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WELCOME TO THE CURRENT EVENTS EDUCATIONAL MAGAZINE!

For the first time in your life, you’ll comprehend current events in real time.

You’ll have your foot in the door of timely international knowledge. Our world’s important events shall unfold before your eyes, instantly.

You’ll be educating yourself through entertainment. Enjoying award winning colorful cartoons, responsible analysis, minimal text.

This daily magazine is the Trojan Horse of teaching current events. The good cartoon is our charging stallion. You won’t even feel that you’re studying.

You’ll study events while they’re actually happening. Sometimes you’ll know about events before they happen – this magazine is very well connected and informed.

Our team is made of top editors, seasoned journalists, Nobel Laureates, educators - an advisory board of personalities who are leaders in their fields.

We’re using sharp, comprehensive news-cartoons since you don’t have time to read lengthy articles that will reach you days, or even weeks, after an event happened. 

The average time it takes you to read a good article in the New York Times or Wall Street Journal is about twelve minutes.  The time you’ll invest in comprehending a clever cartoon will be twelve seconds – with twelve additional seconds for chuckling.

Day after day, your computer will deliver our daily cartoon (or our daily entertainment) in our politically balanced manner:  We have the best cartoonists from all colors of the political spectrum, telling you as it is. 

Should the cartoon tilt too much one way, our own text (no more than 50-80 words) will alert you to it.

You will learn that learning is real fun.  And very  rewarding.

Oh Yes:  We forgot to mention the bribe … the chuckle. 

Also, the kickback:  the whole thing will take you no more than a few seconds per day.

Last, but not least, the sweetener: your total costs will be one dollar a month.

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Our motto is: “Commemorate Nos, Et Commemorabimini”(from Latin:  “Quote us, and you will be quoted”).