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Ignoring the net 
of economic reality (access required)

RALEIGH — North Carolina’s commercial fishermen have an image problem. You wouldn’t know it from the rhetoric coming from one of the primary groups that represents them, the North Carolina Fisheries Association. But since last winter, all up and down ...

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How I spent my summer vacation (access required)

I have fond memories of writing paragraphs during the first week of early grade school about how I spent my summer vacation. You do, too. After I got my business cards printed, vacations got shorter. Over the years they dropped ...

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The golden ticket is within your grasp (access required)

Who is Roald Dahl? He wrote “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” in 1964. You may have seen “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory,” the original starring Gene Wilder, or “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” the darker version (not dark chocolate) ...

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The gold rush is on again but beware of scams (access required)

Dear Mr. Berko: You’ve written several cautionary articles about selling gold but nothing about buying gold. I’m considering investing $35,000 in gold coins or bullion and would appreciate your opinion of Goldline International, which is touted by Glen Beck. If ...

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