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The 19 Most Hated Companies in America

The American Customer Satisfaction Index rates companies based on thousands of surveys. In the latest index, the most-hated companies include large banks, airlines, power and telecom companies. Source: Theatlantic.com The businesses is on this list are not shocking at all! Is it wrong that I'm grinning with pure excitement to see these companies getting ...

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Proof That America IS NOT a Christian Nation

As America celebrates its birthday on July 4, the timeless words of Thomas Jefferson will surely be invoked to remind us of our founding ideals -- that "All men are created equal" and are "endowed by their Creator" with the right to "Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness." These phrases, a cherished part of our history, have rightly been called "American ...

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How America Became The Fattest Country in The World [INFO-GRAPHIC]

This is truly sad. I can really understand how people get obese. The simple thought of a delicious slice of pizza or a big fat juicy cheeseburger is pure bliss! However, at what point do people not realize the effects of their eating habits? What annoys me more than anything is the epidemic that "fat" has caused. My generation of Americans is now the first ...

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The American Dream is DEAD! At Least for Millennial’s

"One of the most depressing news stories I've read in the last few years is one asserting that the Millennial generation will be the first to be worse off than their parents. This factors in salaries, health costs, and social security, but also our prospects (or lack thereof) of ever Owning A Home, that classic American declaration of independence. Recent numbers ...

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Half The World’s Muslims Don’t Want Democracy And Human Rights [VIDEO]

Bill O'Reilly hates Muslims. Or at least he hates "the bad Muslims." He believes the world has a "Muslim problem." I believe Muslims have a P.R. problem. Unlike any other large group of people who are demonized, Muslims do not have a central positive figure for the western world to believe in and embrace. During the civil rights movement when blacks were discri...

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The KKK Said Something I ACTUALLY Agree With: SHOCKING! [VIDEO]

"Hours before President Barack Obama led the nation's Memorial Day observances at the Tomb of the Unknowns, three members of the Westboro Baptist Church were challenged by others who disagreed with them -- including members claiming to be from the Ku Klux Klan. Among those counter-protesting at the cemetery's main entrance: About 10 members of a group that claims ...

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Has America Lost Interest in Right-Wing Radio?

"The heavy-hitters of conservative radio talk shows are bleeding listeners according to Crain's. The industry report says Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and others hit a "slump" in October from which they've failed to recover. Limbaugh's ratings are down 33 percent, a large enough blow to prompt Salon's Alex Pareene to wonder if America might be done with Rush. ...

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Why Healthcare Costs So Much in America [INFO-GRAPHIC]

The healthcare debate is an issue I still haven’t fully taken a position on. There seems to be valid points with Obama Care and valid points with the current system we have. However, Obama Care is just another form of Government run healthcare. Seeing as how the Government hasn’t been able to get Medicare and Medicaid to run properly or run at a balanced budget, ...

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Is America Addicted to War?

Foreignpolicy.com posted an incredible article a few days ago about America's "addiction to war." The article discusses our history and the wars we've engaged in, as well as reasons that prove America is addicted to war. One thing that I've found so interesting about this issue is that America in recent years seems to always be in a new war. Both Bush and Obama ...

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America’s Top 10 Fraud Filled States

According to data published by the Federal Trade Commission in the Consumer Sentinel Network Data Book, more than 1.3 million consumer fraud claims were filed in 2010. Of the 27 categories, fraud related to identity theft, debt collection, Internet services, and lotteries were the most prevalent. Consumers reported losing more than $1.7 billion in those complaints. ...

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