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Kathryn Reynolds

Citizen based in Barstow, CA, United States. Joined on Jun 23, 2008


Car Dealerships or Lemon Aide Stands

Around 1995 some of America’s biggest car dealer chains, Asbury Automotive, Auto Nation and Lithia Motors, went public with big payoffs to investors, having doubled their value since 2003.

Bigger Kids Want To Be Cool Too

Merrill Guerra once approached shopping for her over-weight daughter with great pessimism. In her city of Ypsilanti, Michigan.

Obama Furious Over Press Attack on Michelle

Democratic Presidential Nominee Barack Obama rode to the defense of his wife Michelle like a modern day “Knight in Shining Armour.”

California Allows Homeowners To Buy 'Green' Insurance

If you haven’t heard “green” rolling off the lips of businessmen and politicians lately, you’ve probably been vacationing on Mars.

Kids Will Be Kids, Even In the White House

Whether it's Obama’s two young girls or McCain’s older children, the next “kid invasion” of the White House will be witness to an ongoing view into experiences other children can only dream of.

Protesters for Animal Rights Bite Back at Researchers

In the hills behind California’s Berkeley campus, nine protesters, with their head covered, gathered in front of the home of a toxicology professor. One placed a bullhorn to his lips and announced; “Your neighbour kills animals

California’s Death Penalty; Law in Print, Not in Reality

The California Commission on the Fair Administration of Justice (CCFJ) issued a 117-page report, exposing a “dysfunctional” death penalty system that has accumulated the biggest backlog of cases in the nation.

'Schwarzenegger Cuts Taxes to Entice Tesla'

Thanks to a new tax break, Tesla, an electric car manufacturer, will continue to produce its environmentally friendly technology in California.

Is Hollywood's 'Walk of Fame' Stepping Towards India?

For many decades the name Hollywood has been synonymous with film making and the home of the stars. The name, itself, is magical. One tends to conjure up thoughts of people bigger than life.

Texas Water Baron Seeks Billions

In 1971, oilman T. Boone Pickens bought property in Roberts County located in an out of the way corner of the Texas Panhandle. The county consists of nine-hundred and twenty-four square miles, home to less than nine-hundred people.

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