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Millennials Are Shying Away from Traditional Cable and News

Each generation certainly has its own trends that change along with available technology and popular culture. As available technology increases, the way we receive our information changes, such as the widespread availability of smart phones, the compact size of laptops, social media, streaming services and more. Even cable subscriptions are ...
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The American Flag: A Symbol for America’s History.

Schools, government buildings, post offices, stadiums, and even the moon all have one thing in common: The utilization of a constantly flying American Flag. My country’s flag means so much to so many people. It flies high in an unwavering testament to freedom, perseverance, and to unity. The history and ...
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Tourism and Football: How the Saints lost the most to Coronavirus

Relationships form quickly between NFL teams and their communities: sponsorships, partnerships, and other aspects that tie in these mammoth franchises to the success of their cities. The opposite also applies, and in the case of the New Orleans Saints specifically, they are due to lose hundreds of millions of dollars ...
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Cutting the TV cable cord by Ray Reggie

Cutting the Cord in a Coronavirus Climate

Faced with a future of decisions based on economic impact, consumers are heading towards a home without cable in favor of internet-based streaming services. Cable television, which has been what could be considered an American ‘staple’ has been in our homes since its development in the 1950’s and its more ...
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PPP Forgiveness Checklist 2020

PPP Forgiveness Checklist 2020

Here is a simple checklist to make sure you’ve got your bases covered, so you get your loan 100% forgiven.   Pillar one: Spend at least 75% of the funds on payroll costs Salaries Wages Vacation pay Parental and family leave Medical benefits Sick leave Other health benefits Spend the ...
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With Little Hesitation, Struggling News Outlets Accept Federal Aid

Ravaged by the pandemic, newspapers have taken millions in Paycheck Protection Program loans. Editors and publishers say they see no real conflict of interest. Is it a conflict of interest for news outlets to accept federal money under the Paycheck Protection Program? Will taking government funds cause them to go ...
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A Million N95 Masks Are Coming From China—on Board the New England Patriots’ Plane – Ray Reggie

Wow.  What an amazing, uplifting, and detailed article on last night’s special mission trip to and from China to get much needed PPE (N95 masks) In the USA.   Hats off and much thanks to The Kraft family and The New England Patriots.        New England Patriots - N95 ...
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It’s time for a reset – Raymond Reggie

Reboot your Priorities Reboot your Faith Reboot your Life In these challenging and uncertain times, we are taught to Be Still. In reviewing Psalms 46 (NJKV), importantly, we see that the point of view changes in verse 10, where the voice becomes clearly an echo from God. No longer is ...
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From LSU to Ireland – Ray Reggie

A hard hat that fell into the Mississippi River in 2015 is being mailed back to its owner after being found 4,300 miles away on a beach in Ireland. Liam McNamara, a member of the Burren Shores Beachcombing & More Facebook group, said he found the hat on a beach ...
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Hogs for the Cause 2020 with Raymond Reggie

    We’re turning the corner into prime festival season, and there’s no better way to kick things off than with some mouthwatering good BBQ. Hogs for the Cause returns to the UNO Lakefront Arena March 27-28, 2020 and this year promises to be one of the best yet. Not ...
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