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* Robert B. Reich (from the left)
* Cal Thomas (from the right)
* Leonard Pitts Jr. (left)
* Paul Greenberg (right)
* Charles Krauthammer (right)
* Clarence Page (left)
* Thomas Sowell (right)
* Catherine Rampell (middle)
* Michael Gerson (left)
* George Will (right)
* Arianna Huffington (left)
* Eugene Robinson (left)
* L. Brent Bozell III (right)
* E.J. Dionne Jr. (left)
* Dennis Prager (right)
* Mark Shields (left)
* Michelle Malkin (right)
* Patrick Buchanan (right)
* Kathleen Parker (middle)
* Richard Cohen (left)


* NEW: Daily Political Cartoons Digest
* Jeff Danziger (left)
* Marshall Ramsey (left)
* Ken Catalino (right)
* Gary Markstein (left)
* Chris Britt (left)
* Bob Gorrell (right)
* Andy Marlette (left)






LIVE LIKE A BOSS: – From Swirled

Tech It Out
The start of a new year is a great time to get on top of your finances and using a few key apps could make all the difference. From basic money-tracking apps like Mint that teach you the ins and outs of budgeting to more in-depth apps like Ellevest that give you the scoop on investment options and even connect you with a financial planner, getting tech-savvy with your finances can help you get ahead. [Swirled]

Budget Smart
Whether you’ve had extra expenses lately or you overspent on presents for the fam, a few simple tips could rebuild your savings fast. Here’s how to do it: 1) assess how much money you’ve spent recently 2) determine a timeline for getting on track 3) break up your savings into weekly “payments” and 4) identify ways you can cut back on costs. Your savings account will be in great shape before you know it. [Swirled]

Rev Up Your Career
When it comes to interviewing for a new job, the question “Tell me about your strengths and weaknesses” can be a little intimidating. Here’s the trick to answering it right: focus on your weaknesses first and talk about what you’re doing to address them. Then, end by talking about your key strengths. You’ll not only turn a negative into a positive, you’ll also show the hiring manager that you’re totally on top of your game. [PureWow]









Eco-Friendly Eats
Living a more eco-friendly lifestyle might sound a little daunting, but it’s actually pretty easy when it comes to your meals. Opting for free-range meats like turkey or chicken, buying in bulk and drinking local beers are awesome ways to help the environment without sacrificing the quality of your favorite foods. [Swirled]

Meal Hack
Few things are as disappointing as finding out that the loaf of fresh bread you bought yesterday is now rock hard, but did you know that it’s actually super simple to bring your bread back from the dead? Just run your loaf under water for a few seconds and then toss it into the oven for six to eight minutes at 325 degrees. The process might seem a little strange, but you’ll be thrilled with the results. Bread should never go to waste. [Swirled]

45-Minute Recipe
A busy weeknight calls for a simple dinner and this delish dish totally fits the bill. Drizzled with olive oil and packed with veggies and gooey cheese, Greek stuffed chicken is comfort food with a healthy twist. [Delish]