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Sam Rolley

Sam Rolley Staff writer Sam Rolley began a career in journalism working for a small town newspaper while seeking a B.A. in English. After learning about many of the biases present in most modern newsrooms, Rolley became determined to find a position in journalism that would allow him to combat the unsavory image that the news industry has gained. He is dedicated to seeking the truth and exposing the lies disseminated by the mainstream media at the behest of their corporate masters, special interest groups and information gatekeepers. Email this author.


Supercommittee Plays Blame Game

Many supercommittee members spent Sunday making rounds on political talk shows to blame their colleagues on the other side of the aisle for their failure and promising that the automatic spending cuts that will be implemented in 2013 will be monitored closely.

China: Global Economic Recovery Starts At Home

Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan said on Monday that the global economic outlook looks extremely grim, and that China will seek to bolster its own economy as the rest of the world lags behind. He believes an “unbalanced” global recovery is the best way to approach the global financial crises and his country is looking to invest 10 trillion yuan ($1.7 trillion) to spark its own economic growth.

Americans No Longer Feel Exceptional

The idea of American Exceptionalism can be traced back to 1831 when a French writer named Alexis de Tocqueville wrote of Americans’ exceptional circumstances and attitudes and suggested that all democratic nations be held up to the example of America. In a blow to the idea, people in the United States are now less likely than ever to feel culturally superior.

Supercommittee Outcome Likely Un-Super

The 12-member committee, established under a summer budget and debt pact made between President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), has for most of its existence been stalemated as the lawmakers quarrel over where they can find $1.2 trillion to cut from the Federal budget over the next decade. Its deadline is this week.

Chinese Yuan Years From Eclipsing Dollar

As China works to make the yuan more desirable to international investors, its strict domestic capital controls appear to be its biggest hurdle in economically eclipsing the United States. But many economic experts believe that China will gradually change its domestic economic policy over the next few years to draw investors.

Justice Department May Launch Second Lawsuit Against Alabama

Justice Department officials are seeking detailed enrollment information from Alabama schools, after reports that several Hispanic families withdrew their children from public schools as a result of the legislation. Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange has denied the requests and questioned the Federal government’s authority to access such information.

Department Of Labor: Farm Work No Good For Teens

The Department of Labor (DOL) wants to implement new rules that would ban certain farm work for children under the age of 16.

U.S. Buys Used Jets From Brits

Britain retired its Harrier aircraft late last year with much controversy because the measure was part of defense reductions that also cut the aircraft carriers that operated the jets as well as other warships, maritime patrol planes and personnel. The U.S. has bought the entire fleet of Harrier jets.

Obama Administration Wants Guns Off Public Land

The United States Department of the Interior has drafted new legislation that would potentially kick firearms enthusiasts off of millions of acres of public lands in order to keep them from “freaking out” urbanites who like to use the land for hiking and dog walking. The biggest impact of the laws will be to tracts of land situated in the West.

Organization Reports Antibiotic Overuse, Warns Of Consequences

New research indicates that people throughout the United States—especially in the Southeast— heavily overuse antibiotic drugs, which may accelerate the rate at which the drugs become useless as bacteria develop resistance to the medications. According to the research, the consequences of antibiotic overuse create a destructive cycle.

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