ALL NATIONS BOTH WOMEN AND MEN HAVE TO LEARN NOW TO SHARE WEALTH - Share this

ALL NATIONS BOTH WOMEN AND MEN HAVE TO LEARN NOW TO SHARE WEALTH

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U.S. Army is making changes to a century-old piece of hardware

(CNN)For the first time in 40 years, the U.S. Army is making changes to a century-old piece of hardware, dog tags, the identification implements that hang around each soldier's neck. For a low-tech thing like the aluminum dog tag, the reason for the change is decidedly high-tech, the threat of identity theft. On the new dog tags, the service member's Social Security number will be replaced with a randomly-generated, 10-digit Department of Defense identification number. Read more

Packaging girlhood and boyhood is more than a $150.00 Barbie Doll for Boys

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Packaging girlhood and boyhood

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