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Walt Alexander is the editor-in-chief of Men of Value. Learn more about his vision for the online magazine for American men with the American values—faith, family & freedom—in his Welcome from the Editor.

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Business HeadlinesYour Money

published Jun 20th 2017, 4:45 am, by Suzanne Woolley (Bloomberg) —After almost a decade, Americans may finally be turning the corner on saving money. More than 30 percent of them say they have enough tucked away to cover six months’ worth of expenses—a seven-year high for this measure of financial calamity preparedness,

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Traders Work On The Floor Of The NYSE As Stocks Rally Amid Earnings And Crude Shrugs Off China Slump
Business Headlines

published Jun 21st 2017, 3:27 pm, by Jeremy Herron (Bloomberg) —Most U.S. stocks fell as oil’s worsening slump weighed on energy and industrial shares, overshadowing fresh rallies in high flying technology and biotech companies. Brent crude slid beneath $45 a barrel to join West Texas Intermediate in a bear market

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Business Headlines

published Jun 21st 2017, 7:13 pm, by Alan Bjerga (Bloomberg) —President Donald Trump said that expanded access to broadband internet service in rural areas will be part of the infrastructure plan he will submit to Congress, helping to bridge a digital divide that leaves small towns behind. “I will be including

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DevotionalsFaith

There is an old saying, ‘You cannot make an omelette unless you are willing to break some eggs!’ This has many meanings but one meaning refers to the fact you may have to risk something and not look back to get something you want, because you cannot put the egg back in the shell. The

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Teen Plays Race On Playstation
Business Headlines

published Jun 20th 2017, 7:19 pm, by Pavel Alpeyev (Bloomberg) — Hi, this is Pavel, a technology reporter in Tokyo. Earlier this month, Sony unveiled an unusual new product —a robotic toy. At first glance, Toio, which stands for “toy” and “I/O,” looks like an old-fashioned video game console, complete

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Flag Of China With A Red Downtrend Arrow.
Business Headlines

published Jun 20th 2017, 8:04 pm, by Garfield Reynolds (Bloomberg) —Asian shares retreated as crude oil tumbled into a bear market on concern a global supply glut will persist. Futures on China’s equities pointed higher after MSCI Inc. added the nation’s domestic stocks to its emerging-markets index. Australian equities led losses

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Jared Kushner Praises Tech Leaders At White House Meeting
Business Headlines

published Jun 20th 2017, 2:36 pm, by Jonathan Ferziger (Bloomberg) —Jared Kushner’s return to Israel this week bolsters White House efforts to broker a peace deal, as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu examines what he needs to give Palestinians to bring ties with the broader Arab world out of the shadows,

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PASADENA, CA - JAN 16: Donald Trump at the NBCUNIVERSAL 2015 Win
Business Headlines

published Jun 19th 2017, 4:08 pm, by Laurel Brubaker Calkins (Bloomberg) —The White House has ordered the U.S. Justice Department to jump into Texas’s battle to force its cities and elected local officials to comply with the state’s tough sanctuary-city ban, which makes it a crime to shelter some undocumented

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Vladimir Putin
Business Headlines

published Jun 14th 2017, 3:00 am, by Dune Lawrence (Bloomberg) — He tested the presidential waters for Donald Trump and then served as a campaign guard dog, threatening a reporter that he would “mess your life up.” Before long, he was swept up in the questions swirling around the administration

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Business Headlines

published Jun 19th 2017, 8:16 pm, by Justin Sink and Nick Wadhams (Bloomberg) —President Donald Trump on Monday denounced the death of Otto Warmbier, saying the University of Virginia student who spent more than a year imprisoned in North Korea suffered at the hands of a “brutal regime.” “At least

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