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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.

SHENZHEN, CHINA - JAN 06: lion guarding near Bank of China on Ja
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published Jul 11th 2016, 5:00 pm, by David Tweed (Bloomberg) —An international Court issues its ruling Tuesday on a challenge brought by the Philippines to China’s claim to more than 80 percent of the South China Sea. The report by the tribunal in The Hague—which will decide on at least

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NATIONAL HARBOR, MD - MARCH 6, 2014: Donald Trump speaks at the
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published Jul 10th 2016, 10:15 am, by Albert R. Hunt (Bloomberg View) —Years ago, the conservative activist Grover Norquist was the guest speaker in a class I teach at the University of Pennsylvania. “Older people are the base of the Democratic Party,” he told the class of predominantly liberal Ivy

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NEW YORK CITY - MARCH 27: Statue of Barak Obama in a gift shop i
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published Jul 10th 2016, 12:39 pm, by Toluse Olorunnipa and Justin Sink (Bloomberg) —President Barack Obama said protests against police violence in many cities over the weekend are “legitimate,” yet cautioned that attacks on law enforcement officers undermine public support for the Black Lives Matter movement. “Any violence directed at

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published Jul 10th 2016, 4:00 pm, by Chanyaporn Chanjaroen (Bloomberg) —Deutsche Bank AG is pushing ahead with plans to become one of the world’s top five wealth managers as the business outlook for European banks worsens because of the Brexit vote and Italy’s banking crisis. Market volatility after the U.K.’s

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published Jun 29th 2016, 1:00 pm, by Polly Mosendz (Bloomberg) — Upon graduating from college, newly minted grownups face a slew of bills they may or may not be totally prepared to handle: electric, gas, cable, Netflix, and Sallie Mae, for starters. One charge they can often skip is for

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published Jul 7th 2016, 4:59 pm, by John Lippert (Bloomberg) — California’s effort to promote non-polluting automobiles is being thrown off kilter by a company that makes electric cars. The rapid growth of Tesla Motors Inc. and the increasing range of other electric vehicles have the state contemplating new requirements

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published Jul 7th 2016, 5:00 pm, by Monami Yui and Grace Huang (Bloomberg) —Japan’s discount-seeking shoppers drove some retailers into the red last quarter as an uncertain economic outlook persuaded consumers to tighten their purse strings. Supermarkets and clothing stores will probably cut prices more to spur sluggish sales, which

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published Jun 24th 2016, 7:55 am, by Matt Levine (Bloomberg View) — Programming note: There will be no Money Stuff for the next two weeks, since I’ll be on vacation. Have fun and be safe; I’ll see you in July. Brexit. Well this is depressing. “The world of hope, the

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PASADENA - JUN 29: Hillary Rodham Clinton at a book signing of '
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published Jul 6th 2016, 5:35 pm, by Chris Strohm (Bloomberg) — U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Wednesday that Hillary Clinton won’t be charged criminally for her use of personal e-mail while secretary of state, accepting a recommendation from the FBI after a more than yearlong investigation. Lynch said that

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MOSCOW - JULY 02: View of Saint Basils Cathedral at the Red Square on July 02 2013 Moscow Russia. Red Square is central place and popular site in Moscow Russia
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published Jul 6th 2016, 6:01 pm, by Henry Meyer (Bloomberg) — Vadim Kuznetsov says his excursion-boat business along Russia’s border with Poland has been torpedoed by a new Cold War. “They’re scared,” Kuznetsov said of the Poles, once his main customers, who no longer venture across the border for fishing

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