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    Standing with Minimum Wage Earners Act of 2006 (Introduced in Senate)

    Standing with Minimum Wage Earners Act of 2006 (Introduced in Senate) S 2725 IS 109th CONGRESS 2d Session S. 2725 To amend the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 to provide for an increase in the Federal minimum wage and to ensure that increases in the Federal minimum wage keep pace with any...
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    Bush Administration Media Collusion Memos Surface

    Monday, April 3, 2006 WASHINGTON — In a disturbing turn of events for an administration already plagued by sagging poll numbers and waning support for the Iraq war, Friday's revelation that the Bush Administration issued direct guidelines for programming to media outlets is troubling even...
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    Vote to impeach Bush

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    Bush Was Set on Path to War, Memo by British Adviser Says

    By DON VAN NATTA Jr. Published: March 27, 2006 LONDON — In the weeks before the United States-led invasion of Iraq, as the United States and Britain pressed for a second United Nations resolution condemning Iraq, President Bush's public ultimatum to Saddam Hussein was blunt: Disarm or face war...
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    A magic way to make billions

    By DONALD L. BARLETT, JAMES B. STEELE Monday, February 27, 2006; Posted: 12:17 p.m. EST (17:17 GMT) The wording is so bland and buried so deep within a 324-page budget document that almost no one would notice that a multibillion-dollar scam is going on. Not the members of Congress voting...
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    Anti-gay group plans to challenge new law against funeral protests

    ASSOCIATED PRESS 03/02/2006 ANDERSON, Mo. (AP) -- Members of a Kansas group known for their "God Hates Fags" placards say they'll picket the weekend funeral of a Missouri soldier, setting up the first direct challenge of a new state law. Army Pfc. Christopher L. Marion, killed last week by a...
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    What Bush Was Told About Iraq

    By Murray Waas, National Journal © National Journal Group Inc. Thursday, March 2, 2006 Two highly classified intelligence reports delivered directly to President Bush before the Iraq war cast doubt on key public assertions made by the president, Vice President Cheney, and other administration...
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    Appeals Court Denies Stay Of Legislative Prayer Ruling

    POSTED: 12:54 pm EST March 1, 2006 INDIANAPOLIS -- A federal appeals court is refusing to temporarily lift a judge's order banning prayers during Indiana House proceedings from mentioning Jesus Christ or endorsing any particular religion. The court denied a request by House Speaker Brian Bosma...
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    White House spin reaches science research

    By Peter N. Spotts, The Christian Science Monitor The next time NASA hunts for fuel for new rockets, it might consider harnessing the explosive mix of science and politics. Over recent weeks, federally funded scientists in and out of government have touched off small firestorms for publishing...
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    Judge candidate cited; accused of stealing opponent's sign

    February 28, 2006 MARYVILLE (AP) -- A Maryville police officer says he watched a candidate for Blount County General Sessions Court judge carrying a campaign belonging to an opponent. The officer's report says when attorney Robert Maynard Cohen saw the policeman watching him, he walked back...
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    Army to Pay Halliburton Disputed Costs

    The US Army has decided to reimburse Halliburton most costs incurred in a 2.4 billion dollar no-bid contract in Iraq despite challenges by auditors of more than 200 million dollars of the costs, officials confirmed Monday. The controversial contract to deliver fuel and repair oil facilities...
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    WORSE:: Using illegal election software or stealing the documents that prove it was?

    apparentally California thinks that stealing the documents is worse than illegally conducting an election ::WARNING:: MORE EVIDENCE OF THE RIGHT-WING AGENDA'S ILLEGAL ACTIVITY http://www.latimes.com/news/local/politics/socal/la-me-diebold22feb22,0,33600.story?coll=la-news-politics-local A...
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    Church Supports Suspect In Slaying

    By KEITH MORELLI kmorelli@tampatrib.com Published: Feb 25, 2006 TAMPA - Still reeling from the brutal slaying of his teenage son in December, Ron Tomlinson took another hit this week when he learned a church Web site was seeking donations to defend the man accused of killing him. "It angers...
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    Government trying to silence critics and scientists. What does freedom mean to you?

    In September, Laura Berg, a Veteran’s Administration nurse in Albuquerque wrote to a local paper, The Alibi, expressing outrage at the administration’s incompetent and inhumane handling of Katrina and Iraq. “Is this America the beautiful?” she asked. Evidently so, given that Berg’s letter...
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    Dp World Executive Nominated For Presitigous Us Govt Position

    Dubai, 24 January 2006: - Global ports operator DP World today welcomed news that one of its senior executives, Dave Sanborn, has been nominated by US President George W. Bush to serve as Maritime Administrator a key transportation appointment reporting directly to Norman Mineta the Secretary of...
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    Surprise !! Many churches illegally campainged during the 2004 elections

    Updated: 12:01 p.m. ET Feb. 24, 2006 WASHINGTON - IRS exams found nearly three out of four churches, charities and other civic groups suspected of having violated restraints on political activity in the 2004 election actually did so, the agency said Friday. read on...
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    Oh it gets worse

    Somehow in the melee it has gotten overlooked that that it is not 6 ports that the UAE would control but 8 and those last 2 are in fact military installations. Since a column raising an alarm about CFIUS’ decision appeared in this space last week, three new factors have come to light that...
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    Bush cabinet ties to UAE company that intends to take over our ports

    Bush's cronyism is rampant people. OPEN YOUR EYES! BY MICHAEL McAULIFF DAILY NEWS WASHINGTON BUREAU Breaking news update: Bush shrugs off objections to port deal WASHINGTON - The Dubai firm that won Bush administration backing to run six U.S. ports has at least two ties to the White House...
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    Why is nobody talking about this?

    For those of you who thought that W. cares about homeland security. The Bush administration has reached a new low in outsourcing. This is something that every American should know. WASHINGTON Feb 11, 2006 (AP)— A company in the United Arab Emirates is poised to take over significant operations...
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