we do?

That particularly bitter New York winter whipped harsh promises against the front door of my neighbor’s house — promises that remained elusive and unimaginable. Behind that door, my neighbors, Ken and Floy ...

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God’s big idea about finances

For years I’ve said that “financial freedom” should be our goal. I published a pamphlet called the “Keys to Financial Freedom.” I’ve written articles on how to experience financial freedom. In summary, ...

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‘Broken-hearted’ vet says scared pets look for owners at end of life

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A “broken-hearted” vet has revealed how frightened pets search for their owners who have chosen to leave the room when they are put down. In a viral social media post, the anonymous vet wrote that animals ...

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