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Cogitation On What Could Have, What May Still Be For The Seahawks—Cogitation On What Could Have, What May Still…

College Students Across Country Struggling to Afford Food, Says New Report—College Students Across Country Struggling to Afford Food,…

Winterhawks Part With Picks To Land A Goaltender, Swap Long Time Players—Winterhawks Part With Picks To Land A Goaltender,…

Fit for Life: A Tribute to the Greatest Generation—Fit for Life: A Tribute to the Greatest…

Goal Setting For Runners—Goal Setting For Runners

Health Myths We Believe But Shouldn’t—Health Myths We Believe But Shouldn’t

Winterhawks Pick Up 5 Of 6 Points After Christmas & So Far, A Perfect Run On The Swing—Winterhawks Pick Up 5 Of 6 Points After…

A New Year’s Political Hodge-Podge – Sunday Political Brunch – January 6, 2019—A New Year’s Political Hodge-Podge – Sunday Political…

U.S. Economy Adds 312,000 Jobs in December—U.S. Economy Adds 312,000 Jobs in December

 
 

When the White House Becomes a Prison—Sunday Political Brunch January 13, 2019

Sunday, January 13, 2019

Three weeks into a partial government shutdown and there appears no end in sight. I predicted early on that President Trump would have the short-term advantage, but that as things dragged on, public sympathies may drift more to Congress. I think were nearing some turning points that could change the dynamic, so let’s “brunch” on that this week.

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Cogitation On What Could Have, What May Still Be For The Seahawks

Sunday, January 13, 2019

A regular season record of 10-6.  Led the league in average rushing yards per game.  Made the playoffs. And they were a lot better than people predicted.

In a casual conversation at the playground, these are perfectly acceptable, positive statements to make about the Seattle Seahawks’ 2018 season. A more nuanced assessment would have to include some darker observations.  And thus it is hard not to feel at least a little disappointed by the team’s showing this year.

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College Students Across Country Struggling to Afford Food, Says New Report

Saturday, January 12, 2019

A new report released from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) shows that college students across the country are struggling to afford food and nutrition. The report finds, "despite this federal support, many low-income college students struggle to meet their basic needs, including obtaining the food that they need, and may drop out of college as a result. SNAP can be an important source of support for low-income students, although it may not completely ameliorate food insecurity."

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Winterhawks Part With Picks To Land A Goaltender, Swap Long Time Players

Saturday, January 12, 2019

Just two games remain on the Eastern Swing and so far the Hawks haven’t given up a point in the games thus far. The first was a bit of a battle in Swift Current that led to a trade. More on that in a moment, but the Hawks did enough to secure a win of 5-3 including an empty-net goal.

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Fit for Life: A Tribute to the Greatest Generation

Saturday, January 12, 2019

On January 2, 2019, I said farewell to a great man I once had the pleasure of working with many years ago. He was the father of one of my best friends, and he passed after a fulfilling 88 years of life.

He was, in my opinion, one of the last few survivors of the “greatest generation.”

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Goal Setting For Runners

Tuesday, January 08, 2019

We are a week into the new year and by now most of us have set goals for ourselves. Some of us have signed up for the gym, some have set weight-loss targets, and some of us have a list of races on our calendar. Goal setting for runners is important if we want to have a successful year with maximum output and minimal injuries.

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Health Myths We Believe But Shouldn’t

Tuesday, January 08, 2019

When it comes to health advice, there’s a lot of information floating around on how to take care of your body. To make matters worse, the internet provides users with so much information that it’s hard to believe who’s telling the truth. For every YouTuber preaching that butter can help reduce fat around your stomach area, or mangos aren’t good for your body, there’s a TV ad to tell you otherwise.

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Winterhawks Pick Up 5 Of 6 Points After Christmas & So Far, A Perfect Run On The Swing

Tuesday, January 08, 2019

The Tri City Americans seem to have the Portland Winterhawks’ number as they once again took a victory in overtime against the Hawks, the third time in as many games as they headed from the swing. The Americans win 3-2  under a couple minutes into overtime, but not without controversy. As Joachim Blichfeld was retrieving the puck from behind his own net, he was tripped up andTri-City capitalized on the play with a goal. Though the crowd heavily protested and so did the Hawks on the ice, it was not overturned and the Hawks settled once again for the “loser point.”

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A New Year’s Political Hodge-Podge – Sunday Political Brunch – January 6, 2019

Sunday, January 06, 2019

I spent two days on Capitol Hill this week as the 116th Congress was sworn-in. Democrats took control of the House of Representatives, while Republicans remain in control of the White House and Senate. Transitions of power always fascinate me, and it was great to bear witness to it in person. Let’s “brunch” on that this week:

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U.S. Economy Adds 312,000 Jobs in December

Friday, January 04, 2019

The United States economy added 312,000 jobs in the month of December while the unemployment rate went up to 3.9%, according to the latest jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

This comes after Wall Street projected that job numbers would increase 177,000 in the month.

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