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On March 22, 1765, the British Parliament passed an odious piece of legislation known as the Stamp Act. It imposed a tax on every piece of paper used by colonists in America, including all legal documents, licenses, newspapers and other publications… and even playing cards.
Now that the Nobel Prizewinning President Barack Obama—who campaigned for the White House on fervent opposition to two wars—is leading the United States into a third conflict involving the “Religion of Peace,” perhaps this isn’t the best time to bring this up. However, timing has never been my strong suit.
It was like music to my ears. It was the action statement I have been hoping to hear for decades. The recently created Federal program, the National Prevention, Health Promotion and Public Health Council, released its new “disease prevention strategy.” Read this article to learn about the new program…
The House of Representatives has approved a bill to end Federal funding to National Public Radio (NPR).
Tea Party favorite Sharron Angle will make another bid for Congress next year, but this time she’s aiming for a seat in the House of Representatives.
Libyan officials have declared an immediate ceasefire following a United Nations Security Council resolution calling for a no-fly zone over the embattled country.
The warmongers, neocons (is that redundant?), shills for the military-industrial complex and corporate media talking heads should be pleased. The United Nations has given Obama, Great Britain, France and others a blank check to make war on Libya. Read this article to learn what this means…
An Oregon school bus driver was fired earlier this month because he refused to remove a Confederate flag from the back of his pickup truck. On March 17, he filed a lawsuit against his former employer claiming that the termination is a violation of his free speech rights.
The House of Representatives has approved a three-week spending extension that would fund the Federal government through mid-April. The Senate and President Barack Obama must pass a budget by March 19 in order to avoid a government shutdown.