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Immigration Ban – Indiana Congressmen Share Their Thoughts
Immigration Ban – Indiana Congressmen Share Their Thoughts
President Donald Trump signed an executive order over the weekend placing a temporary ban on immigrants and refugees from seven foreign countries from entering the United States causing protests at airports across the country. Several Congressmen and women representing the state of Indiana in both the U.S. House and Senate shared their thoughts on the ban through social media.
Israeli Ambassador Ron Dermer Speaks Out About Recent Iran Nuclear Deal [VIDEO]
Israeli Ambassador Ron Dermer Speaks Out About Recent Iran Nuclear Deal [VIDEO]
Earlier this week, the United States, Iran and five other world powers came to an agreement about Iran's nuclear program. One of the biggest critics of the agreement is Israel, particularly Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Israel's Ambassador to the United States, Ron Dermer, discussed the issues that most concern Israel in an interview.
Bee Colonies and Populations are on the Decline and I Feel Guilty
Bee Colonies and Populations are on the Decline and I Feel Guilty
I was mowing the other afternoon and my lawn (weeds primarily) had grown fast and thick thanks to all of the rain we've had.  I had lots of clover, which added a light-colored softness to the yard.  As I mowed, I noticed all the many bees that were busy harvesting the pollen from the clover; bumblebees, honey bees and other little creatures that look like bees.
Coffee Drinkers Will Be Paying More Soon As Coffee Prices Are Expected to Rise
Coffee Drinkers Will Be Paying More Soon As Coffee Prices Are Expected to Rise
Surveys have indicated that most coffee drinkers like to stick to a certain brand of coffee for personal use.  Some of us will switch around if there's a deal to be had and I admit that I'm one of those "switchers."  As coffee prices rise in the near future, more of my coffee drinking colleagues may end up being a switcher, like me, in order to save some coffee cash!
Will a Biological Blight Bottom Out the Banana Bunch?
Will a Biological Blight Bottom Out the Banana Bunch?
I like to eat bananas occasionally and I like them well enough, but I wouldn't say that I'm a banana lover.  If you are a banana lover, this news may greatly disturb you.  (It certainly is bad enough to make the monkeys go ape!)  There is currently a blight on bananas in Asia that has now been found in Mozambique (Africa) and Jordan (Middle East), and the concern is that it may reach Latin America

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