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RIP Music Greats


This year, we lost more music greats. We're offering a sample of each artist compositions which we liked best.

Chuck Berry. Al Jarreau. Gregg Allman. Tom Petty. Fresh Kid Ice. Glen Campbell. Fats Domino.

#AP notes some of the music greats who passed away in #2017.

Chuck Berry's Greatest Hits

Al Jarreau Love Songs


Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Refugee

Bill of Rights



The first 10 amendments to the Constitution make up the Bill of Rights.

Written by James Madison in response to calls from several states for greater constitutional protection for individual liberties, the Bill of Rights lists specific prohibitions on governmental power. The Virginia Declaration of Rights, written by George Mason, strongly influenced Madison.

Omarosa's White House?


The White House reported that Omarosa Manigault Newman, one of President Donald Trump's most prominent African-American supporters, plans to leave the administration next month. TV Guide once included her as one of the 60 Nastiest TV Villains of All Time. But folks don't know why she was hired in the first place, or why she was allegedly fired at last?

Trump press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the resignation of Manigault Newman will take effect on January 20, exactly one year after Trump's inauguration, but why was her access to the president reportedly stripped?

A Tale of Two Mergers


If he is supposed to be president of all Americans and should be treating everyone the same, then why is it that #Trump supports Murdoch for the $52 B Disney-Fox deal, but not the ATT-Time Warner one?

Make no doubt about it, there are major disruptions of the media business status quo outlined below. If Ma Bell and CNN et married, or Homer Simpson and Mickey Mouse tie knot, or not.

The bottom line is these mergers affect consumers because they decrease competition, which is the engine that has always driven the free and open economic marketplace.

No FBI Witch Hunt


Special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation is not a witch hunt. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the Justice Department official who hired special counsel Robert Mueller, vigorously defended Mueller’s work this week during a contentious hearing on Capitol Hill.

Net Neutrality in Knots


Everyone traveling up the information superhighway's world wide web knows that a dose of news with a wide assortment of topics, with an eclectic subject matter, will keep us all informed. Not if the FCC gets away with what commissioners are planning today.

Silent Night


There are a countless number of fascinating stories about of our best-known and loved songs. This is the one we selected, which is appropriate during these turbulent times and for the holy season, which is now upon us.

And suddenly there appeared with the angel a great multitude of the heavenly host, praising God and saying: “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to men on whom His favor rests!” When the angels had left them and gone into heaven, the shepherds said to one another, “Let us go to Bethlehem and see this thing that has happened, which the Lord has made known to us.”

Once upon a time, begins an ancient story of the real silent night. This historical gem is said to have begun in Oberndorf, a village near Salzburg, back in the year 1818 on Christmas Eve. Joseph Mohr, a Catholic curate was preparing Christmas services, so he tried to play the church organ, but it wasn’t working because mice chewed through the bellows.

Mohr then went out to visit members of the community, including one family with a sick baby. Mohr was apparently awed by the peace that lay over the scene. It reminded him of the need for music for the service, so he recalled a poem he previously wrote, which he then took to a schoolteacher and organist from a neighboring village named Franz Gruber, who composed “Silent Night” and performed it for the first time that night in Oberndorf, but playing guitar instead of the organ.

Decency Won


Sore Losers are never decent. Mr. Jones is going to Washington, DC after a stunning victory against Roy Moore, who refuses to concede Alabama on the horse he rode in.

Alabama Registered voters woke up this morning after rising to the challenge and voting for decency. They now have a new senator-elect they can be proud of, Doug Jones, after the Democrat shocked Trump-backed candidate Roy Moore in an upset for the state's open Senate seat.

Roy fought accusations of allegedly molesting teenage girls in the 1970s when he was in his 30.

Respect- It's Earned, Not Given


Didn't little Donnie get enough love while growing up in NY? His parents apparently became so frustrated by their spoiled brat they sent away to military school.

Later on, he sought fame by manipulating the media and inflating his family's wealth, so he eventually got on TV. Now, since winning without the popular vote, why doesn't he get respect?

People who have a high level of self-awareness, who feel they fit into the world and how others see them, make better decisions, raise mature kids, are less likely to lie, cheat, steal and have healthier relationships.

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