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  1. What causes politicians or governments to begin "pork barrel" spending?

    Find out how politicians and special interest groups siphon taxpayer money into pork barrel spending projects, and why taxpayers ...
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    As long as the black market has buyers, thieves will find a way to steal even the ...
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    These movie and TV props are some of the coolest, and most expensive, you can buy. ...
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  5. 6 Shockingly Dangerous Jobs

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    These 20 and 30-something heiresses are active socialites, businesswomen, investors, ...
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