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Side by side photos of Jeremy Fitzgerald and the victim

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Child welfare workers have taken custody of the boy who was left at a Goodwill drop-off. The child was left with a change of clothes and a note that said: “child abandoned… no phone number for mom.”

In a complaint filed on Thursday in Memphis Federal Court, the FBI accused Jeremy Fitzgerald and his girlfriend, Turlisca Turner, of taking the child from Memphis to Mississippi. The boy’s mother, Antoinette Smith, told agents that Fitzgerald took her child after she refused to work for him as a prostitute in Nashville.

Fitzgerald and Turner have both been apprehended and are facing federal kidnapping charges.


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What can you expect from the stock market just before the Christmas holiday?

Investors will be focusing on how Tesla’s much-anticipated entry into the S&P 500 is impacting that index.

And then, as 2020 comes to a close, investors will be focusing on the year ahead.

“The January 5th runoff in Georgia is an important event for the market, and right now it’s close. It’s important because of the consequences. The expectations are if the Democrats win, the market will sell-off,” said Prudential Financial’s Qunicy Krosby.

What are economists forecasting for 2021 so far, and what else is on the economic calendar next week?


How to utilize the 80/20 rule for productivity

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Very few of us take the time to figure out how our efforts translate into results. Are we wasting a ton of effort on things that won’t impact our overall results? That’s where the 80/20 rule can help you better understand the direct connection between your actions and their outcomes.

At its core, the 80/20 rule states that 80% of your results or outcomes are determined by 20% of your efforts. In other words, the vast majority of your results are driven by a small percentage of your efforts.

By utilizing this method, you can pinpoint which efforts contribute to more of your end results, thereby making you even more productive! If you’re ready to try it out, read on!


If you’re looking for additional ways to boost your immune system, try incorporating some healthy snacks into your diet.

Sliced apples with peanut butter is a great go-to healthy snack that can also help boost your immune system. Peanut butter has high doses of manganese and zinc, both of which are important for building up your immune system. The skin on apples has quercetin, which helps reduce your risk for infection.

Beef jerky is surprisingly good for your immune system since it is rich in zinc. Beef has been shown to reduce inflammation and shorten the duration of the common cold. What other snacks can give your immune system a boost?


 ''Poor Richard's Almanack'' first hit the press

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Benjamin Franklin is a name that has gone down in history. But one of his greatest successes was actually written under his favorite pseudonym, Richard Saunders.

On December 19, 1732, Poor Richard’s Almanack first hit the press. And once it arrived, it was a staple for the next 25 years.

It was filled with curious facts and information, calendars, weather predictions, sayings and proverbs, and a whole lot more.

Franklin considered it a vehicle of instruction for common people who could not afford books, a literature for the masses. Almanacs were the most read secular books in the colonies.

Stay Informed,


Rex Jackson

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