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Teachers are ‘heroes’ and saved numerous lives in Conn. At least 26 people are dead, 18 of them children, after a deadly shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. Friday morning. According to officials, the 20-year-old gunman is dead at the scene. Another man was detained after he was found in the nearby woods wearing camouflage. Despite the horror of the shooting, with children witnessing their teachers being shot, some moments of heroism are beginning to be told. Read More
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Ken Budd Talks About His Book THE VOLUNTOURIST
About The Author:
Ken Budd is an award-winning writer and editor whose writing credits include Smithsonian, Stuff, the Washington Post, AARP: The Magazine, McSweeney’s, Modern Humorist, and, Worldview, the magazine of the Peace Corps. Ken lives in Burke, Virginia, near Washington, D.C., with his wife.
THE VOLUNTOURIST is a wry, funny, and heartbreakingly honest memoir that will inspire you, captivate you, and linger in your mind a long after you’ve turned the last page.
Ken Schortgen of The Daily Economist joins us for Fridays Economic Round Up.
Ken Schortgen joins The Angel Clark Show every Friday from 5 – 7pm EST.
As a historian in his primary field of study, and an investor in the real world, Kenneth has a keen perspective on all facets of the financial world. He has owned his own business and corporation, and has been an investor in many different markets such as securities, real estate, currency trading, and international trusts. His desire is to provide you with the true understanding of markets and the economy, and to give you the information that will help you make your own decisions in these troubling, and quite often, fascinating times regarding your economic decisions. Kenneth is not a certified financial advisor, and his only goal is to give you true information, by which you can see things as they happen, and in many cases, before they happen. http://www.examiner.com/finance-examiner-in-national/kenneth-schortgen-jr
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