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Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 28, 2013
Absolute Rights, the fastest growing news and opinion site on the web, has issued the most recent edition of its Digital Newsletter, including popular articles now featured on AbsoluteRights.com.
The main article of the Newsletter was contributed by Michael R. Shannon and investigated the value behind the History Channel’s new miniseries focusing on the Bible. Shannon’s opinion is that the show leave a lot to be desired, and is possibly sending the wrong messages.
“As the program is structured it appeals to Christians who know the Bible or think they know it, yet it answers no questions and puts nothing in perspective for the curious viewer who wants to learn more about the Good Book. In fact, the program runs a very real risk of alienating those viewers,” wrote Shannon.
The article has already garnered a great amount of discussion in the comments section, and is generating more opinion sharing by readers.
The following Newsletter article comes from new contributor Tony Fiorillo, President and CE of Asset Management Strategies, Inc. Fiorillo asks the question, “Will Cyprus affect your investments?”
“In the course of working with individual investors on a daily basis, I often explore this question in conversations and it can lead to extremes,” wrote Fiorillo. “If Cyprus isn’t the end or the next politically produced economic calamity doesn’t bring the system completely down and you’re not quite to the point of a backyard asset graveyard, yet you do have credible concerns without having an exit strategy, trend following might be the solution.”
The next article in the Newsletter, contributed by Brent Dickerson, takes a look at the three questions commonly used to thwart an argument from the liberal left.
“We know that life is unfair, and no matter how fair we try to make it, it will never be equitable for everyone, but that does not stop the socialist progressives from attempting it,” wrote Dickerson in the article. “Americans find themselves at the top of the World’s socio-economic pyramid, but we still find ways to complain about our dissatisfaction with things in life.”
The final Newsletter article was written by Ed Farnan and zooms in on the recent news from the CBS show “Amazing Race.” Apparently while filming in Vietnam, the show depicted some anti-American scenes, seemingly oblivious to the impact it could have on patriots and Vietnam veterans.
In Dickerson’s opinion, “instead of a friendly view into a culture and country that is trying to mend ways with America and establish trade relations, it was an opportunity to assault America with communist propaganda.”
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