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Op-Ed: Georgia redneck says 'Muslin' running US 'gov'mint'

Waycross - I bumped into an, ahem, gentleman the other day and he knew I wrote for Digital Journal, so he asked for a chance to tell his story. I said OK, which may have been a mistake. The reader will have to judge for his-or herself.
In the Media by Barry Ellsworth - 46 comments

US atheists start PAC to elect nonreligious candidates

Washington - Nonreligious Americans have started a political action committee (PAC) with the goal of electing like-minded, free-thinking candidates.
In the Media by Brett Wilkins - 9 comments

Op-Ed: Israeli American joint missile wargames in the Med

Damascus - Early Tuesday Russia Today carried a brief breaking news report that Russia's radar had detected the use of ballistic missiles in the eastern Mediterranean region. All that was known was that the missiles had fallen short of landmass.
In the Media by Eileen Kersey - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Syrian crisis — UK parliament recalled, warplanes sent to Cyprus

London - As Country Joe Fish's anti-Vietnam anthem loops around this bloggers' brain it looks like one, two three once again we could be off to war. This time the target is Syria.
In the Media by Eileen Kersey

John McCain on IRS Special Counsel: 'We Ought to Wait and See'

During his Monday appearance on the TODAY show, U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) hinted that a “select committee may be called” to look into whether the White House was involved in the recent IRS scandal.
In the Media by Jessica Geyer - 4 comments

Senator Mark Kirk helps same-sex marriage take the next step

GOP members are known to be conservative people, and most notably the senators that represent the party are just as conservative as the next. Senator Mark Kirk becomes an exception to that connotation.
In the Media by Jonathan Nguyen

Disagreement among U.S. Senators on immigration deal

Immigration reform has been a hot and touchy topic as of late. Some of the key senators are about ready to call an end to the debate over the bipartisan plan; however, some senators say that it would only signify the beginning of a lengthy process.
In the Media by Jonathan Nguyen - 1 comment

U.S. farmers face immigration issues hindering work for many

Products that we consume in the U.S. are most likely the result of the work of farmers or guest workers. These products are made at a low cost and often times sold as so. However, people do not realize the costly factors involved.
In the Media by Jonathan Nguyen

John Kerry on unannounced visit to Iraq as US influence fades

Baghdad - US Secretary of State John Kerry has arrived in Iraq on a previously unannounced visit for talks with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. The visit comes just days after the tenth anniversary of the controversial invasion to topple Saddam Hussein.
In the Media by Karl Gotthardt - 11 comments

Op-Ed: Nancy Pelosi questions value of Keystone XL pipeline to US

Washington - During a luncheon with House Republicans President Obama indicated that a decision on the Keystone XL pipeline would be made soon. On Thursday House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi said that she questions the value of the pipeline to the US.
In the Media by Karl Gotthardt - 38 comments
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Rolling Roll Call of the States

I have been waiting forever to write this fun article. God willing and the creek don’t rise (thanks to possible...
Aug 25, 2012 by Kim Tutt

American political crafts of policy ambiguity, other agendas and freedom to corrupt the Constitution

All Americans have done it when they were young. When they were at school and every morning before class, school kids...
Apr 2, 2012 by Bill Jencks - 2 comments

FDA Scientists Feel Political and Industry Pressure

The Union of Concerned Scientists (USC) issued the results of a survey of 977 Food and Drug Administration scientists....
Mar 20, 2012 in  New Science by Tim Sandle

What's Morals Got To Do With It?

So, right off the bat: I'm a liberal. Totally anti-war, totally pro-choice, pro-legalization of all drugs. You know. I...
Mar 2, 2012 by Layne Weiss - 3 comments

Debate Schedule

The next G.O.P candidacy debate is on tomorrow in Iowa. Video can be streamed on CitizenLink.com The following debate...
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