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January's Unemployment Report Was A Snow Job
Larry Kudlow:

The January employment report was a complete snow job. Abominable winter blizzards across the country caused 886,000 workers to report "not at work due to bad weather," according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This is 600,000 more than the normal 300,000 not at work for the average January of the past decade. ... more

Green Jobs Are Not Evergreen Jobs
Debra J. Saunders:

After receiving at least $43 million in aid from the state of Massachusetts, Evergreen Solar announced last month that it would be closing its manufacturing plant in Devens, Mass., laying off its 800 workers and moving its manufacturing operations to China. ... more

"Hi, I'm California, And I'm Addicted to Spending
Austin Hill:

Imagine -California emerges from its' state of denial, and admits that it is addicted to government spending. And then, after acknowledging its' addiction, envision the government of California coming to believe that a power greater than itself (the private sector) could restore its' sanity. ... more

You Say Shah, I Say Sharia
David Stokes:

As Egypt continues its lurch toward dystopia and while the rest of the world watches, there are a couple of stories from history that should be remembered. ... more

Keys to Reagan's Effectiveness
Janice Shaw Crouse:

Former President Ronald Reagan's centennial is just around the corner--February 6, the date of this year's Super Bowl Sunday. It is appropriate to review some of the reasons for his greatness. ... more

Money + Playbook = 2012 Seats
Salena Zito:

"It sucked, it sucked, and it was terrific." That's a remarkably blunt answer to a question posed to Republican pollster Neil Newhouse about the GOP's generic-ballot poll numbers in the last three congressional election cycles. ... more

America the Conservative?
Steve Chapman:

If you want proof that America is a conservative country, Ronald Reagan provides it. ... more

The game as it is played
Paul Jacob:

In politics, the spitball ain't off limits. ... more

Why Are You Connected to Human Traffickers?
Kevin McCullough:

When it comes to your own personal beliefs about slavery, human trafficking, and the exploitation of children, do you realize that you are involved in those practices? ... more

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Japan's emerging gymnast to compete at California Classic, March 4-6

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Japan's new gymnastics heroine to compete at California Classic, March 4-6

Gymnast Mai Murakami - Coach Yukio Iketani

Emerging gymnast Mai Murakami, 14-year-old, and her coach Yukio Iketani, Japan's former male Olympic medalist.


Japan's new gymnastics heroine Mai Murakami, 14-year-old, will compete at the 2011 California Classic Gymnastics Invitational from March 4-6. This gymnastics competition will be hosted by the Southern California Elite Gymnastics Academy and it's booster club Temecula Valley Gymnastics Association. The competition will be held at Soka University, 1 University Drive, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656.


Mai Murakami of the Iketani Yukio Gymnastics Club in Tokyo is currently in Japan's medal spotlight after qualifying with top scores at the All Japan Tournament (similar to the US Nationals).


Mai is coached by Japan's former male Olympic Medalist (Seoul and Barcelona), Yukio Iketani.


During the three day event, there will be approximately 600 gymnasts including three teams from Japan, the Sapporo Gymnastics Federation, Yamanashi Junior Gymnastics Club, and the Iketani Yukio Gymnastics Club.


For more information call Yumi Stone at (808) 381-7248 or email yumi_a_stone@hotmail.com.

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