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by Clip Syndicate
 
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by Paul Fitzgerald for America's Backbone Weekly
 
Start the year off on the right foot with a strategic budget plan that will allow you better mange your finances and have a more lucrative year.   [READ MORE]
Precious Metals 1-27-2017
by Clip Syndicate
 
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The Dow Jones industrial average closed over 20,000 for the first time ever Wednesday.   [READ MORE]
 
Tonight in Biloxi members of the Harrison County Republicans Club celebrated the inauguration of President Donald Trump. News 25’s Hank Davis was there and caught up with members to talk about what it means to finally have Trump in the White House. “So, help me God.” With those words, Donald Trump’s time as president of the United States begins after running one of the most unconventional campaigns of all time. While some Americans have taken to the streets to protest, others couldn’t be happier about a Trump presidency. Tonight a group in Biloxi assembled to celebrate one of the most controversial elections in American history. Harrison County Republican Club President Phil Harding said, “What a breath of fresh air. It’s finally time that somebody spoke the truth and spoke it plainly. We’ve had too much political correctness for far too long.” Harrison County Republican Club Founding Member Pete Wilson said, “He is going to repeal Obamacare. He’s going to work on the tax code and simplify and reduce taxes. I think he going to strengthen the military. These are things that we, as Republicans, want.” Harrison County Republican Club member Michele Clarke said, “He is going to put America first. He’s gonna help business. He is gonna help real estate and that’s gonna be his focus. He has invested interest in it and I don’t have a problem with that because that is what makes America great.” Joff Clarke is a member of the Harrison County Republicans Club. He says that in 2015, he became an American citizen after living in our country for twenty years just so he could vote for Donald Trump. “That is a tremendous process, becoming an American meant the absolute world to me. I felt enormously confident that Donald Trump is going to take us in a new direction. I’m proud to be someone that America allowed to be an American and I love his immigration policies because you shouldn’t just let everyone in. someone should want to come into this country and when they become an American they should have tremendous pride in being an American.”   [READ MORE]
 
Arrington: 'We've Got To Do Something' About Obamacare   [READ MORE]
 
 
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