Monthly Archives: August 2012

On the News With Thom Hartmann: Texas Gov. Rick Perry Did It – Texas Executes Man Who Is Mentally Disabled, and More

Texas Governor Rick Perry did it – he executed a man who’s mentally disabled with a 61 IQ, despite the Supreme Court ruling a decade ago that executing the mentally disabled violated the 8th Amendments protection against cruel and unusual … Continue reading

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Healthcare-NOW! – How I Lost My Fear of Universal Health Care

The only concern I was left with was the fact that abortion was covered by the universal health care, and I still believed that was wrong. But as I lived there, I began to discover I had been misled in … Continue reading

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Matt Nye needles Needelman …

Letter: Clerk’s contract with company raises questions | FLORIDA TODAY | floridatoday.com Incumbent Mitch Needelman has repeatedly stonewalled public records requests to produce documents that reveal transactions between the clerk’s office and the family of companies called BlueGem, BlueWare and … Continue reading

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Local brothers fight for veterans facing deportation | koaa.com | Colorado Springs | Pueblo |

Despite their service to the country, they never knew to apply for their citizenship after they were discharged nearly 40 years ago. Their mother, the key witness in proving their citizenship, passed away years ago. via Local brothers fight for … Continue reading

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Dear employees – I demand action.

IRS Criticised Over Its Tax Refund Identity Fraud Detection Rate The IRS continues to allow multiple direct deposits to the same bank account. For example, the report identified numerous examples where criminals used a single physical address from which to … Continue reading

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Mike Ledford’s coerced confession … candles have wicks, not fuses

Arson science questioned in two convictions | Richmond Times-Dispatch “New scientific advancements over the past 10 years of modeling toxic gas generation, window breakage, and smoke alarm activation all provide further support for the conclusion that this was not an … Continue reading

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What a Single-Payer Health Insurance Plan Looks Like Part 1

… the cost of administering the existing Medicare system, the traditional fee-for-service Medicare, is 2 percent — that is, $0.98 out of every dollar that goes into Medicare goes out to pay for services, health care services. By contrast, the mandate … Continue reading

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