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Presidential Appointment Powers Must be Limited Soon

By now, everyone pretty much agrees that President Obama overstepped his boundaries and constitutional authorization back on January 4th, 2012. Don’t remember what happened that day? It was when he gave the head of the Consumer Financial Bureau, Richard Cordray a recess appointment. All of this eventually led to recent, troubling events. Cordray, who despite his job title is still simply a private citizen, has issued lots of potentially game-changing decisions on the part of the CFPB. In the case of State National Bank of Big Springs v. Lew, the judge said that Cordray was able to wave around a “magic wand” to help retroactively make his actions the law of the land. So then, the decision to grant recess to Cordray, and to ultimately keep him in a place of artificially inflated authority, has eroded the Constitution’s very direct instructions that limit the appointment powers of the President of the United States and will likely set a precedent that future presidents will adhere to.…
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Holiday Spending Is Down This Year for the Average American

Many Americans have been working on cutting back this year and making their budget stretch farther. There is no difference when it comes to the holiday season. This year, many Americans are planning on spending less this holiday season than they have in the past. A new poll has been released by Gallop that shows us the average American consumer is planning on spending $82 less this holiday season than they did last year. Last year the average American planned on spending around $770, but actually ended up spending &786. This year however they are only expected to spend $704. 57 percent of the consumers who were asked said they did plan to spend the same amount this holiday season as they did last year. A total of 26 percent said that they plan to spend less this year, while and entire 15 percent, however, said that they are planning on spending more this holiday season. In 2010 and 2011 the sales in November and…
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Drones Could Replace Pizza Delivery People

Most people love pizza and many of us love to have it delivered to our doors. It is something that has been around for a while now and most of us never really think about it. Now the people who deliver those pizzas could soon find themselves being replaced by drones. Domino’s Pizza is the company that is leading the way in this new technology driven way of delivering pizza. They have hired a creative agency that is called T + Biscuits. What T + Biscuits is supposed to do is test whether or not it is possible to have an octocopter drone deliver a pizza to the customer’s door that is hot and fresh. The current prototype is called the Domicopter. Currently the Domicopter is capable of delivering two large pizzas in ten minutes as long as it is in a four mile radius. This is a good start. Being able to do this means if they continue to work at it they will…
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Why You Should Consider a Fast Cash Advance

The time will likely come when you find yourself in need of some cash and in a very short period of time. When this is the case, a Fast Cash Advance is exactly what you need. These Instant Payday Loans have benefited many who find themselves with a personal finance crisis and there are a number of benefits to be had when using these Cash Loans. If you have never made use of a Fast Cash Loan before, here are some of the top reasons you should consider doing so the next time you find yourself in need of cash fast. Security When you request a Fast Cash Advance online, your personal information will be kept safe when a reputable lender is used. Look for various seals at the top of the page. This may be a Truste seal, a McAfee seal or a VeriSign one. These seals let you know that the site runs daily tests to ensure the security of their clients is…
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