No… Some… Most Children Left Behind

22 08 2007

The Bush Administration, like many conservative groups, cares a lot about young lives. From zygotes to embryos to nine-month-old fetuses, Bush ‘n’ friends care a great deal about the well-being of an almost-child. After your born, though, you’d better hope you weren’t born poor.

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Congress Approval Rating Matches Historical Low – Just 18% approve

22 08 2007

A new Gallup Poll finds Congress’ approval rating the lowest it has been since Gallup first tracked public opinion of Congress with this measure in 1974. Just 18% of Americans approve of the job Congress is doing, while 76% disapprove, according to the August 13-16, 2007, Gallup Poll.
Will dissatisfied voters elect the other party next go round? One can only hope. There is something seriously flawed with the current system as politicians obviously no longer represent their constituents…

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Dick Cheney Once Again Claims He Isn’t Part Of Executive Branch

22 08 2007

Another bizarre claim from the VP. How low will we allow him before giving him the boot? This indifference is BIZARRE.

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Senator Threatens to Charge White House With Contempt

22 08 2007

Senator Patrick J. Leahy threatened to pursue contempt charges against the White House over its response to a subpoena for documents on a surveillance program.

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Could The U.S. National Debt Be Used As An Economic Weapon Against US

22 08 2007

At a time of global financial instability, the Bush administration has started to worry that funds held by foreign governments could destabilize markets, FINALLY!!!

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Rare dead star found near Earth

22 08 2007

The Little Dipper makes headlines: Astronomers have spotted a space oddity in Earth’s neighborhood: a dead star with some unusual characteristics.

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“The War On Drugs Cannot Be Won”: Drug Expert Makes A Case For Legalization

22 08 2007

A “drugfree world,” which the United Nations describes as a realistic goal, is no more attainable than an “alcoholfree world”–and no one has talked about that with a straight face since the repeal of Prohibition in the United States in 1933.

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