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Bush tax cut deal: the more you earn the more you benefit

Coverage of the Bush tax cut deal proposed by the Obama administration this week has focused on tax cuts for the rich. But the tax compromise contains other provisions that would benefit ordinary Americans, depending on how well off they are. Economists are praising the deal as a stimulus package once thought impossible after the

Christine O’Donnell and other Tea Party candidates inch closer

As the November 2010 elections draw closer, a lot of people are fixated on the candidates that align themselves with the Tea Party movement. Candidates allied with or expressed members of the Tea Party bloc are gaining steam. Christine O’Donnell recently won the Delaware Republican Primary for the pending Delaware Senate Election, defeating longtime representative
Bill Sparkman was the census worker hanged in the Daniel Boone National Forest. (Photo: Wikipedia.org)

Census Worker Hanged, Southern Chestnuts Roasting

The word “fed” was written on his chest We cannot give fringe elements of society legitimacy. Whoever killed Bill Sparkman – the census worker hanged in rural Kentucky’s Daniel Boone National Forest – needs to be brought to justice and dealt with as a highly disturbed individual. He or she does not represent any sort
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Third time is no charm as Rossi concedes to Patty Murray

Patty Murray has won the election for the open Senate seat for Washington State. Late in the evening of Thursday, Nov.4, Dino Rossi conceded the race. The vote count was close, but this was hardly unfamiliar territory. Dino Rossi previously lost two very close races to Christine Gregoire in gubernatorial elections in the Evergreen State.
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Obama Picks Regina Benjamin to Be Surgeon General

In times of trouble, it takes resiliency and determination to pick up the pieces of a shattered existence and rebuild it better than it was before. If you have budget problems, a cash advance or cash loan can help you avoid danger and begin to rebuild your credit in the process. When it comes to
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Corporate politics and spending

Currently, the global economy is ruled by corporations. In fact, this is what is referred to as the Corporate Hegemony of the 21st Century. The influence and reach of corporations extend to every corner of society. They are able to shape every facet of society, and they have ties to every power structure and institution
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Congressman Christopher Lee resigns amid Craigslist scandal

Christopher Lee has resigned as congressman because of a leaked photo, which he had sent to a woman he met on Craigslist. Lee is a Republican congressman from New York and in the middle of his second term. He announced his resignation seemingly to head off a scandal before it got out of hand. False
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Yes, you really can get fast cash loans online!

Yes, you really can get Online Loans or Personal Installment Loans today. If you have an emergency expense, fast bucks can be yours. These quick loans are easy to get and easy to pay back; everything is done online, from requesting, putting funds into your account and paying the loan back. The loan funds are
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“Deadly Doctors” Column Exposes Obamacare (Pt .1)

Policing deadly doctors The battle over health care reform is making monkeys out of people on both sides of the political fence. There are thugs who make it their business to scream, bluster and whine in the most bellicose way possible so that people interested in intelligent debate are drowned out. There are others (even
Multiple posters of smiling Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad posted on the side of a building. His cult of personality continues to stand defiantly against the majority of the world when it comes to uses of nuclear power.

Ahmadinejad laughs at U.S. sanctions on potential nukes

When it comes to U.S. sanctions on nuclear weapons, human rights violations or anything else, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has heard it all before. According to Iranian online news website PressTV, Ahmadinejad is prepared to simply “shrug off” any American threats of economic penalty. This time around, it’s over the claim that Iran is developing
South African runner Caster Semenya awaits the official time for her race.

UPDATE: Tests confirm Caster Semenya is a woman, can compete

After an interminable barrage of gender verification tests by the International Association of Athletics Federations, South Africa’s Caster Semenya has finally been approved to resume the practice of her career of choice. It only took 11 months for the IAAF to determine whether Caster was a man or a woman, and throughout the trying ordeal,
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Florida Rep Alan Grayson goes down swinging … at Democrats

Former Democratic Congressman Alan Grayson tried to beat the Republicans at their own game in the midterm election and lost. He made a name for himself in his single term as a U.S. rep from Florida by trying to match right wing extremists with unabashed left wing extremism. Grayson was drubbed after running what some
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Ryan budget plan relies on discredited supply side economics

Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., submitted a budget proposal known as the “Path to Prosperity” this week. It relies heavily on supply side economics that insist lower corporate taxes translate to more jobs and higher government revenues. Supply side economics were the principle behind the Bush tax cuts of 2001, which gave record profits to corporations
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Michelle Obama says being First Lady is hell, claims Bruni

Being a world leader is a high-pressure job, no doubt. President Obama discovered this when he stepped into the United States’ economic minefield, and he has the gray hair to prove it. That same pressure of misstep weighs heavily upon the shoulders of First Lady Michelle Obama, too. According to the London Daily Mail, a
Black chicken farmer with chicken coop battery cages in the 1950s.

U.S. Senate offers black farmers $1.15 billion settlement

CNN reports that the U.S. Senate has unanimously decided to pay a $1.15 billion settlement for black farmers. The settlement is for the 1997 court case Pigford v. Glickman, in which black farmers sued the U.S. Agriculture Department for racial discrimination in farm loan lending practices. Black farmers won Pigford v. Glickman in 1999 Since
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Michael Steele, RNC Chair | Republican cash spent on strip club?

Michael Steele, the head of the Republican National Committee, is continuing his high-flying, high-publicity controversy today with accusations of RNC money being spent on exotic dancers, private jets and gourmet catering. Just last month, Michael Steele faced accusations of over-spending the RNC budget on swank restaurants and private consultants. Today, Jonathan Strong of the Daily
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Controversy erupts over Arizona Immigration bill

The recently passed Arizona immigration measure, Arizona Senate Bill 1070, has ignited a firestorm of controversy.  Opposition from Latino members of Congress to the clergy have decried the bill as tantamount to making racial profiling not only legal, but de facto policy for Arizona police.  The state of Arizona is among the hardest taxed states