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Archive for November, 2010

Comedians Mix Humor With A Message Of Unity At DC Rally

Television personalities Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert held their "Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear" on October 30 in Washington, DC, drawing more than 215,000 people to the National Mall.

Lung Transplant Patients Could Add Vitamin D To Their Diet To Improve Their Health

New research suggests that maintaining a nutritional diet could be even more important for patients who need a lung transplant. The study, conducted by scientists at Loyola University Health System, shows that vitamin D deficiency is associated with an increasing number of lung transplant rejections. 

If Republicans Win, What Then?

If actual election-day results confirm conventional wisdom and House — and maybe Senate — Democrat majorities are swept away like yesterday’s trash, Republicans will have every reason to be giddy. Constitutionalists, conservatives and Libertarians, however, should temper their enthusiasm. Read this article to see why… 

Poll: Republicans Ahead In Early Voting, But Election Outcome Still Uncertain

The general election is on Nov. 2, but early voting has already begun across the nation. A new survey has shown that Republican voters have, so far, turned up in slightly higher numbers than those who identify themselves as Democrats. 

Coping With Fear

It doesn’t take a major catastrophe or terrorist attack to put you in a survival situation. It could be as simple an incident as stepping off a hiking trail, losing you way on a hunting trip or taking a wrong turn in your car. Before you know it, you’re lost or stuck and on your own. 

Despite Campaign-Related Violence, Rand Paul Increases Lead Over Democratic Opponent

The libertarian GOP candidate for the Senate in Kentucky, Rand Paul, appears to be leading his opponent Jack Conway into next week’s election. That’s despite the fact that the recent debate between the two candidates was marred by activist violence. 

Obama Says His Policies Are Unpopular Because He Didn’t Advertise Them Enough, But Some Disagree

President Barack Obama said that the widespread criticism surrounding his policies stems from the fact that he didn’t spend enough time selling the legislation to the public. However, Republicans, and many others, say it’s because the policies themselves are ineffective. 

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