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When asked about Progressive Insurance, most people think of Flo, the quirky, 1960s-coiffed spokeswoman with the bright red lips. Most of those insured with the company have never even heard of Peter B. Lewis, the man who grew the company from
To some, Theodore Roosevelt was the conservationist wandering through the Yosemite National Park for whom the "Teddy Bear" was named. To others, he was an embodiment of machismo seconded only by Ernest Hemingway
Americans last week experienced a uniquely second world kind of problem: The government felt obligated to lobby to them. The Barack Obama administration promised "
In Italy, as in Greece, Spain and Portugal and eventually France, the welfare-entitlement state has hit a wall. Successive governments on the Continent, right and left, have financed generous entitlements with high taxes and towering piles
For many people, the name Progressive conjures thoughts of the company's perky sales clerk, Flo. In its new brand extension, called The Thread , Progressive introduces consumers to the real company behind its popular, apron-clad icon...An apron is
57 A city that was run, manipulated, and run down by Democrats for decades...Lou , Lakeside, United States, 19/9/2013 07:56 The conservative mayor of Miami has led a 5-year transformation of a city that was undoubtedly on the decline, heading for a
This time around the assault against traditional Jewish values and those whose obedience to strict Torah observance is a group called “Free Israel”. And what is it they would like to free Israel from? They are demanding that the
Put a head on the shoulders of the 70s.Click on the link here for Audio Player – PFM In Concert from Osaka – November 25, 1975PFM
The Plain Dealer Follow on Twitter on June 12, 2013 at 1:30 PM, updated June 12, 2013 at 1:44 PM I'll always be a sucker for ball parks, especially The Jake. (Uh, OK, Progressive Field.) Sure, I take my swipes -- the price of admission, the parking .
The first liberal Democratic president took office exactly 100 years ago this spring. So why aren't contemporary liberals bestowing the same praise on Woodrow Wilson as they lavish on Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson? Granted, if he were running