OP-ED: What is market manipulation?

Editor Note: This is the third and final part of a three-part op-ed regarding money. You can check out the first part and second part of this op-ed series here. In the previous two columns, I explored what constitutes something as money and why there is an interest rate. I also briefly explored the history…

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Five crucial tips to help ensure safety on the Web

In our modern age, we often take cybersecurity for granted. The browsers we use typically keep pages encrypted and our information safe, making us think that we are not vulnerable to cyber-attacks. However, there are many ways that your computer is vulnerable while searching the web. To help you understand how to take proper precautions…

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OP-ED: Free federal money costs us too much

It’s easier to sell cotton candy than it is to sell broccoli to somebody, but the broccoli is better for you, and the same thing with a limited government.– Marco Rubio When our state governors and lawmakers talk about budgets, they seldom tell us the whole truth. Politicians discuss the budget in terms of what…

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