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Girls as young as 12 would be able to receive the “HPV Vaccine” in the latest round of legislation that California Governor Jerry Brown has signed in the past several days.
The Tea Party has denounced all initial comparisons that try to claim that the movement is similar to the Occupy Wall Street protests that have acquired the media spotlight over the past several weeks.
Despite several appeals from President Barack Obama, the Democrat-led Senate rejected the $447 billion jobs-stimulus proposal on Tuesday.
A government regulator is set to announce that it is backing off some proposals for voluntary food marketing guidelines.
The accused underwear bomber pleaded guilty Wednesday to eight criminal charges, including conspiring to commit an act of terrorism, in his second day of trial. Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab read from a statement saying he was guilty under U.S. law, but not under Islamic law, of the charges.
It strikes me that as long as the race card remains in the American socioeconomic deck, liberals will play it like they were splitting a pair of aces at a Vegas blackjack table. If you’re looking for the face of true targets of racism, 2011-style, look no further than GOP Presidential candidate Herman Cain.
Two recent polls show former Godfather’s Pizza CEO Herman Cain and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney ahead of other candidates but neck and neck with one another when it comes to preference among likely 2012 GOP primary voters.
The Senate has voted in favor of legislation to punish China for keeping its currency undervalued against the U.S. dollar.
Despite President Barack Obama’s repeated recommendations that Congress “pass this bill,” Senate Republicans united against the President to ensure that what they have called a rehashing of his previous stimulus attempts died on the Senate floor.
In a roundtable-style debate Tuesday night at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, the 2012 GOP Presidential primary candidates were given a chance to highlight their economic ideas and opinions. Some recurring themes among the candidates were evident over the course of the debate.