The Gift of Communication

We go to school to learn. The objective is that we prepare ourselves for life as adults. Think about it for a few seconds…what is the single most important skill you learned throughout your schooling? If we think honestly about it, the single most relied upon skill that we use …

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COD – Doubling Down re: No-bid Contracts

DuPage Co. (ECWd) – Executive Director Brod made some pretty amazing claims in response to a candidate’s comments during the recent COD Meeting. It appears articles published 3 months ago are going to create quite a problem for these public officials who either can’t read, don’t read, or are completely …

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Want to save money on your electric/Natural Gas bill or get it for free?

If you’re looking for long-term residual income with a reputable real company.. this is your chance!! I am a Marketing Consultant with Ambit Energy, and I would be happy to share to you about the Ambit opportunity.  I would like for you to watch the short 15 minute videos on …

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COD- “Stop Bleeding Money”

There is nothing better than direct communication on matters so the big picture gets painted for all to see.  I received a great e-mail today from Nadia Tilkian, Executive Chef at the Waterleaf in response to this article.  Thank you Ms. Tilkian for contacting me. COD- “Stop Bleeding Money”

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COD- When is enough, enough?

DuPage Co. (ECWd) – Oh how the dots keep connecting! Can anyone explain why the taxpayers of District 502 should be paying for Breuders dinners at the private restaurant, Barrington Country Bistro, which is owned by the very manager of the Waterleaf? Read more of this post

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Fiverr just created a miracle for a blind man.

Austin Grace has been blind since birth. I actually met him while working in my computer store in Florida several years back. He was on a swing with his laptop, and the laptop decided to explore the rules of gravity on its own. He pretty much destroyed his screen, and …

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Measles cluster at Palatine day care center

Officials: ‘More cases’ expected in measles cluster at Palatine day care center By Bonnie Miller Rubin and Michelle Manchir Chicago Tribune Cook County health officials said Thursday that the public should expect more measles cases to emerge from a cluster associated with a Palatine day care center after five children …

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Cop Who Killed 95-Year-Old Over Refusal of Medical Treatment Found Not Guilty

World War II vet died after being hit with five bean bag rounds by Paul Joseph Watson | February 5, 2015 The police officer who killed 95-year-old World War II veteran John Wrana Jr. for refusing medical treatment was acquitted yesterday of reckless conduct, the only charge he had faced …

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