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At last a representative that can keep up with our future!

Let’s Move! is a comprehensive initiative, launched by the First Lady, dedicated to solving the problem of obesity within a generation, so that children born today will grow up healthier and able to pursue their dreams.

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Seniors can go a hunting too you know: Antler restrictions can help hunters

Regardless of your personal feelings, on this subject, there’s one thing we can all do to improve hunter success and satisfaction: Get rid of the poachers. Report the road-hunters, night shooters and all other violators to the authorities.

Hunting is for hunters, not criminals. Set high ethical standards for yourself and all members of your hunting party and enjoy the great privilege of hunting.

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What Muhammad Ali means to me, by President Obama

We admire the man who has never stopped using his celebrity for good — the man who helped secure the release of 14 American hostages from Iraq in 1990; who journeyed to South Africa upon Nelson Mandela’s release from prison; who has traveled to Afghanistan to help struggling schools as a United Nations Messenger of Peace; and who routinely visits sick children and children with disabilities around the world, giving them the pleasure of his presence and the inspiration of his example.

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Generational Connections

Saturday morning my grandma Krause called me at 8:30 a.m. (note: she is in Wisconsin so it was 7:30 a.m. there) to see if I watched the Milwaukee Brewers game last night because Randy Wolf pitched a complete-game shutout. I had to break it to her that I didn’t watch the game, but I did receive updates as it was happening.

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A century-old tradition of soccer sprung from a mining town that belongs to history.

In old Beadling, the mine worked six days. Sunday mornings were for church. Sunday afternoons were given to sports. There were only two: baseball in the summer and soccer-serious soccer-the rest of the year. A hodgepodge of nationalities were divided by a half-dozen languages and cultures. Their common bond was a game.

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