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Eating Good Carbohydrates for Optimum Health

December 27, 2012

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Dr Terry Shintani has been sharing for years, how easy it is to eat more and weigh less, does this sounds impossible?? Maybe, but he has shown and has taught others how to do just that, with his Good Carbohydrates Revolution Diet, Dr Shintani proves you can, “eat more and weigh less.”  He shares that the […]

The need for opportunities of Capital & Liquidity for Women Veterans in Business

December 21, 2012

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It’s essential to not only for our US Economy but globally, that we create opportunities of Capital & Liquidity for Women Veterans in Business. With the end of 2012 right around the corner and more than half a decade since the fiscal debacles of Wall street and the global banking crisises spiralled the monetary and business […]

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton talks about Human Rights

December 8, 2012

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As Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton highlighted our global progress, she also talked about the critical need of removing obstacles & uplifting Women Globally. The Secretary of State shared in her recent speech in Dublin Ireland that “Human rights cannot be disconnected from other priorities. They are inextricably linked with all of the goals […]

Creating global engagement for Women Entreprenuers to lead the way in all markets & sectors

December 8, 2012

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Article by Tina Quizon “Human rights cannot be disconnected from other priorities. They are inextricably linked with all of the goals we strive for in our countries and around the world, ” was the reminder from the U. S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton in her speech to a captive international audience in Dublin […]

The unfair & injustice treatment of people of minorities in our U.S. legal justice system

December 3, 2012

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This interview was filmed on location in Seattle WA at the Law offices of one of the prominent Attorneys in the state of Washington for criminal defense, upholding justice and defending Civil rights of individuals – Mr. John Kannin. Do we engage in personal and social responsibility to care for each other, and in our […]